By Felice Cimatti
By Maria Luisa Giordano
In line with molti anni assistente e amica del famoso sensitivo Gustavo Rol, l'autrice lo ha accompagnato nelle sue visite ai malati, gli è restata accanto mentre dipingeva o conversava con personaggi famosi della cultura e dello spettacolo e ha assistito agli esperimenti nel salotto della sua casa. In questo libro l. a. Giordano ricorda soprattutto l'aspetto umano di Rol e le sue riflessioni.
By Umberto Galimberti
By Christine O'Connell Baur
Widely one among the best works produced in Europe in the course of the center a long time, Dante's La Divina Commedia (The Divine Comedy) has motivated numerous generations of readers, but unusually few books have tried to provide an explanation for the philosophical relevance of this nice epic. Dante's Hermeneutics of Salvation takes in this bold project.
Turning to Heidegger to supply a theoretical framework for her learn, Christine O'Connell Baur illustrates how Dante's poem invitations its readers to adopt their very own existential-hermeneutic trip to freedom. because the pilgrim progresses in his trip, she argues, he strikes past a purely literal, 'infernal' self-interpretation that's grounded on current attachments to objects on the earth. If we readers accompany the pilgrim during this hermeneutic conversion, we'll see that our personal existential commitments may also help expose the that means of our global and our personal finite freedom.
A paintings of substantial value either for and academics and scholars of Dante experiences, Dante's Hermeneutics of Salvation also will turn out priceless to students operating in medieval reports, philosophy, and literary theory.