His portrait is painted in words and equations, not in pictures, if it were to be drawn, however, he would have to look something like this: standing alone, money in hand, calculator in head, and ego in heart. (Raworth, 2017) The Death of God (1) by Friedrich Nietzsche is one… Read More »The Economic Man is Dead and We Have Killed Him, You and I!
“Every day, every week, every month and every year of my life, my hero is always ten years away.” Matthew McConaughey My name is Andrea. I think it doesn’t matter where I am from and what my background is. I would like to live in a world where people judge an opinion or an idea regardless of who said it. I’m a freethinker who just likes wondering which doesn’t necessarily mean that I’m lost. I hope to be understood, but I don’t expect to be followed. I rely on criticism to grow. So, If you disagree with me about something, just let me know and you will help me more than others would do.
It is wrong to see today’s high inequality as the product of forces over which we have no control. – Anthony B. Atkison, Inequality. The Fifteen Proposals for Social Justice is a report drafted by the Forum Disuguaglianze e Diversità (1) – which coordinates the work of various organizations and… Read More »Fifteen Radical Proposals for Social Justice
Everyone wants a cleaner environment for their kids, but only a few try their best to guarantee it to them. It’s everyone’s right to live in a cleaner environment, but it’s our duty as well to create the conditions for this cause, through our leading example. This is the thought,… Read More »Clean Up Sundays: The Reawakening of Civil Awareness
Algeria is a North-African country belonging to the Maghreb region. Since 2011, it’s the biggest country in Africa. Algeria is also a member of the Africa Union and the Arab League since its independence in 1962. It joined the OPEC in 1969. Algeria is constitutionally defined as an Islamic, Arab… Read More »Sectarianism in Algeria: “La Question Berbère”
“It is not a man’s duty, as a matter of course, to devote himself to the eradication of any, even the most enormous wrong, …but it is his duty, at least, to wash his hands of it, and not…to give it practically his support” – Henry David Thoreau A just… Read More »Is disobedience tolerable in a democratic regime?
It was during one of his walks in Sils im Engadin, near lake Silvaplana, in Switzerland, that the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche had what he believed was the greatest thought he had ever conceived. He was walking by the lake when he suddenly stopped near a massive rock and had… Read More »The Eternal Recurrence: how the meaning returns to existence
“How sad it is! I shall grow old, and horrible, and dreadful. But this picture will remain always young. It will never be older than this particular day of June…. If it were only the other way! If it were I who was to be always young, and the picture… Read More »Ageism: when the other is us
“It is our ignorance of things that causes all our admiration and chiefly excites our passion.”  – Edmund Burke All the greatest natural wonders like the dizzying height of a mountain, the grueling cliffs, the starry sky and the boundless stretch of the ocean have always provoked an… Read More »THE OVERPOWERING FEELING OF THE INDEFINITE