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International Journal of Cosmetic Science     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 11)
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  • Numero 6.2 - Anime europee

    • Authors: Redazione
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12882
       
  • Introduzione

    • Authors: Gianni Trimarchi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12886
       
  • Introduction

    • Authors: Gianni Trimarchi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12887
       
  • Il sogno di Europa e il ratto di Zeus

    • Authors: Francesca Calabi
      Abstract: The aim of this paper is to give an account of the origin of the name “Europe” given to the continent and to narrate the myth of the girl so called abducted by Zeus. The myth of Europe that sees the derivation of the European population from the Phoenician people is close to that of Cadmus, Europe’s brother. The whole story makes continuous references to links between Phoenicia, Crete, and Boeotia, to the exchanges between Asia and Europe and to the intermingling of populations.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12888
       
  • Europa riconosciuta

    • Authors: Claudio Toscani
      Abstract: With Europa riconosciuta, a Mattia Verazi’s and Antonio Salieri’s «dramma per musica», was inaugurated on the 3rd August 1778 the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. The retelling of the myth of Europe, a symbol of the harmony of peoples and nations, has led to an opera that combined extraordinary spectacular effects with a dramaturgy based on strong contrasts, a rapid alternation of the scenes, short and varied musical forms. Europa riconosciuta was under the influence of Gluck’s reformed opera and followed the most recent orientations of the international musical theatre.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12889
       
  • L'Oriente e l'Europa

    • Authors: Giangiorgio Pasqualotto
      Abstract: What the East is and what Europe is are not acquired concepts of which one can give certain and unequivocal definitions. This applies both to the past and to the present. It applies both to culture in general and to philosophy in particular. As far as philosophy is concerned, it must be made clear once and for all that in both India and China there have been ways and types of thought which, although different from European ones, are equivalent to these.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12890
       
  • Europa perduta, Europa da ricostruire, Maria Zambrano

    • Authors: Laura Boella
      Abstract: Maria Zambrano is one of the thinkers who, together with Simone Weil and Hannah Arendt, gave a fundamental contribution in order to the understand the historical-political events that marked the European history of the 20th century. Zambrano’s thought appears to many scholars to be divided between a reflection on history and democracy and a "knowledge of the soul" oriented towards existential themes. The Spanish philosopher not only reflected on the idea of ​​Europe, but personally experienced the most dramatic events of Europe during the 20th century.  From the historical-political tragedy of the Europe of her time Zambrano derives the intuition of a redemption, which is not an individual salvation, but is the possibility of hope, of a new idea of ​​Europe, fruit of its deepest crisis. Zambrano's thought on Europe highlights the need, today stronger than ever, for an experience of history lived in the tension between its dramatic, violent, destructive aspects and the opening to dreams, delusions of grandeur and the need for truth. Zambrano is a philosopher of hope who teaches the importance of a tragic vision of history.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12891
       
  • Italo Calvino e l'epistemologia "continentale"

    • Authors: Silvana Borutti
      Abstract: Calvino’s posthumous collection of tales, The five senses, is analyzed with an emphasis on closeness to European epistemological and philosophical experiences. The little system of the short stories is related to Michel Serres book “Les cinq sens” (1985): We don’t know if Calvino read it, but the topics addressed in this essay, namely the complexity of sensitive experience and the epistemology of living beings, belong to a cultural environment familiar to Calvino.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12892
       
  • Durs Grünbein a Milano nel trentennale della caduta del Muro di
           Berlino

    • Authors: Rosalba Maletta
      Abstract: Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and three quarters of a century after the Ventotene Manifesto Durs Grünbein visits Milan, where he reads from his newest works and holds the very meaningful speech Mailand, der Bahnhof, die Freiheit dealing with freedom, responsibility and the ethics of literature. Starting from the presence of civil commitment in the works of the most distinguished contemporary German author, who experienced “die Mauer” and the consequences of the Iron Curtain, the present essay investigates how Grünbein’s poetry and essaystic production result in a source of inspiration for the civil society. Through the performative power of Grünbein’s words and rhetorical strategies the reader is confronted with an intellectual well aware of the problems of his time, whose poetry shows a bracing sense of political reality without neglecting formal aspects.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12893
       
