IL LIBRO CHE SPIEGA COME FUNZIONA E A COSA SERVE l. a. MACCHINA DEL FALSO
Se un pace le verità inconfessabili del potere erano coperte dal silenzio e dal segreto, oggi l. a. guerra contro l. a. verità è combattuta sul terreno della parola e delle immagini.
Perché chiamiamo democratico un Paese dove il governo è stato eletto dal 20 consistent with cento degli elettori? Perché dopo ogni “riforma” stiamo peggio di prima? Come può un muro di cemento alto otto metri e lungo centinaia di chilometri diventare un “recinto difensivo”?
In cosa è diversa los angeles tortura dalle “pressioni fisiche average” o dalle “tecniche di interrogatorio rafforzate”? Perché nei telegiornali i Territori occupati diventano “Territori”? Perché un terrorista che compie una strage a Damasco diventa un ribelle?
Che cosa distingue l’economia di mercato dal capitalismo?
Rispondere a queste domande significa occuparsi del grande protagonista del discorso pubblico contemporaneo: l. a. menzogna.
Vladimiro Giacché ha studiato nelle università di Pisa e di Bochum (Germania) ed è stato allievo della Scuola Normale di Pisa, dove si è laureato e perfezionato in Filosofia. È accomplice di Sator e presidente del Centro Europa Ricerche (Roma), autore di numerose opere e saggi. I suoi libri più recenti: tremendous Europa. los angeles crisi che non ci hanno raccontato (2012), tradotto in lingua tedesca; Anschluss - L’annessione. L’unificazione della Germania e il futuro dell’Europa (2013), tradotto in tedesco e francese; Costituzione italiana contro trattati europei. Il conflitto inevitabile (2015).
By Barbra Barnett
This consequential quantity provides top students, activists, and officers from 4 continents who dare to debate the "why" at the back of human rights. Appraising the present scenario from different spiritual views -- Jewish, Protestant, Orthodox, Muslim, Confucian, and secular humanist -- the individuals overtly deal with the query even if God is an important a part of human rights. regardless of their greatly various commitments and ways, the authors verify that an research into the "why" of human rights don't need to devolve into irreconcilable conflict.
Contributors:"Khaled Abou El Fadl
Elizabeth M. Bucar
Jean Bethke Elshtain
Robert P. George
Courtney W. Howland
Robert A. Seiple
Max L. Stackhouse
Anthony C. Yu"
Lately women's activities and democracy hobbies seem to have been extra winning in selling social equality than labour activities or improvement pursuits. salary gaps among women and men have narrowed. New democracies have flourished. but, gaps among the wealthy and terrible stay. Do transformations in association and method account for the variations in results? via in-depth experiences of the U.S., japanese and Western Europe, Latin the USA, Africa, China, and north- and southeast Asia the individuals to this quantity supply a few thought-provoking solutions.
By Arthur Clark
The ABCs of Human Survival examines the impression of militant nationalism and the lawlessness of robust states at the health and wellbeing of people and native communities?and the basic function of worldwide citizenship inside of that dynamic. in keeping with the research of worldwide occasions, Dr. Arthur Clark provides militant nationalism as a pathological development of considering that threatens our safeguard, whereas emphasizing powerful democracy and foreign legislation as fundamental frameworks for human protection.Within the contexts of heritage, sociology, philosophy, and spirituality, The ABCs of Human Survival calls into query the assumptions of customer tradition and provides, as a substitute, techniques to enhance total health during the vital offerings we make as members.
By Nomi Claire Lazar
In an emergency, statesmen focus strength and droop electorate' rights. those emergency powers are ubiquitous within the main issue govt of liberal democracies, yet their nature and justification is poorly understood. in line with a pluralist perception of political ethics and political strength, this publication indicates how we will be able to keep away from the hazards and confusions inherent within the norm/exception strategy that dominates either ancient and modern debate. The booklet indicates how liberal values want by no means - certainly mustn't ever - be suspended, even in occasions of urgency. merely then can responsibility stay a dwell hazard. yet whilst, emergency powers can occasionally be justified on the subject of extra-liberal norms that still function in occasions of normalcy. by way of emphasizing the continuity among occasions of normalcy and emergency, the ebook illuminates the norms of hindrance executive, broadening our figuring out of liberal democratic executive and of political ethics within the approach.
