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TRANSLATED BY DOUGLAS AINSLIE
PHILOSOPHY OF THE PRACTICAL ECONOMIC AND ETHIC
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"By far the most stimulating book on ethics since Kant."-Manchester Guardian.
WHAT IS LIVING AND WHAT IS DEAD OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF HEGEL
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LOGIC AS THE SCIENCE OF THE
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"Mr. Ainslie here continues, with unabated ardour, his excellent work as a translator of the chief books of Benedetto Croce. He has surmounted the difficulties undoubtedly offered by Logic as the Science of the Pure Concept' with his accustomed skill. That the book represents an important contribution to philosophic discussion none can doubt who reads."-Cambridge Review.
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JOHN OF DAMASCUS
SONG OF THE STEWARTS
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SHAKESPEARE, ARIOSTO AND
Three Essays, translated by DOUGLAS AINSLIE.
In these three Essays will be found exemplified the truth of the principles of criticism as set forth in Croce's "Esthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic." The Author wishes it to be known that he has purposely selected three poets so widely differing from one another, with the object of demonstrating that his principles of criticism can be applied to poetical work of any sort in any language.
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