Freedom, Evil, God. The latest writings of Luigi Pareyson

Authors

  • Francesco Russo Pontificio Ateneo della Santa Croce

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17421/1121_2179_1996_05_01_Russo

Abstract

This article examines the last writings of Luigi Pareyson, in which he expounds his “ontology of freedom”. First the development of his tragic thought, and the meaning of his hermeneutic of Christianity, are analyzed; then his interpretation of the mystery of evil, in contrast with solutions which nullify or avoid it, is discussed. After explaining how Pareyson conceives the ambiguity of freedom in man, the author concentrates on the characteristics of God’s freedom and of His self-affirmation in eternity. The conclusion indicates the advantage of keeping the philosophy of being and the philosophy of freedom united.

Published

01-03-1996

How to Cite

Russo, Francesco. “Freedom, Evil, God. The Latest Writings of Luigi Pareyson”. Acta Philosophica 5, no. 1 (March 1, 1996): 77–94. Accessed July 13, 2024. https://www.actaphilosophica.it/article/view/4246.

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Section

Studies

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