Editorial. Aristotle across Boundaries

Aristotelica 4 (4):1-2 (2023)
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Abstract

In June 2023, a group of ‘Aristotelians without Borders’ met in the splendid Villa San Remigio in Verbania, one of the beautiful premises of the University of Eastern Piedmont. Following in the footsteps of Aristotelians over the centuries, the participants were committed to the belief that engaging in dialogue has a value in itself. Our Aristotelian predecessors have collectively bequeathed to us a common language, a shared form of rationality and a grammar of thought which allow us to engage in dialogue despite our differences.

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Silvia Fazzo
Università di Torino (PhD)
Marco Ghione
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (PhD)

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