Rosminians

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Rosminians:

see Rosmini-Serbati, AntonioRosmini-Serbati, Antonio
, 1797–1855, Italian theologian. Ordained a priest in 1821, he attempted to establish a philosophical system based on Roman Catholicism but incorporating modern political and social ideas.
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