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30 Set 2021 16:00

Crisis Memory and Oblivion in Machiavelli and Bruno

Aula Tesa1 CFZ

Giulio Gisondi
Istituto Italiano di Studi Filosofici

This talk presents a research project that aim at analyzing the theorization of the concepts
of crisis, memory and oblivion in Niccolò Machiavelli’s and in Giordano Bruno’s works. Crisis
constitutes a chronic factor of modernity and of the contemporary European civilization related
to the experiences of historical times and to the organization of the political space. Exercising
memory in response to a crisis means recomposing the individual and the collective history by
understanding removed contents in order to reshape the present and the future. Machiavelli’s
and Bruno’s philosophies offer us theoretical tools to understand and address the chronic crises
that still affect Europe today and rethink our idea of modernity.

Organizers:
Rodolfo Garau, RTD-a, Ca’ Foscari University
of Venice, Department of Philosophy and
Cultural Heritage
Pietro Daniel Omodeo, Ca’ Foscari
University of Venice, Department of
Philosophy and Cultural Heritage
 

A registration is required. Access requires a
valid covid19 Green Pass Certificate.

For informations and registration,
please contact
Rodolfo Garau
rodolfo.garau@unive.it

Lingua

L'evento si terrà in inglese

Organizzatore

Dipartimento di Filosofia e Beni Culturali, in collaborazione con ERC European Reasearch Council, FARE Framework per l'Attrazione e il Rafforzamento delle Eccellenze per la ricerca in Italia

Link

https://www.unive.it/pag/35129

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