Bandiere blu per tutelare meglio il territorio e i viventi, di Domenico Panetta
Bassani, con Croce attraverso l’America, di Rosalia Peluso
Abstract: The essay was inspired by the publication of the book Lezioni americane di Giorgio Bassani, edited by Valerio Cappozzo, and focuses in particular on two aspects: the strong heritage of Benedetto Croce in Bassani (anti-fascism and the interpretation of reality as spirit); the relationship – with the help of Wim Wenders – between the so-called “European and Italian province” and the “American dream”.
Il “problema Croce” e il vizio aristocratico: intervista a Fabio Vander, di Francesco Postorino
Abstract: Fabio Vander recognizes the founding of the «relative» in Croce at the expense of Heidegger’s ontology and welcomes the idea that liberalism is inherently revolutionary. But he acknowledges the «Croce problem» − the aristocratic habit – and extends it to the whole tradition of the pre-fascist liberalism.
La libertà come filosofia di vita: intervista a Corrado Ocone, di Francesco Postorino
Abstract: Croce’s philosophical view, according to Corrado Ocone, is a thoughtful tribute to human creativity and freedom. In his opinion, it deals with a «philosophy of life» higher than both the Communist approach and the Liberal doctrine, and should be read carefully in a relation of fruitful tension with Oakeshott, Popper, Hayek, Berlin and Collingwood’s theories.
Croce in Russia: intervista a Rosalia Peluso, di Francesco Postorino
Abstract: According to Rosalia Peluso, the debate of crocean studies today is the comparison with different points of view. At a recent conference about Croce, occurred in Russia, the Italian scholar underlined that the new post-Soviet conditions have favoured an interesting penetration of this philosopher in the country. But Russian culture has yet to face Marxism. The liberal pages written and lived by Croce can be of great help.
Abstract: This is the text of the relation read at the Congress intitled Benedetto Croce, il liberalismo, il metodo on Monday 23th of May at Luigi Einaudi Foundation in Rome. The author illustrates two books written by Ernesto Paolozzi about these important themes.
Indossando un cappello da cowboy: viaggio nelle apocalissi di Volodine, di Sebastiano Triulzi
Abstract: This paper is an attempt to enter inside the narrative system of the French writer Antoine Volodine. Through an interview with Volodine and through a critical analysis of his fiction, few key points are face off: the apocaliptic setting, the main characters prisoners, the “umorism of disaster”, the controversial literary movement called “post-exoticism” and his four or five heteronyms.
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“Hablo por mi diferencia”. Pedro Lemebel e il suo manifesto umano e politico, di Beatrice Borgato
Abstract: This brief article introduces the life of the Chilean writer Pedro Lemebel, who died in Santiago on January the 23rd of 2015 and is still view as one of the most original and critical voices on the national cultural scene. The focus is here on one of his first text, the Manifesto, now considered the author political testament which is translated for the first time into Italian.
“L’inondazione” di Adrián N. Bravi, di Claudio Morandini
“L’angelo esposto” di Ade Zeno, di Claudio Morandini
“Né in cielo né in terra” di Paolo Morelli, di Fabrizio Scrivano
Parole per il Terzo Millennio
La morte di Dio e la fine della democrazia, di Francesco Postorino