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  1. Laura Candiotto, Report on the 10th International Ontology Congress, San Sebastian/Barcelona 1-9/10/2012: Physis. From Elementary Particles to Human Nature. [REVIEW]
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  2. Laura Candiotto, Review of Cooksey T. L., Plato’s Symposium: A Reader's Guide, Continuum, London-New York 2010. [REVIEW]
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  3. Luigi Perissinotto, Wittgenstein and Plato. Connections, Comparisons and Contrasts.
    The volume is dedicated to a direct exploration of Wittgenstein and Plato. It is a complation of essays by thirteen authors of diverse geogtraphical provenance, orientation and philosophical interest. The volume offers the most complete and detailed view to date on Wittgenstein and Plato, without being tied to any unilateral guidelines from either a critical or a philosophical perspective.
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  4. Umberto Margiotta, Interdisciplinarity.An Idea of University in the 21st Century.
    The article deals with the evolving features and development trends of universities in the 21st century. They are described as characterized by institutional complexity, since they come to terms with the multiple, often conflicting roles and aims of education and training, often reflecting contradictory attitudes, both conservatory and critical - which seems to point out the growing need for interdisciplinary perspectives. The concept of interdisciplinarity is then teased out and explained, by contrasting it with related concepts involving a plurality of (...)
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  5. Marco Fazzini, Man and Nature.
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