Il Mediterraneo, storia di una complessità

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[automatically translated] The notion of complexity is probably the one that is best adapted to characterize the Mediterranean area, giving us a summary in which the distinctions do not cancel, but coexist in a relationship continues to meet and clash, continuity and rupture: the Mediterranean identity, as well as the European one, is by its very nature plural. The same three great Mediterranean religions live internal joints in the way we perceive and practice their faith no less significant consequences of their threefold distinction. The opposition, which also coexist with articulated diplomatic and trade relations, can be traced to their essentially political and military: the conflict must be interpreted historically in terms of clash of civilizations, but of powers conflict.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)243-254
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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