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Per una psicologia della storia. Brentano, lettore di Comte, e la teoria delle quattro fasi della filosofia

digital Per una psicologia della storia. Brentano, lettore
di Comte, e la teoria delle quattro fasi della filosofia
Articolo
rivista RIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEO-SCOLASTICA
fascicolo RIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEO-SCOLASTICA - 2019 - 4. Franz Brentano The Origin and Originality of his Thought and School
titolo Per una psicologia della storia. Brentano, lettore di Comte, e la teoria delle quattro fasi della filosofia
For a Psychology of History. Brentano, Reader of Comte, and the Four Phases of Philosophy’s Theory
autore
editore Vita e Pensiero
formato Articolo | Pdf
online da 02-2020
doi 10.26350/001050_000152
issn 00356247 (stampa) | 18277926 (digitale)
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«The four phases of philosophy and its current state» has been generally considered as one of the most original theories of Franz Brentano and, concomitantly, as one of the most deeply rooted in the spirit of the time. It is well-known that in this respect Brentano owes a debt to Auguste Comte’s leading idea of a scientific development that allows a general reassessment of the history of philosophy, although Brentano’s view opts for scheme of repeated cycles through a movement of ascending and declining phases. By complementing the historiographical approaches that have been largely developed by recent literature (D. Fisette, D. Münch, R. Schmit), we would like to sketch a theoretical reconsideration of the Brentanian «four phases of philosophy». A theoretical reconsideration that interprets Brentano’s theory from a psychological standpoint as an alternative to other dominant interpretations (Mayer-Hillebrand, Mezei and Smith): the declining phases of philosophy should thus, more precisely, be understood as the improper representations of what philosophy, psychologically grounded, properly is.

keywords

Franz Brentano, Auguste Comte, History and Philosophy of History, Psychology

Biografia dell'autore

Centro de Filosofia, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal. Email: emanuele.mariani@campus.ul.pt