In Favor of the Right to Holidays


In 1869, the twenty-six year old Hermann Cohen held a lecture on the Jewish Sabbath and, more specifically, on its social significance. Cohen showed the enduring value (which cannot be considered as overcome) of the commandment regarding the observance of the Shabbat. Despite its unilateralism and limitations, this youthful work by Cohen appears to be absolutely timely today within a context where the social value of a day of rest equal for all workers is increasingly challenged to the point of being regarded as obsolete. Leggi tutto »

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Numero 15 FESTIVAL II October, 2015 - Autore:


Anthropological Emergency, Educational Emergency


The open letter published in 2011 on Avvenire by Pietro Barcellona, Paolo Sorbi, Mario Tronti e Giuseppe Vacca invites to a “new alliance” between believers and non-believers in order to face what the four authors name an “anthropological emergency,” that is, a situation characterized by the technical possibility of wide manipulations of human life and the commodification of human life itself within an uncontrolled globalization. Leggi tutto »

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Numero 10 EDUCATION February, 2014 - Autore:


Modesty, Nakedness and Dualism

Num°05 SHAME

The Italian word “pudore” means both a feeling of shame and the virtue of modesty. The concept of modesty as a true virtue is now compromised by the overcoming of the traditional dualistic conception of the human being. Leggi tutto »

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