Exhibitions ’09

Nothing gets lost. The experience of Pavel Florenskij

  Pavel Florenskij (1882-1937) died as a martyr in the Soviet Union, even though he hadn’t received a religious education; on the contrary, out of a mistaken human respect, his ... Read More
23/08/2009
29/08/2009

Saint Augustine. You can know only what you love

  Still nowadays, Saint Augustine is the most widely read Christian author. The Confessions are his masterwork; the most widely sold religious text, even among the non-believers. Why this success? ... Read More
23/08/2009
29/08/2009

Vocare. María Zambrano, a vocation to knowledge

  In the year 2007, in Italy, Marietti published María Zambrano’s book Filosofia y educación [Philosophy and Education] with the Italian title Per l’amore e per la libertà. It is ... Read More
23/08/2009
29/08/2009

Naples. You don’t need any other gift from Grace

  In a city like Naples, in a district like Rione Sanità where there is a permanent crisis, facts, encounters, actions, words, and songs happened that in their simplicity show ... Read More
23/08/2009
29/08/2009