ON ETRUSCAN LANGUAGE

by Massimo Pittau. In the last 70 years, in Italy, with regard to Etruscan language, several and authentic linguistic “obviousnesses” have been ignored, neglected and contradicted. Namely, some very simple and even obvious procedures and methods, that are… Read More

On Philosophy: What Kind of Realism?

by Michele Marsonet. To what extent are we entitled to draw a border line between ontology and epistemology? To many contemporary thinkers a positive answer to this question looks attractive, mainly because it reflects convictions deeply entrenched in… Read More

Common sense and science

by Michele Marsonet. 1. Are there two images of man in the world?           It has often been said in the context of contemporary philosophy that the scientific world-view is fated to replace the view of the world… Read More