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  1. Davide Sparti (2011). Il volto umano dello scetticismo. Immagini della soggettività nelle «Ricerche filosofiche». Iride 24 (3):577-594.
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  2. Adriano Bugliani & Davide Sparti (2007). Critica della violenza etica di Judith Butler. Iride 20 (1):187-194.
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  3. Davide Sparti (2006). Stanley Cavell. Una Filosofia Per Il Giorno a Venire. Intervista Biografico-Teorica. Iride 19 (2):237-256.
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  4. Davide Sparti (2005). Let Us Be Human: Primo Levi and Ludwig Wittgenstein. Philosophy and Literature 29 (2):444-459.
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  5. Davide Sparti (2005). Oltre l'orizzonte della nota. Verso un'estetica dei suoni. Rivista di Estetica 45 (30):269-295.
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  6. Ubaldo Fadini, Davide Sparti & Adelino Zanini (2004). Discussione su "L'ermeneutica del soggetto" di Michel Foucault. Iride 17 (3):707-722.
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  7. Davide Sparti (2003). Filosofia come cura. La svolta terapeutica nell'interpretazione di Wittgenstein. Iride 16 (1):137-160.
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  8. Davide Sparti (2000). Responsiveness as Responsibility: Cavell's Reading of Wittgenstein and King Lear as a Source for an Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships. Philosophy and Social Criticism 26 (5):81-107.
    In this article I want to explore some questions that arise from the work of Stanley Cavell. My purpose is to examine lines of connections between Cavell's readings of Wittgenstein (specifically his notions of 'criteria', 'aspect blindness' and 'primitive reaction', with special reference to the philosophical problem of 'other minds') and Shakespeare, on the one side, and a certain dimension of the ethical, on the other. Although Cavell has rarely offered explicit remarks on the issue of morality, and is normally (...)
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  9. Davide Sparti & Bernardo Lecci (1997). Scetticismo, riconoscimento, riscoperta dell'ordinario. La filosofia di Stanley Cavell. Iride 10 (1):135-144.
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