Introduzione. Un'attesa di luce, dalla carità

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Introduction. An expectation of light, from charity

Gabrio Forti

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Abstract

Despite the dramatic ongoing crisis, there are experiences in it of which all of us can and should make good use, as now and tomorrow. Among them, the new and fundamental one both for legal professionals and for ordinary citizens; the vision of a world of rules on whose observance or transgression people's lives are being played out. Rules that seem to set themselves listening to the language with which life, nature and the environment speak to us. From now on, the entire regulatory system should recover essentiality recovering essentiality, in content and extension from the exercise of this listening learning how to get rid of an excess of coercion and to make everyoon develop one’s own sense of responsibility, respect and conscienca. Great literature also educates it, which can inspire that constant search for the 'positive complementary' within the overall negativity of situations and experiences; an attitude that preserves from the illusion of overcoming fear with devilishly divisive thrusts, with the war against enemies to be fought and scapegoats to be punish/
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Introduction. An expectation of light, from charity
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationLe regole e la vita. Del buon uso di una crisi, tra letteratura e diritto
EditorsGABRIO FORTI
Pages12-38
Number of pages27
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • AMBIENTE
  • CAPRO ESPIATORIO
  • CARITA'
  • CHARITY
  • COMPLEMENTARITA'
  • COMPLEMENTARITY
  • CORONAVIRUS
  • CRIMINAL LAW
  • DIRITTO PENALE
  • ENVIRONMENT
  • HUBRIS
  • HYBRIS
  • LETTERATURA
  • LIFE
  • LITERATURE
  • NATURA
  • NATURE
  • SCAPEGOAT
  • VITA

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