Mille E Non Pi Mille

Autore: Georges Duby
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ISBN: 9788817859943
Grandezza: 33,35 MB
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Mille E Non Pi Mille

Autore: Renzo Maltoni
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ISBN: 9788874754915
Grandezza: 28,55 MB
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Non Pi Mille

Autore: Giacomo Di Girolamo
Editore: Coppola Editore
ISBN: 888743297X
Grandezza: 17,63 MB
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Mille E Non Pi Mille

Autore: Guglielmo Solci
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ISBN: 9788885372115
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Mille E Non Pi Mille Nove Novelle

Autore: Pietro Marco Boselli
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ISBN: 9788872327487
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Dopo Nostradamus

Autore: Amadeus Voldben
Editore: Edizioni Mediterranee
ISBN: 9788827203101
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Millenarismo E Nuove Religioni Alle Soglie Del Duemila

Autore: Massimo Introvigne
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ISBN: 9788871523835
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Mille E Non Pi Mille

Autore: Laura Gemini
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Intelligence As A Principle Of Public Economy

Autore: Carlo Cattaneo
Editore: Lexington Books
ISBN: 9780739123591
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Intelligence as a Principle of Public Economy offers the best expression of the life and thought of the nineteenth-century Italian political economist Carlo Cattaneo. Available here for the first time in English, this volume showcases pensiero come principio d'economia publica, Cattaneo's pioneering vision of economic growth that emphasized the central role of intelligence and will in economic processes, the value of knowledge and innovation, and the importance of liberty. This classic of Italian thought is framed by a long biographical sketch of Cattaneo's life before, during, and after the Italian Risorgimento and an afterword that demonstrates the continuing relevance of Cattaneo's social, political, and economic ideas to today's ongoing debate about the importance of a free society.

Chercheurs De Dieux Dans L Espace Public Frontier Religions In Public Space

Autore: Côté Pauline
Editore: University of Ottawa Press
ISBN: 2760315622
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Originale, insolite, renaissante, l action religieuse emergente bouscule les habitudes, ebranle les certitudes, construit ici, maintenant, l autre monde. Peut-on courir le risque ? Voila que la question se pose et se resout en rumeurs publiques, poursuites judiciaires et tensions scolaires, lesquelles mettent a nu des mecanismes inedits d institutionnalisation de l experience religieuse en modernite: groupes tactiques d intervention, cellules gouvernementales de crise, commissions parlementaires, cercles technocratiques precurseurs d une ingenierie pluraliste. Sur fond de traditions religieuses, nationales ou republicaines, avec la perspective de la menace sectaire, s esquisse sous nos yeux un religieux correct, acceptable. Comment est-il possible aujourd hui d inscrire l exceptionnel, l originel, le merveilleux, le transcendant religieux dans le quotidienne ? Et dans quelle mesure, paradoxalement, les gestionnaires de dieux ne repoussent-ils pas toujours plus loin la frontiere religieuse ? -- By their nature, emerging religions explore unfamiliar territory and probe unchartered regions of human creativity. For these same reasons, religious transactions that venture beyond the boundaries of traditional religious frontiers often rouse suspicion, anxiety or even fear among the general population. As new religious movements seek to carve out their own niche in society, public controversy and opposing beliefs can spark bitter debates, and can even lead to calls for state intervention. How then do new or borderline religious groups negotiate or mediate the building of public space? What impact can the media have on new religions? How does the law withstand the creative destruction of religious innovation? In this provocative collection of essays, twelve experienced specialists break new ground in the sociological study of religion."