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"La double idée de fraternité – comme héritage de la tradition et comme projet de transformation – et la fondation des droits de l’homme dans le contexte colonial"

Abstract: When comparing the French Revolution of 1789 and the Revolution of the black slaves in the French colony of Saint-Domingue (Haiti) between 1791 and 1804, many commentators emphasise the European origin of revolutionary ideas. They do so in order to imply that the slaves, rather than “thinking out” their revolution, simply “carried it out”: the theory is that ideas travelled […]
Lingua: Françoise

"La prospettiva della fraternità nel pensiero di John Rawls"

Abstract: Review. In his book A Theory of Justice published in 1971, J. Rawls associates his difference principle with the concept of fraternity, drawing attention to the revolutionary triplet of 1789, “Liberty, equality, fraternity”. Through the difference principle Rawls attempts to think rationally about fraternity, seeing it as something intrinsic to political processes, rather than “external” to them. The author traces […]
Lingua: Italiano

"Fraternità e riflessione politologica contemporanea"

Abstract: In political science reflection on fraternity as it is understood in its civil and public aspects is constantly developing. The reasons which nourish this development can be classified in two large groups: in the first group fraternity is recognized as a need or a question, on the basis of the awareness that the achievement of the other two principles, liberty […]
Lingua: Italiano

"Fraternity in politics: utopia or necessity?"

Abstract: Speaking on September 4, 2004, at a convention organized by mayors, members of the Swiss National Council and by the Youth Parliament of Valais, Chiara Lubich presented fraternity as the best political category to address contemporary problems. The tripartite motto of the French revolution, liberty, equality and fraternity, launched the idea that harmonized fundamental values, best represent the development of […]
Lingua: Italiano

"La doppia idea di fraternità e la fondazione dei diritti umani nel contesto coloniale"

Abstract: When comparing the French Revolution of 1789 and the Revolution of the black slaves in the French colony of Saint-Domingue (Haiti) between 1791 and 1804, many commentators emphasise the European origin of revolutionary ideas. They do so in order to imply that the slaves, rather than “thinking out” their revolution, simply “carried it out”: the theory is that ideas travelled […]
Lingua: Italiano