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Catholicism, which is always coherent, will not tolerate a Science, a History, an Ethic, in Aesthetic as Science of Expression and by Benedetto Croce 40 contradiction to its views and doctrines. The rationalists are less coherent. They are disposed to allow a little space in their souls for a religion which is in contradiction with their whole theoretic world. These affectations and religious susceptibilities of the rationalists of our times have their origin in the superstitious cult of the natural sciences.

If we are not mistaken, the difficulty is solved in a manner perfectly analogous to that in which is solved the Aesthetic as Science of Expression and by Benedetto Croce 37 problem of the relations between the expression and the concept, between Aesthetic and Logic. To will economically is to will an end; to will morally is to will the rational end. But whoever wills and acts morally, cannot but will and act usefully (economically). How could he will the rational, unless he willed it also as his particular end?

Peter is passing; it is raining to-day; I am sleepy; I want to read": these and an infinity of propositions of the same kind, are nothing but either a mere enclosing, in words the impression of the fact that Peter is passing, of the falling rain, of my organism inclining to sleep, and of my will directed to reading, or they are existential affirmation concerning those facts. They are expressions of the real or of the unreal, of historical or of pure imagination; they are certainly not definitions of universals.

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