Neo-Idealism

Neo-Idealism

 

a German artistic group of the 1860’s to 1880’s whose members included the painter H. von Marées, the sculptor A. von Hildebrand, and the aesthetician K. Fiedler. It also included several artists who were close to them intellectually and stylistically (for example, A. Feuerbach).

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This re-evaluation concerns especially Italy but also, at an intertextual level, the numerous foreign influences on Italian authors that occurred between the 19th and 20th centuries--from the revisitations of Classicism after the Risorgimento and under Fascism, to Neo-Idealism, post-war pessimism and existentialism.
Italian neo-Idealism culminated in Croce's and Gentile's works, but many other great Italian philosophers contributed to the birth of Italian Idealism - Rosmini, Gioberti, and Vico, for instance.
Furthermore, the main representatives of Italian neo-Idealism, that is to say Croce and Gentile, were affected by ideological-political factors: liberal in the case of the former and Fascist in the latter.
Italian philosophy in the first half of the 20th century thus suffered from the dominance of neo-Idealism, a closed-minded philosophy that was never hospitable to other philosophical currents.
In fact, before Italian neo-Idealism exploded, the main philosophical currents were positivism (with Roberto Ardigo, Aristide Gabelli, etc.) and liberal-catholic spiritualism (with Rosmini and Gioberti).
The paper then moves to a general summary of the concepts of realism and liberalism (idealism) in foreign affairs, including neo-realism and neo-liberalism (neo-idealism) in international relations.
The chapter then examines the neo-idealism of Benedetto Croce and Gentile as a neohumanism, "or a humanism fulfilled" (p.