TURIN HUMANITIES PROGRAMME
SUMMER SCHOOL ENLIGHTENMENT LEGACY: THE RIGHTS OF MAN IN A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Alla fine del percorso di valutazione, il Comitato Scientifico della Summer School THP Enlightenment legacy: the rights of man in a global perspective ha selezionato i seguenti candidati quali partecipanti alla Summer School, che si terrà a Palazzo Carignano nel periodo 1-3 settembre:
- Bellido Sánchez Francisco Javier, The Relevance of Fair Laws in Classical and Modern Republicanism: Cicero and Machiavelli
- Bertholet Auguste, Physiocracy, Bern and the Pays de Vaud. Eighteenth-century peripheral political economy in context
- Bonasera Jacopo, From the «Principle» to the «Chart». On the Concepts of People and Population in the Political Thought of T.R. Malthus and F. Place
- Carmagnini Giacomo, From Rights to Guarantees: a Story à Rebours?
- Caruso Gabriele, What side of the news? The reception of the French Revolution through the Gazzetta di Bologna (1789-1796)
- Darriulat Gabriel, Collective decision-making by majority vote in the political thought of Condorcet
- De La Peña Luis, Giving the life for those rights. Antonio Nariño, the translation of the Declaration of the rights of man and the fight for the independence of Colombia
- Della Fontana Aris, «Under a wise prince it is not a crime to point out the defects of certain laws». Political Economy and the Reshaping of Freedom of Speech in Enlightenment Venice
- Di Nunno Fabio, Internet as a human right
- Di Sabatino Davide, The emergence of the concept of “rights of man” in Paine
- Ferrara Ilaria, Kant and cosmopolitanism, a transitory and asymptotic ideal
- Froio Camilla, ‘The Otherness’: a Comparative Discourse on Volney’s Voyage and Alberto Pasini’s Memories of the Orient
- Harrison Samuel, The Duties of Man and the Citizen: the Enlightenment’s lost legacy
- Lundsby Skov Jesper, A Scandinavian model of civil rights in the late Enlightenment?
- Massuchetto Vanessa Caroline, Women and Enlightenment thought in the the Iberian-American criminal legal order (18th century)
- Szymansk Radoslaw, A project of political and economic reform of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth developed between 1763 and 1768 by M. Mniszech and E. Bertrand
La Fondazione 1563 ringrazia tutti i candidati per la loro partecipazione.