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Lo spirito del garantismo. Montesquieu e il potere di punire
Author: Dario Ippolito
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ISBN: 8868434512
Pages: 111
Year: 2016
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Rivoluzione fra mito e costituzione
Author: Giuseppe Allegri, Andrea Longo
Publisher: Sapienza Università Editrice
ISBN: 8893770490
Pages: 340
Year: 2018-03-01
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La nostra indagine, attraverso la sensibilità di studiosi di diversa formazione, prova a dar conto dell’importanza, nonché delle molteplici ambiguità, del mito rivoluzionario, della sua valenza storica e, al tempo stesso, della sua ambizione a trascendere la “Storia”. Un’irriducibile tensione tra continuità e discontinuità, conservazione e rottura, ordine e disordine, “vecchio” e “nuovo”, innovazione e reazione, che si riflette nella duplicità degli strumenti scelti per osservarla: quelli costituzionalistici e quelli storicistici. L’intento del volume è anche quello di far dialogare nuovamente, in una tensione intergenerazionale, giuristi – in particolar modo giuspubblicisti e costituzionalisti – con studiose e studiosi della storia del pensiero e delle istituzioni politiche dell’età moderna e contemporanea, nella comprensione delle trasformazioni economiche, sociali e istituzionali avvenute tra il XVIII e l’inizio di questo XXI secolo, a oltre due secoli dalla restaurazione europea del 1815 e a un secolo esatto dal 1917 della rivoluzione bolscevica. Giuseppe Allegri, dottore di ricerca in Teoria dello Stato e istituzioni politiche comparate, Scienze politiche di Sapienza Università di Roma. È autore di studi, saggi, ricerche e volumi, tra i quali La transizione alla Quinta Repubblica, quindi La furia dei cervelli e Il quinto stato (con Roberto Ciccarelli), Sogno europeo o incubo? (con Giuseppe Bronzini). Andrea Longo, professore associato di Diritto costituzionale, insegna Diritto parlamentare presso la facoltà di Giurisprudenza di Sapienza Università di Roma. È autore di studi, saggi, ricerche e volumi, a partire da: Tempo Interpretazione Costituzione e I valori costituzionali come categoria dogmatica.
La disuguaglianza fa bene
Author: Nicola Porro
Publisher: La Nave di Teseo Editore spa
ISBN: 8893440970
Pages: 320
Year: 2016-09-15T00:00:00+02:00
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L’economia è come il calcio: tutti ne parlano, molti ripetono meccanicamente le idee di altri, pochi sanno descriverne davvero i meccanismi. Nicola Porro ci mette in guardia dai rischi di un pensiero unico che non accetta voci fuori dal coro riscoprendo gli insegnamenti dei più importanti pensatori liberali, molti dei quali oggi ingiustamente trascurati. Parliamo di economisti, filosofi, statisti, persino romanzieri best seller, che nelle loro opere hanno spiegato, e in certi casi previsto, fenomeni con cui abbiamo a che fare quotidianamente. Le tasse e l’istruzione, il falso mito dell’uguaglianza e le profezie apocalittiche degli ambientalisti: in questo libro l’economia torna una disciplina che ci riguarda molto da vicino grazie ai grandi uomini che l’hanno raccontata. Da Thomas Jefferson a Vilfredo Pareto, dalla scuola austriaca di Mises e Hayek agli eroi nazionali Ricossa e Martino, da Houellebecq a Piketty, Nicola Porro ci conduce con linguaggio semplice, tono ironico e una punta di veleno politico, in un viaggio dentro l’attualità, che è anche un viaggio parallelo alla riscoperta dei nomi dimenticati di quella cultura liberale che ha contribuito in modo decisivo a creare l’impalcatura del nostro paese, e dell’Europa che oggi mettiamo maldestramente in discussione.
