Search Results for: Nadia Urbinati
  • Michael Walzer 19 December 2007
    I opposed a war of liberation in Eastern Europe. I favored diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union and China. But we did insist, all of us, that the Stalinist regime was guilty of mass murder, and we would not have shaken hands or joined in a sit-down dialogue with the murderers. Diplomats can shake hands with anybody; they always wear gloves. But leftist intellectuals should set limits on whom they talk to. I am sure that Nadia would recognize this requirement with regard to the Nazis; it applies also to Stalinists—and to Islamic zealots today. What should Western leftists be doing with regard to Islam today? We should defend leftist principles of democracy and equality on every possible occasion. I don’t see anything intolerant or Manichean in this political position.
  • 20 January 2016
    Purpose and History
  • 28 January 2015
    Reset-Dialogues on Civilizations organises two days of study and dialogue, one in Rome (December 3rd 2014) and one in Tunis (January 28th 2015). This comes after the approval of a new democratic constitution in Tunisia, after the October 2014’s general election and November-December 2014’s presidential ballot, held within the framework of the Arab Media Report project and together with Tunisian (Observatoire Arabe des Religions et des Libertés) and Italian academic partners (LUISS University).
  • 16 October 2014
    “For an inclusive citizenship” is a cycle of conferences organized by Reset-Dialogues on Civilizations, in cooperation with Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, Università degli Studi di Milano, Politecnico di Milano, Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Fondazione Collegio delle Università Milanesi, Radio Popolare and with the patronage of the City of Milan and Fondazione Cariplo.  
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