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Horst Steinke

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appear separately from each other, since the one must be retrieved from the

modifications of the other one)» (Id.,

Un assioma della

Scienza nuova, cit., p.

115). Thus, Otto, also, subsumes “philosophy” and “philology” into one

«world», considered in contrast to the actual social and political reality, but

also dialectically.

162

W. H. Walsh,

The Logical Status of Vico’s Ideal Eternal History

, cit., p. 143.

163

Ibid.

, p. 151.

164

D. R. Kelley,

Vico’s Road

, cit., p. 20.