Liberty and History in the Thought of Benedetto Croce
The conference explored the thought of Benedetto Croce (1866–1952), one of the most prominent Italian intellectuals of the twentieth century. Conferees examined the nature and limits of his liberalism within the context of his writings on history, aesthetics, politics, and ethics. The conference was timed to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Croce's birth.
Croce, Benedetto, “Liberismo e liberalismo” In Liberismo e liberalismo, Milan and Naples: Riccardo Ricciardi Editore, 1957. Page(s): 11-15.
Croce, Benedetto, “Ancora di liberalismo, liberismo e statalismo” In Liberismo e liberalismo, Milan and Naples: Riccardo Ricciardi Editore, 1957. Page(s): 101-107.
Croce, Benedetto. Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic. London: Forgotten Books, 2015.
Croce, Benedetto. History of Europe in the Nineteenth Century. London: Ulan Press, 2012.
Croce, Benedetto. Etica e Politica. Milan: Adelphi edizioni, 1994.
Croce, Benedetto. “The Manifesto of the Anti-Fascist Intellectuals.” Manifesto Portal. http://manifestoindex.blogspot.it/2011/04/manifesto-of-anti-fascist-intellectuals.html (July 9, 2015).
Croce, Benedetto. History as the Story of Liberty. Translated by Sylvia Sprigge. Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2000.
Croce, Benedetto. My Philosophy and Other Essays on the Moral and Political Problems of Our Time. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1949.
Croce, Benedetto and Salvatore J. Castiglione. Politics and Morals. New York: Philosophical Library Inc, 1945.