THE ERA OF UPROOTING.
TERRORISM, FINANCE, IMMIGRATION
Among the speakers:
Diego Fusaro, Alberto Bagnai and Claudio Tuozzolo
Thursday 21, Friday 22 and Saturday 23 April 2016
To participate in the seminar it is necessary to fill in the
with the patronage of the Regional Council of Lazio
Thursday 21, Friday 22 and Saturday 23 April 2016 will take place in Rome, at Spaziottagoni live (via Goffredo Mameli 7, Trastevere), a seminar entitled "The era of uprooting. Terrorism, finance, immigration". The seminar will be held by professors such as Diego Fusaro, Alberto Bagnai, Claudio Tuozzolo and Paolo Ercolani, as well as PhD students Orsola Goisis and Gabriele Morleo.
The programmatic objective of the seminar is to address, with a critical slant, the great issues and pressing challenges of our time: starting from the financial crisis and the drama of immigration, on which, to date, it seems that there is a lack of a critical-historical reflection at the height. Without ready answers, but with the weapons of the enduring passion of research and Socratic question, we propose to critically deepen, with experts in the field, these questions.
The cultural association Spaziottagoni of Rome, following its vocation in intercepting the needs of society and in particular of individual people and making available its knowledge and experience in the musical, artistic and social sector, ensures that through the organization of events of various kinds, be it also informative and educational, it can respond to the most effective extent by proposing important initiatives to its members.
For this reason, he has chosen to organize this intensive seminar with academic exponents on the themes of immigration, the financial crisis and terrorism.
They will be three days in which participation and interaction with teachers will be important, and they aim to offer correct notions and information to be able to better interpret and analyze the historical moment of crisis at an economic and financial level and what concerns immigration issues, which we are experiencing today.
It is important to define that the entire training course stems from the desire to be able to finance the activities of the mameli7 non-profit organization that operates in the health and social sector in Lebanon and Syria, bringing medical capital goods such as ambulances and field hospitals or, as in Lebanon, building a health center at the S. Sauveur social center, directed by Father Abdo Raad. With the same aims, numerous other events have been organized in the past years, such as the group exhibitions "Art for life" and "Art for life 2", as well as concerts, theatrical performances, book presentations and debates.
Alberto Bagnai, associate professor of Economic Policy at the Department of Economics of the Gabriele d'Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara and president of a/simmetrie a.p.s., Italian Association for the Study of Economic Asymmetries. He is on the board of the International Network for Economic Research (INFER), and collaborates with the Centre de Recherche en Economie Appliquée à la Mondialisation (CREAM) of the University of Rouen. His research activity, the results of which have appeared in international scientific journals, has been accompanied since 2011 by a work of dissemination through the blog Goofynomics, acclaimed as the best economics site at the Festa della Rete 2015. His essays on the crisis (Il tramonto dell'euro, Imprimatur, 2012; Italy can do it, Il Saggiatore, 2014) have become best sellers. Graduated in recorder and basso continuo, he recorded with the group Musica Perduta for Brilliant Classics.
Diego Fusaro (Turin, 1983) teaches "History of Philosophy" at the San Raffaele University in Milan. He is a scholar of the philosophy of history and the structures of historical temporality, with particular attention to the thought of Fichte, Hegel, Marx and to the German "history of concepts". He directs the philosophical series "I Cento Talleri" of the publisher Il Prato and is the curator of the internet project "La filosofia e i suoi eroi" (www.filosofico.net). Among his most recent books: Welcome back Marx! (Bompiani, 2009), Essere senza tempo. Acceleration of history and life (Bompiani, 2010), Courage (Cortina, 2012), Minima mercatalia. Philosophy and capitalism (Bompiani, 2012), Idealism and praxis. Fichte, Marx e Gentile (Il Melangolo, Genova 2013), Il futuro è nostro (Bompiani, Milan 2014), and Fichte e l'anarchia del commercio (Il Melangolo, Genova 2014), Antonio Gramsci (Feltrinelli, Milan 2015). He is a columnist for "La Stampa" and "Il Fatto Quotidiano". He describes himself as an "independent pupil of Hegel and Marx".
Claudio Tuozzolo, is full professor of history of philosophy and president of the degree course in Sociology and Criminology of the University of Chieti-Pescara. He teaches History of Contemporary Philosophy, Theories of Interpretation and Philosophy of Economics and is a member of the Board of the School of Economic, Business, Legal and Sociological Sciences of the Gabriele D'Annunzio University. He has dealt with classical German idealism, Italian neo-idealism, German neo-Kantianism, philosophical hermeneutics, philosophy of economics, Marxism and financial-capitalist globalization.
Paolo Ercolani (Rome, 1972) teaches philosophical and sociological subjects at the University of Urbino "Carlo Bo", where he obtained a PhD in Philosophy. He is a member of the National Order of Journalists and author, in this capacity, of numerous articles for national newspapers. He collaborated on the cultural insert of the Corriere della sera ("La Lettura"), writes for the cultural pages of "Il Manifesto" (where he is also the owner of the Blog "L'urto del pensiero") and "Micromega" (editorial group L'Espresso-La Repubblica). He collaborates with the philosophy channel of Rai educational. He is a founder, member of the Scientific Committee and President of the Philosophical Observatory (www.filosofiainmovimento.it). He is also a member of the scientific committee of the series "Dangerous relationships" for the Mimesis publishing house in Milan. Among his books, which have repeatedly aroused a heated debate in the national media: Il Novecento negato. Hayek political philosopher (Perugia 2006), Tocqueville: a liberal atheist (Bari 2008), La storia infinita. Marx, liberalism and the curse of Nietzsche, presentation by Luciano Canfora (Naples 2011) and The Last God. Internet, the market and religion are building a post-human society, preface by Umberto Galimberti (Bari 2012). His latest book, "Someone was Italian. From the political disaster to the utopia of the network", with an interview with Carlo Freccero (Milan 2013), aroused a wide discussion that, among other things, led him to be a guest of the television program "Omnibus" on La7.
Orsola Goisis was born in Venice on the fourth of March 1986. She studied Political Science and International Relations at the University of Padua where she graduated with a thesis on Arendt's political thought and the comparison between the two revolutionary paradigms, the American one and the French one. He then obtained a master's degree in Institutions and Policies of Human Rights and Peace, with a final paper entitled "Crisis of the individual and anti-Semitism in Th. W. Adorno". After a period of study at the Faculté de droit and the Institut européen of the University of Geneva, he is currently dealing with the thought of Denis Diderot. Since 2013 she has been a PhD student in Political Philosophy at the University of Padua and at the École des Hautes études en sciences sociales in Paris (EHESS) and develops a research project on the anthropological, pedagogical and political project of the Encyclopédie.