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Maurizio Manzin
University of Trento
  1. Il problema della persuasione in Agostino d'lppona.Maurizio Manzin - 1987 - Verifiche: Rivista Trimestrale di Scienze Umane 16 (1):3-28.
    A study on the nature of persuasive discourse in St.Augustine's philosophy, aiming at showing that in Augustine's thought an argumentation finalized to be effective must be truth-oriented. In this sense (dating back to Aristotle) a true persuasion, or to say better rhetoric, is completely different from sophistic, which is finalized to persuade without any search for truth.
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  2. Il Petrarchismo Giuridico: Filosofia E Logica Del Diritto Agli Inizi Dell'umanesimo.Maurizio Manzin - 1994
  3. L'autorità della ragione e le ragioni dell'autorità. Il De utilitate credendi di S. Agostino.Maurizio Manzin - 1990 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia Del Diritto 67 (3):412-431.
    An analysis on St. Augustine's dialogue on the usefulness of faith (De utilitate credendi), where the distinction between authority and faith is critically discussed.
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  4. Ordine Politico E Verità in Sant'agostino: Riflessioni Sulla Crisi Della Scienza Moderna.Maurizio Manzin - 1998
  5. Per un'interpretazione retorica della verità processuale di Enrico Opocher (1914-2004).Maurizio Manzin - 2006 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia Del Diritto 83 (1):41-53.
    Enrico Opocher, one of the most important Italian legal philosophers in the last century, died on March 3, 2004. For almost four decades, he was Director of the prestigious Insitute of Philosophy of Law and Comparative Law in the University of Padua. Together with Norberto Bobbio, Sergio Cotta, Uberto Scarpelli and few others, he represented a generation as well as a season of deep renewal in Italian philosophy of law and politics. In the legal thought of the postwar period, Opocher (...)
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