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Rome, 14/02/2019. Today, the Fondazione Primoli (1.) presented a public conference called "La Crisi dell'Europa" (The Crisis of Europe, 2.) hosted by Professor Massimo Cacciari (Italian Philosopher, politician and author; Professor Emeritus of Aesthetics at the University of Venice; in 2002 he founded the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vita-Salute San Raffaele in Milan; from 1976 to 1983 he was member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Parliament for the Italian Communist Party, PCI; he was Mayor of Venice from 1993 to 2000 and from 2005 to 2010, "Cacciari has founded several philosophical reviews and published essays centered on the 'negative thought' inspired by authors like Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger and Ludwig Wittgenstein", Source Wikipedia.org, 3. 4. 5.). Chair of the event was Professor Roberto Antonelli (Italian Philologist and Italianist, Professor Emeritus of Romance Philology and Linguistic at La Sapienza, University of Rome; former Professor at the University of L'Aquila; President of the Società filologica romana – Roman philological society; author, 6. 7.).<br />
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Footnotes & Links:<br />
1. https://www.fondazioneprimoli.it/<br />
2. https://bit.ly/2S7JZHb (Event)<br />
3. https://bit.ly/2X7QAoN (Wikipedia ENG)<br />
4. https://bit.ly/2V4EQSp (Wikipedia ITA)<br />
5. https://bit.ly/2V1U0rC (Treccani ITA)<br />
6. https://bit.ly/2BEo31f (CV ENG)<br />
7. https://bit.ly/2X7RdyF (Wikipedia ITA) <br />
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Video of the event: https://youtu.be/zxOuu6IHMmc
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Rome, 14/02/2019. Today, the Fondazione Primoli (1.) presented a public conference called "La Crisi dell'Europa" (The Crisis of Europe, 2.) hosted by Professor Massimo Cacciari (Italian Philosopher, politician and author; Professor Emeritus of Aesthetics at the University of Venice; in 2002 he founded the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vita-Salute San Raffaele in Milan; from 1976 to 1983 he was member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Parliament for the...
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