Medieval suggestions and newest Middle Ages in Romano Guardini's political analysis


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Romano Guardini does not want to replicate the medieval world, but he finds in the union of « faith and world » which he considers typical of the Middle Ages a useful means to avoid any dictatorship in Europe. The Middle Ages becomes therefore a political model for contemporary society. To refer to this theory, the Author usea the expression «Newest Middle Ages».
Keywords utopia  Romano Guardini  Newest Middle Ages  political community
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DOI 10.6092/issn.1974-4935/6540
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