Summary: ''The Autobiography . . . as a general survey of Vico's ideas and of the divergences between his theory of society and those of his contemporaries. Especially interesting are Vico's comments on mathematical reasoning and on the difference between the mathematical and historical sciences. . . . The translators are to be congratulated upon an excellent performance of a task that was eminently worth doing.''-Journal of PhilosophyEdition/Copyright: 44
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