  • L’Europa e la tricotomia critica kantiana

    • Authors: Fabio Minazzi
      Abstract: Kantian criticism re-inteprets the conflict between the "two cultures". Kant builds an architecture of thought within which knowledge and freedom are two sides of the same coin. Not only that: for Kant the keystone of this architecture is provided by hope. In the light of this indication for Kant, Europe is not a state reality, but a project of civilisation. A project to build the knowledge society by creating an ever-widening heritage of civil liberties.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12894
       
  • L'ombra dell'Europa

    • Authors: Fulvio Papi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12895
       
  • Bellezza del Manifesto di Ventotene

    • Authors: Sabrina Peron
      Abstract: In March 2019, a series of Aesthetic Conversations on "European Souls" was held at the Fondazione Corrente in Milan. This article is my report to one of the conversations dedicated to the birth of the idea of ​​a free and united Europe, in a small island of confinement, during one of the darkest and most dramatic pages in human history.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12896
       
  • Hillesum o dell'altruismo estremo

    • Authors: Sabrina Peron
      Abstract: In the Westerbork prison camp Etty Hillesum makes a choice of freedom based on irreducibility of the human being: an irreducibility from every act, fact, human or divine instance - and, even, to every more or less founded value, that is not the human being himself
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12897
       
  • Educazione europea. Romanzo di Romain Gary

    • Authors: Emilio Renzi
      Abstract: European education is a novel in which the Franco-Lithuanian writer Romain Gary (1914-1980) narrates the strenuous struggle of a handful of Polish partisans in Poland under the “Iron Heel” of the Wermacht, during the Second World War. Pages of tenderness among young people alternate with episodes of violence and cruelty, in a dry style. The aim of the partisans is the return to an education to the values on which Europe has grown freedom, rights, respect for persons, culture.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12898
       
  • Paul Ricoeur: una vita europea

    • Authors: Emilio Renzi
      Abstract: Europe has been a constant theme in the long life of Paul Ricoeur (1913-2005). His biography says that his father and himself were involved in the conflicts between France and Germany during the two World wars of the twentieth century. His philosophical research began with the teaching of Gabriel Marcel and Edmund Husserl, continued with the French spiritualists, Sigmund Freud and the English analytic philosophers. In accordance with his philosophy of the Self as another, his latest writings concern “migrant people” route to Europe.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12899
       
  • Free Europe

    • Authors: Gabriele Scaramuzza
      Abstract: Imre Kertész (Budapest 1929-2016), Hungarian Jewish, was deported to Auschwitz in 1944, and freed in Buchenwald in 1945. For him the concentration camp experience and the reflection on the Shoah were and remain fundamental also in the elaboration of a commitment in favor of Europe. Kertész was indeed very fond of a certain idea of Europe for which he engaged himself with writing his memoirs and his novels and with numerous public lectures. The idea of Europe was dear to him not only in the years of the lager, but also in the era of the so-called "real socialism" and until the end of his days, in which the survival of Europe was already at risk, not only in Hungary. To all these anti-democratic motions he responded with the joy of writing, which gives voice to the values and hopes that despite everything to him (and hopefully for us) remain alive.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12900
       
  • Appunti sull’idea di Europa

    • Authors: Giovanni Scirocco
      Abstract: The western civilization with Europe that it has built, is close to the end' Born in Greece with philosophy, when humans responsably wanted to loose a fantastic-mitological vision of reality and chose their lifestyle as something rational, Europe, nowadays, reminding its origins and conscious of its historical realizations, is still able to continue and have progress' According to which conditions'
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12901
       
  • Modelli di estetizzazione della politica in Europa

    • Authors: Gianni Trimarchi
      Abstract: Europe is a complex reality which cannot easily be defined given the fragmentation of the elements that compose it. Actually, the individual cultures have historically been constituted through relatively recent identity rites. In this article some moments of the formation of these identities are examined, relating to the melodrama during the French revolution on one side, and to the nineteenth-century "rites" of German nationalism, on the other. The paper then deals with the Nazism which made a wide use of the same kind of rituality and with some farcical developments in the contemporary Italy. These elements too are linked in various ways to German rituality. In all these cases the aesthetic dimension is eminent as an instrument of government. Its meaning should be deepened.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12902
       
  • Bachtin, Franzini e l'Europa

    • Authors: Gianni Trimarchi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12903
       
