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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