Costanzo Preve

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Preve in April 2010

Costanzo Preve (14 April 1943 – 23 November 2013) was an Italian philosopher and a political theoretician. He was born in Valenza. He is thought to be as one of the most important anti-capitalist European thinkers and a renowned expert in the history of Marxism. He was influenced by Fichte, Hegel, and Marx.

He was an atheist.[1] Preve died in Turin where he lived on 23 November 2013, aged 70.[2]

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