Antonio Aliotta

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Antonio Aliotta (January 18, 1881 – February 1, 1964) was an Italian philosopher.

He was born in Palermo and studied philosophy at the University of Florence, graduating in 1903. His initial work was in experimental psychology. In 1912 he won the Paladin prize for his work, La reazione idealistica contro la scienza.[1] He became professor of theoretical philosophy at the University of Padua from 1913 to 1919, then served as a professor at the University of Naples until 1951.[2]

Aliotta died in Naples.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Poli, Roberto (1997). In itinere: European cities and the birth of modern scientific philosophy. Poznań studies in the philosophy of the sciences and the humanities 54. Rodopi. p. 197. ISBN 90-420-0201-8. 
  2. ^ Brown, Stuart C.; Collinson, Diané (1996). Robert Wilkinson, ed. Biographical dictionary of twentieth-century philosophers. World Reference Series. Taylor & Francis. p. 18. ISBN 0-415-06043-5.