Guido Calogero e la filosofia del linguaggio

In this contribution I would like to focus on an important chapter in twentieth-century philosophical-linguistic studies that relates to Guido Calogero, a key figure in the historicist tradition and for his role in the so-called Roman school of philosophy of language. Often cited and taken up in the writings of Tullio De Mauro, who develops from his thought the historical-theoretical method, the focus on the theme of meaning and understanding and the vocation for openness in Italian philosophy.