Abstract: In support of the idea that penal jurisdiction aims at reconciliation, two important examples tend to be cited. One is that of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in post-apartheid South Africa, in which reconciliation is “first of all a political act, the establishment of a neutral space in which various parties meet in favour of justice and reconstruction”. The other […]
Archive for: studies on fraternity
Abstract: This article looks at the application of the concept of political justice elaborated by Hannah Arendt, on the basis of the aesthetic judgement of Kant. This concept of political judgement, originally devised by Arendt in view of ethical and political resistance in dark times, can also be used, this article argues, to develop broad visions and critical autonomy in the […]
"Introduzione ai testi del seminario su: «La fraternità come principio relazionale giuridico e politico»"
Abstract: This section presents some interventions from the Seminar on “Fraternity as a relational principle in law and politics”, organized by the Department of Political Studies at the Sophia University Institute, in collaboration with RUEF (Red Universitaria para el Estudio de la Fraternidad) from 11-13 March 2013 at Loppiano (Incisa in Val d’Arno, Firenze).