By Olena Nikolayenko
The political outlook of adolescents within the nations of the previous Soviet Union is important to their nations’ destiny political improvement. This is particularly appropriate now because the first iteration with out firsthand event of communism first and foremost hand is coming near near maturity. in response to wide unique study and together with new survey learn among children, this ebook examines younger people’s political outlook in nations of the previous Soviet Union; it compares and contrasts Russia, the place authoritarianism has all started to reassert itself, and Ukraine, which skilled a democratic step forward within the aftermath of the Orange Revolution.
The booklet examines questions similar to: How supportive is that this new new release of the hot political order? What photos of the Soviet Union succeed within the minds of adolescents? How a lot belief does formative years position in present political and public associations? Addressing those questions is important to figuring out the level to which the present regimes can live to tell the tale at the wave of public aid. The publication argues that Russian teenagers are likely to position extra belief within the incumbent president and harbour extra regrets in regards to the disintegration of the Soviet Union than their friends in Ukraine; it demonstrates that youth mistrust political events and politicians, and that patriotic schooling shapes social and political values.
America is at the moment in the middle of an enormous racial and ethnic demographic shift. by means of the twenty-first century, the inhabitants of Hispanics and Asians increases considerably, whereas the black inhabitants is anticipated to stay fairly solid. Non-Hispanic Whites will lessen to only over half the nation's inhabitants. How will the altering ethnic and racial composition of yank society have an effect on the lengthy fight for black political energy and inclusion? To what quantity will those racial and ethnic shifts impact the already tenuous nature of racial politics in American society?
Using the literature on black politics as an analytical springboard, Black and Multiracial Politics in America brings jointly a vast demography of students from numerous racial and ethnic teams to evaluate how city political associations, political coalitions, workforce identification, media portrayal of minorities, racial realization, aid for affirmative motion coverage, political habit, partisanship, and different an important concerns are impacted via America's multiracial landscape.
Contributors contain Dianne Pinderhughes, M. Margaret Conway, Pei-te Lein, Susan Howell, Mack Jones, Brigitte L. Nacos, Natasha Hritzuk, Marion Orr, Michael Jones-Correa, A.B. Assensoh, Joseph McCormick, Sekou Franklin, Jose Cruz, Erroll Henderson, Mamie Locke, Reuel Rogers, James Endersby, Charles Menifield and Lawrence J. Hanks.
The Black strength circulation is still an enigma. usually misunderstood and ill-defined, this radical circulation is now starting to obtain sustained and severe scholarly attention.
Peniel Joseph has accumulated the hottest and so much remarkable record of participants round to write down unique essays at the Black strength circulate. Taken jointly they supply a severe and lots more and plenty wanted ancient assessment of the Black strength period. supplying vital examples of undocumented histories of black liberation, this quantity deals either robust and poignant examples of 'Black energy experiences' scholarship.
In the previous zone century the area has witnessed dramatic social and political variations, due partially to an upsurge in civil resistance. there were major uprisings all over the world, together with the toppling of communist regimes in jap Europe, the colour Revolutions, the Arab Spring, protests opposed to struggle and financial inequality, numerous struggles opposed to corruption, and calls for for extra equitable distribution of land. those activities have attracted big scholarly awareness, mirrored within the progress of literature on social pursuits and revolution in addition to literature on nonviolent resistance. before, even if, the 2 our bodies of literature have principally built in parallel—with really little acknowledgment of the life of the other.
In this beneficial assortment, a world and interdisciplinary crew of students takes inventory of the present kingdom of the theoretical and empirical literature on civil resistance. individuals learn key procedures of nonviolent fight and determine either frictions and issues of synthesis among the narrower literature on civil resistance and the wider literature on social hobbies and revolution. via doing so, Civil Resistance: Comparative views on Nonviolent fight pushes the limits of the examine of civil resistance and generates social medical wisdom that might be worthy for all students and activists desirous about democracy, human rights, and social justice.