Prima Lezione Di Metodo Storico

Author: Sergio Luzzatto
Editor: Gius.Laterza & Figli Spa
ISBN: 8858122607
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Come si studia la storia? E come si racconta? Domande difficili ma appassionanti, se soltanto gli storici si impegnano a non avere segreti, e a parlare chiaro. Se invitano il pubblico dentro la loro officina e spiegano come maneggiarne gli attrezzi. Se una tecnica, il buon uso delle 'fonti', diventa un'arte di ricostruzione del passato. Qui, dieci storici italiani – Alessandro Barbero, Roberto Bizzocchi, Alessandro Casellato, Antonio Gibelli, Miguel Gotor, Giovanni Levi, Salvatore Lupo, Sergio Luzzatto, Ottavia Niccoli, Lisa Roscioni – hanno scelto ciascuno una singola fonte, l'hanno lavorata con i ferri del mestiere, ne hanno fatto la base di un racconto esemplare. Sergio Luzzatto ospite del Programma Le Storie di Corrado Augias: guarda il video

Trattato Di Metodologia Della Ricerca Storica Il Metodo E Le Origini Nella Grecia Antica

Author: Maria Lodovica Arduini
Editor: Editoriale Jaca Book
ISBN: 9788816404021
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Padre Pio

Author: Sergio Luzzatto
Editor: Metropolitan Books
ISBN: 9781429946452
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The first historical appraisal of the astonishing life and times of a controversial twentieth-century saint Padre Pio is one of the world's most beloved holy figures, more popular in Italy than the Virgin Mary and even Jesus. His tomb is the most visited Catholic shrine anywhere, drawing more devotees than Lourdes. His miraculous feats included the ability to fly and to be present in two places at once; an apparition of Padre Pio in midair prevented Allied warplanes from dropping bombs on his hometown. Most notable of all were his stigmata, which provoke heated controversy to this day. Were they truly God-given? A psychosomatic response to extreme devotion? Or, perhaps, the self-inflicted wounds of a charlatan? Now acclaimed historian Sergio Luzzatto offers a pioneering investigation of this remarkable man and his followers. Neither a worshipful hagiography nor a sensationalist exposé, Padre Pio is a nuanced examination of the persistence of mysticism in contemporary society and a striking analysis of the links between Catholicism and twentieth-century politics. Granted unprecedented access to the Vatican archives, Luzzatto has also unearthed a letter from Padre Pio himself in which the monk asks for a secret delivery of carbolic acid—a discovery which helps explain why two successive popes regarded Padre Pio as a fraud, until pressure from Pio-worshipping pilgrims forced the Vatican to change its views. A profoundly original tale of wounds and wonder, salvation and swindle, Padre Pio explores what it really means to be a saint in our time.

Lineamenti Di Didattica Della Storia

Author: Tobia Cornacchioli
Editor: Pellegrini Editore
ISBN: 9788881011186
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The Body Of Il Duce

Author: Sergio Luzzatto
Editor: Metropolitan Books
ISBN: 146688360X
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A brilliant young historian follows the odyssey of Mussolini's body in an original exploration of the history and legacy of Italian Fascism Bullet-ridden, spat on, butchered bloody: this was the fate of Il Duce, strung up beside his dead mistress in a Milan square, as reviled in death as he was adored in life. With Italy's defeat in World War II, the cult of Benito Mussolini's physical self was brought to its grotesque denouement by a frenzied, jeering crowd of thousands-one eerily similar to the cheering throngs that had once roared their approval beneath Il Duce's balcony. In this groundbreaking work, Sergio Luzzatto traces the fortunes of the Fascist dictator's body: from his charisma, virility, and magnetic domination of Fascist parades, to his humiliating execution, the ugly display of his remains, and beyond. Buried, exhumed, stolen, and hidden for ten years, Il Duce's corpse was finally laid to rest, a shrine for fanatical followers. Through this pursuit, Luzzatto shows how in a totalitarian state the body of the ruler comes to incarnate the nation. And from the indignities visited on Mussolini's corpse, Luzzatto crafts a subtle social and intellectual history of a country struggling to become a republic and free itself from the thrall of Fascism. Elegantly written and stunningly conceived, alive with never-before-published letters, diaries, and reports, The Body of Il Duce cuts a new and compelling path through twentieth-century history.