The Acquisition of Africa (1870-1914)
Author: Mieke van der Linden
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004321195
Pages: 364
Year: 2016-10-10
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In the ‘Scramble for Africa’ during the Age of New Imperialism (1870-1914), European States and non-State actors mainly used treaties to acquire territory. The question is raised whether Europeans did or did not on a systematic scale breach these treaties in their expansion of empire.
Sicilian Uncles
Author: Leonardo Sciascia
Publisher: Granta Books
ISBN: 178378024X
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Year: 2014-01-02
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The expression 'Sicilian uncle' has the same sense in Italian as 'Dutch uncle' does in English, but with sinister overtones of betrayal and inconstancy. The four novellas in Sicilian Uncles, originally published in 1958, are political thrillers of a kind - the first fruits of Sciascia's maturity. In these stories, illusions about ideology and history are lost in mirth, suffering and abandoned innocence. Each novella has its historical moment: the Allied invasion of Sicily, the Spanish Civil War, the death of Stalin, the 'events' of 1848. These occasions and their consequences are registered in the lives of Sciascia's wonderfully drawn characters. Each has voice, wit and a private history which opens out onto the wider circumstances of his time.
Al Di Là Della Forma
Author: Silvia Bottali
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ISBN: 1320300928
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Year: 2014-12-17
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The Persian Letters
Author: de Montesquieu, Charles
Publisher: Aegitas
ISBN: 1773138103
Pages: 348
Year: 2017-04-20
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Persian Letters is a literary work, written in 1721, by Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu, recounting the experiences of two Persian noblemen, Usbek and Rica, who are traveling through France.
The Torture Debate in America
Author: Karen J. Greenberg
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521674611
Pages: 414
Year: 2006
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As a result of the work assembling the documents, memoranda, and reports that constitute the material in The Torture Papers the question of the rationale behind the Bush administration's decision to condone the use of coercive interrogation techniques in the interrogation of detainees suspected of terrorist connections was raised. The condoned use of torture in any society is questionable but its use by the United States, a liberal democracy that champions human rights and is a party to international conventions forbidding torture, has sparked an intense debate within America. The Torture Debate in America captures these arguments with essays from individuals in different discipines. This volume is divided into two sections with essays covering all sides of the argument from those who embrace absolute prohibition of torture to those who see it as a viable option in the war on terror and with documents complementing the essays.
Diritto e ragione
Author: Luigi Ferrajoli
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Pages: 1034
Year: 1989
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Questo libro analizza la crisi dei fondamenti del diritto penale espressa dal profondo divario tra il sistema normativo delle garanzie e il funzionamento effettivo delle istituzioni punitive. Ne rintraccia le radici nella fragilità teorica del modello garantista tramandato dalla tradizione illuministica e nella concorrenza ad esso opposta, fin dal secolo scorso, dal continuo riemergere di archetipi penali premoderni e di mai spente tentazioni autoritarie. Illustra le forme molteplici d'illegittimità e d'ingiustizia prodotte dall'inadeguatezza o dalle lesioni delle singole garanzie. E propone, di fronte alla crisi del modello, una sua rifondazione filosofica e politica nel quadro di una teoria generale del garantismo. La prefazione è a cura di Norberto Bobbio.
The Morality of Punishment
Author: Ilham Ragimov
Publisher:
ISBN: 1908755903
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Year: 2016
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The Jurisprudence of Style
Author: Justin Desautels-Stein
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107156653
Pages: 332
Year: 2018-02-22
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Offers a structuralist critique of the relationship between pragmatism and liberalism in American legal thought.
