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Is the Holiday Over?


Holidays are interruptions of ordinary time and life for the purpose of celebrating the sense, or a sense, of life itself. Holidays, which in their original sense are religious, consist of two forms, namely the sacred and the holy. Only in the form of the holy do holidays fulfill their overall purpose, which is that of giving meaning to the totality of human experience. Leggi tutto »

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Numero 14 FESTIVAL I August, 2015 - Autore:


Reality and Freedom


The true philosophical problem does not concern the choice between realism and antirealism. It rather concerns the problem of sense, that is, of the origin of reality, its end, and relation with human beings. Experiences of sense are to be found in art, ethics, and religion. The philosophical question stems from feeling that the world, as it is or at least as it appears, is not as it ought to be. Philosophy is the attempt to explain this difference and to overcome the tension entailed in it. This can happen only within an ontology of freedom, which explains both the differentiation of being with respect to its origin and the request of being that ought to be. Three levels of reality are then in order: the original principle as pure and absolute freedom, what is there, and what ought to be. Each of them needs a different kind of knowledge.

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