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The United Nations

The Organization of the United Nations is the largest international organisation and in fact includes almost all the states existing on the planet. There are currently 192 member states. The seat of the UN is in New York and the current Secretary General is the South Korean Ban Ki-Moon..

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Nationalism

The 20th Century was par excellence the century of nationalisms. It is sufficient to remember that the causes of the two world wars were directly linked to the consequences of nationalist doctrine exalting all that belongs to one’s own nation..

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City

The city is an artefact.

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The Honor Code

Appeals to personal honor often seem to belong to the past, conjuring images of gentlemen in wigs dueling at dawn; or worse, of blood-soaked Achaeans storming the walls of Troy.

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Cultural Pluralism, The Challenge of our Time

“Cultural pluralism” is a recent concept in Europe to the extent that many do not know what it means.

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Reset
A month of ideas.
Giancarlo Bosetti Editor-in-chief
Association for dialogue and intercultural understanding

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'Nadia Urbinati' (34 search results)

ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2015 EN

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15/12/2014
FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY

Between hegemony and distrust
Representative democracy in the Internet era

Nadia Urbinati, Columbia University 07/04/2014
ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2014 EN

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09/01/2014
ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2013

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02/07/2012
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25/10/2011
TK ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2012

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27/09/2011
TK ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2011 (EN)

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23/11/2010
IT AR PHILOSOPHY4FREEDOM

After the Resetdoc's meeting in New York the decision of our alternative Day

Giuseppe Vittori 08/10/2010
IT PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

Unesco World Philosophy Day in Tehran? NO thanks

Resetdoc presents itself and a protest 13/09/2010
IT TK ISTANBUL SEMINARS 2010

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16/02/2010
IT PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

The West’s friends and enemies

Daniele Castellani Perelli 18/05/2009
IT PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

Democracy and dissent

Nadia Urbinati 11/03/2009
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