Monthly Archives: February 2014

Sardinia: the “Greatest Poem” and its Maritime Face

Poetic geography and more than human humanism In my recent research I have introduced the ideas of poetic geography and “more than human” humanism as they emerge in the philosophy of Giambattista Vico. I have insisted on a new understanding … Continue reading

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Vico more than human humanism

 This essay considers how in Vico the alterity of nature plays an important role in the formation of humanity, as part of the complexity and interconnectivity of life, resisting acritical historicization and reduction to purely human paradigms. Unlike Machiavelli’s, Vico’s … Continue reading

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