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The Seriousness of Fight And Work: A Dialogue With Maurizio Landini

Num°18 SERIOUSNESS
Fiom_simboloFIOM_sfondoROSSO

A short conversation with Maurizio Landini about workers’ struggles and their seriousness Leggi tutto »

 
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Numero 18 SERIOUSNESS December, 2016 - Autore:

 

In Place of Sacrifice: The Scandal of Grace

Num°17 GRACE
Mancini

This essay intends to develop the essential relation between grace and mercy in opposition to sacrificial logics. Whereas philosophy acknowledges its specific vocation to critical inquiry in particular regarding the meaning of the human experience of the gift as a form of relationship, mercy has instead been overshadowed not only in Western thought, but also in the traditional hermeneutics of the evangelic texts. Leggi tutto »

 
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Corporate Speech in Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission

Num°16 AGENCY
CitizensUnited

This essay identifies two arguments in the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2010 ruling in Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission, a direct argument in Justice Kennedy’s opinion, and an indirect argument in Justice Scalia’s concurring opinion, for applying the First Amendment to corporate speech. Leggi tutto »

 
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Philosophical Assumptions and Program Evaluation

Num°13 EVALUATION
Community

The transdisciplinary nature of evaluation allows its application in diverse contexts, with diverse stakeholder groups, to address diverse social problems, through the use of diverse methodologies. Leggi tutto »

 
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Evaluation as a Socio-Political Intervention

Num°13 EVALUATION
Status-Quo

The logic of evaluation is presented and examined, resulting in the claim that evaluation (of public policies and programs) itself is an intervention in the public sphere. Evaluation accomplishes this primarily via the advancement of selected stakeholder interests and values, Leggi tutto »

 
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A Rousseauian Economist’s Brief Reflection on Evaluation

Num°13 EVALUATION
Rousseau

The essay highlights the close connection that is in place between a specific mode of evaluation and a specific economic approach, namely the neo-classic or marginalist approach; Leggi tutto »

 
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Questa inconstante dea: Machiavelli’s amoral Fortuna

Num°12 LUCK
MachiavelliENG

Machiavelli often portrays fortuna as an inconstant, amoral power that gives or takes benefits regardless of its beneficiaries’ or victims’ merits. Yet though fortune appears omnipotent, he also insists that human beings have a power of their own – virtú – that can reduce its impact. Leggi tutto »

 
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How Much Fortune? Machiavelli and the Dilemma of Contingency

Num°12 LUCK
Machiavelli

The register of political actions situates itself, for Machiavelli, in the relation between virtue and fortune. Fortune is that which escapes, it is the configuration given in a specific moment to the conflict that devastates the political space, namely the conflict between the many, who do not want to be dominated, and the great, who want to dominate. Leggi tutto »

 
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Luck and Institutions: A Defense of Institutional Luck Egalitarianism

Num°12 LUCK
TAN

Luck egalitarianism is a picture of distributive equality which holds that a just distributive allocation of the goods or resources (that we take to matter) must reflect the choices of people and not their bad or good luck. Leggi tutto »

 
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