The «Rassegna Nazionale» was a cultural magazine printed in Florence between 1879 and 1915. Expression of liberal Catholic movement, it was widespread and prestigious. However the magazine pursued minority views than the rest of the Catholic world dominated by «intransigent» group. It has been studied mainly on the political, literary and religious sides, while it remained largely inedited the pedagogical ones. Despite the historiography gap, the magazine studied in depth educational and school issues. The most important representatives of Italian Catholic pedagogy co-operated with the magazine, in particular the heirs of the moderate Tuscan group and the disciples of Rosmini. There were many articles published about the purpose and means of education, moral philosophy, freedom of education, school system, teaching and others. This article aims to highlight the «Rassegna Nazionale»’s educational and school views, which appear particularly relevant to outline the history, still little studied, of the Italian spiritualist pedagogy during «the age of positivism».
|Titolo:||Pedagogia e scuola nella "Rassegna Nazionale" (1879-1915)|
MARRONE, ANDREA (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Tipologia:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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|A. Marrone, Pedagogia e scuola nella Rassegna Nazionale (1879-1915), in History of Education and Children’s literature, VIII, n. 2, 2013, pp. 221-238;.pdf||Articolo||versione editoriale||Open Access Visualizza/Apri|