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Author: Roberto Romani

they actively denounced it from various angles. As has been shown in the previous chapter, Rosmini’s series of attacks on its legacy began as soon as the dust of real battles settled. Expounding Romagnosi’s approach is a necessary preliminary to a thorough appreciation of moderatism – it is important

In: Sensibilities of the Risorgimento
Author: Roberto Romani

they actively denounced it from various angles. As has been shown in the previous chapter, Rosmini’s series of attacks on its legacy began as soon as the dust of real battles settled. Expounding Romagnosi’s approach is a necessary preliminary to a thorough appreciation of moderatism – it is important

In: Sensibilities of the Risorgimento
Author: Giorgio Volpe

-inspired ‘hinge epistemology’ she puts forth as her favourite version of moderatism, so in my contribution I propose to raise four different (if not all equally pressing) issues for the particular way in which she develops the moderate outlook. First of all, however, I want briefly to draw attention to the

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism

tendencies or by something more fundamental, such as theological reasoning? How do they actually define ‘moderatism’ and what are the criteria of moderate Islam in their views? By specifically analysing the moderate stance adopted by the NU, this article argues that moderate Islam, as understood by

In: Asian Journal of Social Science
Author: Roberto Romani

under the leadership of d’Azeglio (1849–52) and then of Cavour. Balbo too had a short spell as head of government. A liberal culture updating pre-1848 moderatism developed in parallel with the new setting of practical politics. The framework of the 1850s, borrowing its main themes from French and

In: Sensibilities of the Risorgimento
Author: Roberto Romani

under the leadership of d’Azeglio (1849–52) and then of Cavour. Balbo too had a short spell as head of government. A liberal culture updating pre-1848 moderatism developed in parallel with the new setting of practical politics. The framework of the 1850s, borrowing its main themes from French and

In: Sensibilities of the Risorgimento
Author: Yanwar Pribadi

Ayang Utriza Yakin, Islam Moderat dan Isu-isu Kontemporer: Demokrasi, Pluralisme, Kebebasan Beragama, Non-Muslim, Poligami, dan Jihad . Jakarta: Kencana, 2016, xiv + 251 pp. ISBN 9786024220525, price IDR  70,000.00 (paperback). Issues related to moderate understandings and practices of Islam

Author: Yuval Avnur

main components of Coliva’s view are Moderatism and Extended Rationality. According to Moderatism: “a belief about specific material objects that P is perceptually justified iff, absent defeaters, one has the appropriate course of experience (typically an experience with content that P) and it is

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism
Author: Roberto Romani
A purely political framework does not capture the complexity of the culture behind Italians’ struggle for liberty and independence during the Risorgimento (1815-1861). Roberto Romani identifies the sensibilities associated with each of the two main political programmes, Mazzini’s republicanism and moderatism, which in fact were comprehensive projects for a political, moral, and religious resurgence. The moderates’ espousal of reason entailed an ideal personality expressed by private virtue, self-possession, and a public morality informed by Catholicism, while Mazzini’s advocacy of passions led to ‘enthusiasm’ and a total commitment to the cause. Romani demonstrates that the patriots’ moral quest rested on a thick cultural bedrock, dating back to Stoicism and the Catholic Aufklärung, and passing through Rousseau and the Revolution.

Titel einer von Adolf Landau gegründeten jüdischen Monatsschrift in russischer Sprache, die 1881 bis 1906 in St. Petersburg erschien und über jüdische Geschichte und Literatur sowie zeitgenössische Entwicklungen des Judentums in der Diaspora berichtete. Die moderat nationalistische Voskhod