Stefan Zweig: Amerigo, the story of a historical error
In this way Stefan Zweig closes his essay on the story of the attribution of the name "America" ​​to the new continent ...
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Aldous Huxley: The New World and Back to the New World
Aldous Huxley was born in 1894 in Godalming, Surrey in England and died in Los Angeles in the 1963. The new world is ...
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Francois Rabelais: Gargantua and Pantagruele
He knows Greek and Latin and in 1525, when the Sorbonne forbids the study of Greek to prevent them from being ...
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Claudio Rendina: The popes, history and secrets
I read the first volume of the history of the papacy, from St. Peter's (30-67 AD) to Gregory IX (1227-1241 AD) and I must say ...
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Lao Petrilli - Vincenzo Sinapi: UFOs, Italian dossiers
The work - underlines the author - was carried out according to journalistic fees and without looking for imaginative conclusions ....
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Norbert Wiener: Introduction to cybernetics
In fact, Turing referred to him as one of the main proponents of information science and ...
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Giuseppe Flavio: Jewish Antiquities
A historian of our day perhaps would not approve of this behavior but, one could say, the end justifies the ...
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Norberto Bobbio: Democracy and Secret
The 23 November 1980 Norberto Bobbio published an article in the press in which he explained what democracy was, ...
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Norberto Bobbio: Elements of politics
One of the greatest scholars of the field in Italy was Norberto Bobbio, professor of Philosophy of Law and of ...
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Andrew Hodges: Alan Turing, story of an enigma
Brilliant how erratic, Turing started from mathematics to get to studies on the development of the embryo, without ...
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Publio Flavio Vegezio: The art of the Roman war
The "manual" wants to provide the reader, the emperor and his generals in particular, the tactical and strategic schemes ...
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Eugen Drewermann: Giordano Bruno
So, a little 'deceived by the title, I informed the author to understand how the novel could be ...
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James George Frazer: The golden branch
I have read the reduced version to a single volume, published by Newton Compton in the 2009 (third edition), but the first ...
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Jared Diamond: Weapons, steel and diseases
Like any good self-respecting omnivorous reader, I have just come across (thanks to my friend Giuseppe!) In a book of ...
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Review of the essay "Geo-economics and economic warfare in contemporary French strategic thought"
Giuseppe Gagliano Ed. Fuoco pag. 400 The monumental new essay by Prof. Giuseppe Gagliano, president of the Center ...
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George Orwell: 1984
The main character, Winston Smith, is a man crushed by the weight of a society governed by hatred and ...
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Michela Fontana: Matteo Ricci, a Jesuit at the Ming court
The book tells the story of a man who, thanks to his talents, succeeded in reaching the heart of the kingdom ...
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Gianni Granzotto: Charlemagne
Because? Because Charlemagne has changed the world at the time and without him our present would certainly be very ...
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Carl von Clausewitz: Of War
Clausewitz born the 1 ° June 1780 and joins the great family of the military at only twelve years, in ...
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