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Claudio Bernardi

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COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI - 2016 - 2. BODIES EXPOSED Dramas, Practices and Mimetic Desire digital
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Year: 2016
Secondo fascicolo del 2016
Introduction digital
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Year: 2016
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Introduzione digital
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Year: 2016
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COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI - 2011 - 2. Per-formazione. Teatro e arti performative nella scuola e nella formazione della persona digital
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Year: 2011
Numero due del 2011 della rivista "Comunicazioni Sociali"
Per-formazione. Un'introduzione critica
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Year: 2011
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COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI - 2007 - 3. Comunità in atto. Conflitti globali, interazioni locali, drammaturgie sociali digital
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Year: 2007
Numero tre del 2007 della rivista "Comunicazioni sociali"
La comunità come utopia e come limite digital
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Year: 2007
One of the best known theoretic contrapositions found today in Sociology, the one between Community and Society (Tönnies), is becoming the subject of a deep reflection, for two main reasons. The first one, in the era of economic and mediatic globalization, is due to the ‘desire for Community’ (Bauman), the Community of belongings, exclusions, identities, and localism. The second one is due to the need to re-create new ethic bonds, shared responsibilities, and democratic participation to solve the ‘common’ problems troubling the World. These are problems from which the ancient system of sovereign states trapped in the grip of imperialistic, ideological or nationalistic hegemonies offers no way out. In this perspective the Community, and first of all the International one, does not represent a nostalgia, but a utopia. It is something not existing, but which has to be built, and that is being built through manifold contributions of theories, analysis, experiences, actions. The ‘fabric’ of the global village, which is today the Hearth, is developing through complicated ‘social wefts’, in which the dramaturgy and narration of the community seem to offer promising processes and results.
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Il teatro della pietà
La fondazione del corpo politico nella Passione di Cristo
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format: Article | COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI - 2003 - 2. Il corpo passionato. Modelli e rappresentazioni medievali dell'amore divino
Year: 2003
This essay aims to demonstrate that the political ethos of pietas and the theatrical rendering of pain, studied in particular by Hannah Arendt and Luc Boltanski, are rooted not only in Christian compassion of the origins but also in medieval drama centring on pietas. By providing a highly realistic and moving representation of the agonized body of Christ, Medieval Christian society sought to convert sinners and to awaken the fervour of the faithful, but it also kindled the disinterested and concrete help of the faithful towards the poor, the sick, the unfortunate as well as towards pilgrims, through associations, care institutions and hospitals. The martyred body of Chriust was seen as a specific denunciation of social injustice, of the afflictions and sufferings of the body politic, the Church and the State. The fundamental difference between the ethos of pietas in the Middle Ages versus the modern age consists in the transition from local perception of the unfortunate to a decidedly universal view. Over the centuries the ethos of pietas was intensified through the gradual inclusion of all men in the category of the unfortunate to succour, sweeping away any discrimination based on family, local or regional rivalry, ethnic or social concerns, racial prejudice or religious bias.
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