  • Nuova rubrica: Fogli sparsi di Fulvio Papi

    • Authors: Redazione
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12904
       
  • Destino e desiderio nel ritorno di Odisseo

    • Authors: Fulvio Papi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12905
       
  • Lo scrittore, l'altro Auschwitz

    • Authors: Fulvio Papi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12906
       
  • Sull'essere cristiani

    • Authors: Fulvio Papi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12907
       
  • Per una riflessione filosofica sul tema della nascita

    • Authors: Fulvio Papi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12908
       
  • Noterelle sul romanzo storico

    • Authors: Fulvio Papi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12909
       
  • Annotazioni sulla fenomenologia della tonalità nel pensiero di
           Giovanni Piana

    • Authors: Augusto Mazzoni
      Abstract: Giovanni Piana's phenomenology of music was directed against any conventionalist point of view about the musical experience. According to Piana, each compositional system depends on the phenomenological structure of sound that determines the musical perception. Tonal system is not prescribed by natural laws, however it is based on the essential difference between consonance and dissonance. So the perceptual meaning of a tonal piece is not founded on subjective (culturally acquired) habitudes, but on phenomenological data.
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12910
       
  • Riflessioni

    • Authors: Patrizia Pozzi
      Abstract: Raccolgo qui gli ultimi scritti inviatimi di Patrizia Pozzi; li mantengo nella forma con cui mi sono pervenuti: con le ripetizioni, la freschezza, la profondità e il tono affettivo che loro originariamente appartiene; e come ulteriore testimonianza di un’esistenza esemplare e per noi miracolosa, di una vita che non soccombe, e sa continuarsi fino al limite estremo delle proprie possibilità. Sullo sfondo vanno tenuti presenti, per un primo approccio alla figura dell’autrice, i materiali riuniti sotto il titolo Non considero quello che non ho, ma quello che ho. La SLA e la tenace scrittura di Patrizia Pozzi, apparso su «Odissea» il 18 giugno 2019 (https://libertariam.blogspot.com/2019/06/non-considero-quello-che-non-ho-ma.html). [G. S.]
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12911
       
  • Costellazioni utopiche

    • Authors: Nicolò Cangini
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12912
       
  • Violin in action

    • Authors: Kristina Mirkovic
      Abstract: Nella Scuola di Milano è sempre stata viva l’attenzione per la musica: basti pensare al lavoro Luigi Rognoni e, in tempi a noi più vicini più, agli originali studi di musicologia fenomenologica di Giovanni Piana. Antonio Banfi (che accanto a Piero Martinetti della Scuola di Milano è il capostipite) ha dedicato appunti squisitamente fenomenologici, e tuttora stimolanti, al problema dell’esecuzione musicale; tema che è visto nella sua complessità, e nei molteplici momenti tra loro relazionati che lo compongono. Tra questi fondamentale è il rapporto con la partitura, con la “materialità” sonora, con lo strumento, e con l’insegnamento di esso, cui il testo di Kristina Mirkovic qui presentato è dedicato. Problemi estetico-teorici sono evidenti nell’intreccio tra razionalismo e pragmatismo sullo sfondo delle teorie didattiche considerate, nel rapporto tra tradizione orale e musica scritta nell’insegnamento; sullo sfondo sta appunto il problema della partitura. Violin in action, pubblicato dalla "Dantone Edizioni e Musica - Distribuzione Volontè & Co” è un eccezionale esempio della interazione multidisciplinare fra studi filosofici, perfezionamento strumentale e carriera concertistica. Per un suo inquadramento lasciamo a Kristina Mirkovic la parola. [G. S.]
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12913
       
  • Notare la voce. Kurtág a Milano

    • Authors: Pier Alberto Porceddu Cilione
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12914
       
  • Recensione a La strana morte dell'Europa

    • Authors: Pier Alberto Porceddu Cilione
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12915
       
  • Recensione a The Reception of Husserlian Phenomenology in North America

    • Authors: Dario Sacchi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12916
       
  • Recensione a Sulla scuola di Milano

    • Authors: Gianni Trimarchi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12917
       
  • Recensione a L'uomo Gesù e le radici dell'etica laica

    • Authors: Gianni Trimarchi
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12918
       
  • Recensione a L'incendio di Roccabruna

    • Authors: Claudio Zanini
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2020-01-23
      DOI: 10.13130/mde.vi6.2.12919
       
 
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