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Italian Epistemology at the End of the XIXth century

Abstract : At the beginning of the xxth century the high rate of analphabetism and the recent unification of the country, achieved only in 1870, had required a vast program of school and university reforms which were accompanied by a debate on two fundamental questions: whether the university should depend on public funds or become autonomous, and whether the curriculum should be specialized or remain general as in the modern era. The 1859 Casati reform had separated the faculty for literature and philosophy from the faculty for mathematical, physical and natural sciences, thus introducing for the first time specialized curricula.
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Paola Cantu. Italian Epistemology at the End of the XIXth century. Perspectives (Réseau français des instituts d'études avancées), RFIEA, 2012, pp.3. ⟨halshs-00749842⟩

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