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CROCE ET LONGHI,
 DES PRINCIPES AUX ŒUVRES


Gilles A. Tiberghien

 

 

During the early 20th-century, Benedetto Croce was a model for many young intellectuals in Italy; this was also the case for Roberto Longhi, who could not help questioning one aspect of Croce's theory, the equality of nature between all arts. This article reassesses the long intellectual relationship between the two scholars, and shows its richness and complexity.