17-18 January 2013 @Cortona, Palazzone della Scuola Normale Superiore Working on Scholarly Content: A Semantic Vision Francesca Di Donato SNS - ERC firstname.lastname@example.org This presentation is released under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported
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Vision “This is the background of the pessimism of the intellect and optimism of the will, of which is gladly talked about in the Italian left, taken from Gramsci, who gave to this formula the greatest resonance. Let me then make a last philological digression, just on this formula. No one, as far as I know, knows the story. It is well known that Gramsci borrowed the formula by Romain Rolland. Rolland in turn - and this was not noticed until now - could not have read it except that in a few pages of his old friend Malwida von Meysenbug. In these pages, now in the twilight of her life (1898), Malwida said: "In Sorrento [where Nietzsche spent with her and other friends the winter of 1876-1877] we had a rich and excellent selection of books, but the most beautiful thing in all that variety was a manuscript in which a disciple of Nietzsche had taken notes from lectures on Greek civilization held by Jacob Burckhardt at the University of Basel". Nietzsche there commented them orally for us ... I was particularly enthusiastic about Burckhardts definition of the essence of greek people: pessimistic worldview and optimism of temperament”M. Montinari, Su Nietzsche, Editori Riuniti, 1981.See also P. D’Iorio, Le voyage de Nietzsche à Sorrente. La Genèse de la philosophie de l’esprit libre, CNRSÉditions, 2012, p. 74.
So concludes Montinari: "With the consideration of this apparentlyparadoxical intellectual lineage that from Jacob Buckhardt,through the mediation of Nietzsche, and through Malwida vonMeysenbug and then Romain Rolland, comes to Gramsci I wouldlike to close this attempt to discuss Lukacss reading ofNietzsche."Notebook 1, § 63. Lorianismo eGraziadei."Pessimismo dellintelligenza,ottimismo della volontà".
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