Giovanni gentile born may 30 1875 castelvetrano italy died april 15 1944 florence major figure in italian idealist philosophy politician educator and editor sometimes called the philosopher of fascism his actual idealism shows the strong influence of gwf hegel. If roberto michels provided the empirical and social science arguments in support of fascism giovanni gentile articulated its specifically philosophical and ethical rationale giovanni gentile argued that the concept of the individual existing in liberty anterior or exterior to a law governed society could only be a fiction. Giovanni gentile the philosopher of fascism gregor a j 1968 pp 137 139 contemporary radical ideologies totalitarian thought in the twentieth century new york random house
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