Fear
Author: Joanna Bourke
Publisher: Counterpoint Press
ISBN: 1593761139
Pages: 500
Year: 2005
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Fear -- the word, itself, conjures the appropriate response. With a dark cacophony of associations like fright, dread, horror, panic, alarm, anxiety, and terror, fear is universally understood as one of the most basic and powerful of human emotions, obtaining a nearly palpable and overwhelming substance in today's world. In this groundbreaking book, acclaimed historian and prize-winning author Joanna Bourke covers the landscape of fear over the past two hundred years: From the nineteenth century dread of being buried alive -- a subject dear to the heart of Edgar Allen Poe -- to the current worry over being able to die when one chooses; from the diagnoses of phobias and anxieties produced by psychotherapists and lovingly catalogued, to the role of popular culture and media in inciting panic and dread; from the horrors of the nuclear age to the fear of twenty-first century terrorism, Fear tells the story of anguish in modern times. A blend of social and cultural history with psychology, philosophy, and popular science, this astonishing book -- exhaustively researched and beautifully written -- offers strikingly original insights into the mind and worldview of the "long twentieth century” from one of the most brilliant scholars of our time.
Confronting Political Islam
Author: John M. Owen IV
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400852153
Pages: 232
Year: 2014-12-01
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Political Islam has often been compared to ideological movements of the past such as fascism or Christian theocracy. But are such analogies valid? How should the Western world today respond to the challenges of political Islam? Taking an original approach to answer this question, Confronting Political Islam compares Islamism's struggle with secularism to other prolonged ideological clashes in Western history. By examining the past conflicts that have torn Europe and the Americas—and how they have been supported by underground networks, fomented radicalism and revolution, and triggered foreign interventions and international conflicts—John Owen draws six major lessons to demonstrate that much of what we think about political Islam is wrong. Owen focuses on the origins and dynamics of twentieth-century struggles among Communism, Fascism, and liberal democracy; the late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century contests between monarchism and republicanism; and the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century wars of religion between Catholics, Lutherans, Calvinists, and others. Owen then applies principles learned from the successes and mistakes of governments during these conflicts to the contemporary debates embroiling the Middle East. He concludes that ideological struggles last longer than most people presume; ideologies are not monolithic; foreign interventions are the norm; a state may be both rational and ideological; an ideology wins when states that exemplify it outperform other states across a range of measures; and the ideology that wins may be a surprise. Looking at the history of the Western world itself and the fraught questions over how societies should be ordered, Confronting Political Islam upends some of the conventional wisdom about the current upheavals in the Muslim world.
The Intellectual Properties of Learning
Author: John Willinsky
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022648808X
Pages: 400
Year: 2018-01-02
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Providing a sweeping millennium-plus history of the learned book in the West, John Willinsky puts current debates over intellectual property into context, asking what it is about learning that helped to create the concept even as it gave the products of knowledge a different legal and economic standing than other sorts of property. Willinsky begins with Saint Jerome in the fifth century, then traces the evolution of reading, writing, and editing practices in monasteries, schools, universities, and among independent scholars through the medieval period and into the Renaissance. He delves into the influx of Islamic learning and the rediscovery of classical texts, the dissolution of the monasteries, and the founding of the Bodleian Library before finally arriving at John Locke, whose influential lobbying helped bring about the first copyright law, the Statute of Anne of 1710. Willinsky’s bravura tour through this history shows that learning gave rise to our idea of intellectual property while remaining distinct from, if not wholly uncompromised by, the commercial economy that this concept inspired, making it clear that today’s push for marketable intellectual property threatens the very nature of the quest for learning on which it rests.
Darwinian Natural Right
Author: Larry Arnhart
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 0791436942
Pages: 332
Year: 1998-04-02
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This book shows how Darwinian biology supports an Aristotelian view of ethics as rooted in human nature. Defending a conception of “Darwinian natural right” based on the claim that the good is the desirable, the author argues that there are at least twenty natural desires that are universal to all human societies because they are based in human biology. The satisfaction of these natural desires constitutes a universal standard for judging social practice as either fulfilling or frustrating human nature, although prudence is required in judging what is best for particular circumstances. The author studies the familial bonding of parents and children and the conjugal bonding of men and women as illustrating social behavior that conforms to Darwinian natural right. He also studies slavery and psychopathy as illustrating social behavior that contradicts Darwinian natural right. He argues as well that the natural moral sense does not require religious belief, although such belief can sometimes reinforce the dictates of nature.