Open Source Intelligence Abstraction Layer

Author: Giovanni Nacci
Editor: Edizioni Epoké
ISBN: 8898014422
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Open Source Intelligence Abstraction Layer è probabilmente il primo tentativo italiano di formalizzazione del corpus di conoscenze sulle quali si fonda – o sarebbe corretto si fondasse – l’Intelligence delle Fonti Aperte (OSINT). Troppo spesso l’OSINT è considerata alla stregua di una mera tecnica (o tecnologia) destinata alla realizzazione, attraverso la rete Internet, di prodotti mediatici e di reporting. L’OSINT invece può (e deve) essere una disciplina analitica nel senso pieno del termine, dotata di un proprio sistema di teorie, metodi, sistemi e prassi che come tale merita di trovare una più precisa collocazione all’interno degli intelligence studies. La speranza è che la comunità di intelligence italiana voglia e riesca ad avviare un ampio confronto su questi argomenti, coinvolgendo tutte le discipline che dimostrino di poter contribuire alla definizione di una Teoria Generale dell’Intelligence delle Fonti Aperte coerente e condivisa.

Anne Frank

Author: Anne Frank
Editor: Pocket
ISBN: 9780671707613
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A young girl's journal records her family's struggles during two years of hiding from the Nazis in war-torn Holland.

Primo Levi S Resistance

Author: Sergio Luzzatto
Editor: Metropolitan Books
ISBN: 0805099565
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A daring investigation of Primo Levi's brief career as a fighter with the Italian Resistance, and the grim secret that haunted his life No other Auschwitz survivor has been as literarily powerful and historically influential as Primo Levi. Yet Levi was not only a victim or a witness. In the fall of 1943, at the very start of the Italian Resistance, he was a fighter, participating in the first attempts to launch guerrilla warfare against occupying Nazi forces. Those three months have been largely overlooked by Levi's biographers; indeed, they went strikingly unmentioned by Levi himself. For the rest of his life he barely acknowledged that autumn in the Alps. But an obscure passage in Levi's The Periodic Table hints that his deportation to Auschwitz was linked directly to an incident from that time: "an ugly secret" that had made him give up the struggle, "extinguishing all will to resist, indeed to live." What did Levi mean by those dramatic lines? Using extensive archival research, Sergio Luzzatto's groundbreaking Primo Levi's Resistance reconstructs the events of 1943 in vivid detail. Just days before Levi was captured, Luzzatto shows, his group summarily executed two teenagers who had sought to join the partisans, deciding the boys were reckless and couldn't be trusted. The brutal episode has been shrouded in silence, but its repercussions would shape Levi's life. Combining investigative flair with profound empathy, Primo Levi's Resistance offers startling insight into the origins of the moral complexity that runs through the work of Primo Levi himself.

Cinque Lezioni Di Metodo Su Moltitudine E Impero

Author: Antonio Negri
Editor: Rubbettino Editore
ISBN: 9788849805635
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At The Origin Of The Christian Claim

Author: Luigi Giussani
Editor: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773581529
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Giussani argues that if we accept the hypothesis that the mystery entered the realm of human existence and spoke in human terms, the relationship between the individual and God is no longer based on a moral, imaginative, or aesthetic human effort but instead on coming upon an event in one's life. Thus the religious method is overturned by Christ: in Christianity it is no longer the person who seeks to know the mystery but the mystery that makes himself known by entering history. At the Origin of the Christian Claim presents an intriguing argument supported with ample documentation from the gospels and other theological writings.