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Carlo Cantoni (1840–1906)

Cantoni, Carlo (kän-tō’nē). An Italian philosopher; born in Grapello, Pavia, Nov. 1840; died in 1906. For years he expounded the Kantian philosophy, attaining fame with his ‘Lectures on the Human Understanding’; ‘Immanuel Kant’; ‘The Philosophical-Literary Faculty in its Relation to Scientific and National Education’; and ‘Elementary Course Philosophy.’