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Bobbio

(bôb`byō), town, in Emilia-Romagna, N central Italy. It is a commercial center and a summer resort. St. ColumbanColumban, Saint
, c.540–615, Irish missionary to the continent of Europe, also called Columbanus. He was trained in the abbey at Bangor. He and 12 companions, including St. Gall, sailed to France (c.
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 founded a monastery there in 612, and during the 9th–12th cent. it was a center of European cultural life. The monastery later declined, and the invaluable manuscripts of its great library were dispersed in the 15th and 16th cent. The monastery itself was dissolved in the early 19th cent.
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Concerning the kind of democracy which should be adopted by the European Union, the answer given by Norberto Bobbio was "the democracy of rules".
In 2013, Francis mingled with young admirers to pose for the first papal selfie with several teens from the Italian Diocese of Piacenza and Bobbio.
see also Norberto Bobbio, Thomas Hobbes and the Natural Law Tradition 46-49 (Daniela Gobetti trans.
The political centrality and longevity of the Italian Communist Party (1921-1991), at one time the largest communist party in the West, testifies to these developments, as do the rich reflections on work and labor authored by Italian intellectuals, from Labriola and Pareto to Ferrero, Einaudi, Gramsci, Della Volpe, Rossi, Bobbio, and many others.
The young people who took the selfie shot with the pope were teenagers from the Diocese of Piacenza and Bobbio who went on a pilgrimage to the Holy See.
The project has been picked up by Deborah Bobbio, a senior in electronics engineering technology.
Rusca M, Spaggiari L, Carbognani P, Cattelani L, Medici D, Bobbio P.
2) See NORBERTO BOBBIO, THE AGE OF RIGHTS 15-16 (Alan Cameron trans.
2 (1983): 139-158; Norberto Bobbio, Left and Right: The Significance of a Political Distinction (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996); George Lakoff, Moral Politics: What Conservatives Know that Liberals Don't (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996); Leon P.
It is divided into two parts: the first one is a very long introduction to the most important Italian modern philosophers, that is to say Rosmini, Galluppi, Gioberti, Mamiani, Spaventa, Villari, De Sanctis, Fiorentino and Florenzi Waddington, Labriola, Barzellotti, Croce, Gentile, Gramsci and Bobbio.
Even though the way in which in which the intellectual elites distanced themselves from politics and public opinion can be considered a rushed generalization by western political theorists, (26) it is equally true that their involvement in public life is not risk-free; as Norberto Bobbio put it, the intellectuals' involvement in politics can be understood in a sense other than the expected one, in terms of what could be called "politics of culture".
Furthermore, the concept of the state has been distinguished by Norberto Bobbio (1989) from two related concepts with which it is oftentimes conflated.