M. F. Sciaccas’s Ontology and Philosophical Tradition

Marianne S. Koshkaryan

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/ths.1993.008


Michele Federico Sciacca (1908—1975) is little-known outside the Roman world. Meanwhile, he is the author of a comprehensive metaphysical system of a Platonic-Augustinian-Rosminian and, at the later stage, also of a Thomist, orientation. The reason for a seemingly insufficient interest to Sciacca’s philosophy in Italy may be that he has elaborated no particular histo- rico-philosophical methodology. Even his metaphysics, despite the renaissance of the metaphysical tendency among Italian philosophers, enjoys rather small popularity and is outweighted by the Padua school oriented towards the classical Aristotelean metaphysics and influenced by the Tubingen school (in the first place, by H.-J. Kramer ).


M. F. Sciaccas; ontology; philosophy

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