September 15, 2020

Are you good enough?

“If you want to turn a man into a nobody, all you have to do is just consider his work as useless” -Fëdor Dostoevskij Already in the 19th Century, as…
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August 12, 2020

Humanity beyond genius

An extrovert with inhuman knowledges, a boundless curiosity and a visceral passion for his work. I am talking about Leonardo da Vinci, the most creative and varied Genius of History.  …
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August 5, 2020


Three letters that in the U S of A everyone now associates with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. This name has also recently appeared on Italian screens and monitors, mainly due to a…
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July 30, 2020

Too late too soon

Time flows. Faintly. It could even go by rapidly, so abruptly that you could barely perceive its movement, and still it would be there. There’s just one certainty : it’s…
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July 23, 2020

Rat infestation in The Tube

It is not strange, in the historical period we are living, to attend unexpected events. And when it comes to the unexpected, the British street artist Bansky is always just…
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July 16, 2020


MIR Mir. It means peace in Bosnian. The so coveted peace in a land that has always been spotted with blood. A torn country in which the inter-racial hate is…
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July 8, 2020

A crisis of health and sense

Religion as an instrument to reshape reality In the past months we have assisted, by all means, a historical moment. Covid-19 cleared streets and filled up houses, it emptied schools…
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June 26, 2020

An anti-historical debate

“Montanelli left as usual from the Hotel Manin, where he was staying, to go to the Same building in Piazza Cavour, where there was the newsroom of the Giornale Nuovo,…
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June 9, 2020

A man, a protest

In the last few days, people’s life all over the world has been totally shaken. On Monday, May the 25th, in Minneapolis, George Floyd, an Afro-American  46-year-old man, had been…
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June 1, 2020

3D-printing during the pandemic

This week my p o l y m o p t i c friend Dedalus continues his musings on new plastics fabrication processes. This is how, in 1974, on the…
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