Francesco Grazioso

"Even great ideas are useless without great environments" -Simon Sinek half Neapolitan, half Apulian, half Roman (maybe the question is: in how many half am i divided?) A reading and traveler lover, attracted by any kind of difference.

SARAMAGO’S “BLINDNESS” AND COVID-19. HOW LITERATURE DESCRIBES THE PRESENT

    The literature describes everything that happened yesterday and everything that will happen tomorrow, and our aim as readers is the one of being careful to seize up those features that help us to understand our past and that teaches us how to face the future. Starting from this… Read More »SARAMAGO’S “BLINDNESS” AND COVID-19. HOW LITERATURE DESCRIBES THE PRESENT

THE RICHEST MAN EVER LIVED

Surfing on internet, reading articles or just watching television is quite easy to get in touch with this kind of topic: “the richest man of the world”, this prestigious title seems to ping-pong between different people every few years, but nowadays’ giants like Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates won’t come… Read More »THE RICHEST MAN EVER LIVED

Did human rights exist in ancient Greece?

 

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Are human beings made for fighting?

Do people have an evolved predisposition to kill members of other social groups? Do they have an inner predisposition to violence? In other words, are we born to fight? An incredible Christmas miracle could let us think about the answer. 1914, Ypres, Belgium, Christmas Eve. “Come out, English soldier; come… Read More »Are human beings made for fighting?