New Vico Studies 26:103-125 (2008)

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This paper deals first with the translations and the translators of the De Universi Juris Uno Principio et Fine Uno; second, with the four letters of Biagio Garofalo and Prince Eugene of Savoy; next with the exemplar “B E VIII M 9”; and finally with the apostils, with which Vico deleted, emended, corrected, added to, and marked in ink new variations of his thoughts in the exemplar “XIII B 62.”
Keywords History of Philosophy  Major Philosophers
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ISBN(s) 0733-9542
DOI 10.5840/newvico2008267
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