Mamani (Della Rovere), Terenzio, Count

Mamani (della Rovere), Terenzio, Count a famous Italian philosopher, was born September 15, 1799, at Pesaro. He studied at Rome, but had to leave his country on account of his participation in the insurrection of 1831. He went to France, but returned to Italy in 1848. In 1857 he was professor of philosophy at Turin, and in 1860 he was made minister of public instruction. In 1870 he took up his abode at Rome, and published the philosophical journal, La Filosofia delle Scuole Italiane. Besides, he wrote, Rinnovamento della Filosofia Antica Italliana (Paris, 1834; 2d ed. Florence, 1836): — Dialoghi di Scienza Prima (Paris, 1846): — Confessioni d'un Metafisico (Florence, 1865, 2 volumes): — Psicologia di Kant (Rome, 1877): — La Religione dell' Avvenire (Milan, 1879): — Critica della Rivelazione (ibid. 1880): — Questioni Sociali (Rome, 1882). Mamiani died May 20, 1885. (B.P.)

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