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Salvati, Mariuccia

With texts by Marcello Flores and Wlodel Goldkorn

EAN 9788812010387


In the late 19th century, the word ‘solidarity’ became popular in a sociological context, but in the past it also saw major developments in the historical, religious, philosophical and legal fields. The essays collected in this publication, on the subject of the close ties established – over the last two centuries – between Europe and solidarity indeed show the progress made not only in the process of economic integration but also in legal and constitutional terms. The underlying conviction is that Europe has gradually acknowledged that it faces the challenge of the inclusion of a growing number of groups of citizens and that, since the second half of the 20th century, recognising an ever greater number of human and social rights has been of paramount importance. Nowadays, solidarity is regarded as an increasingly necessary value, not only because it establishes a clearly defined European context, but also because it encompasses the expectation, driven by a common ideal, of a future without opposition and without borders.

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Language: Italian
Binding: paperback
Format: 120x174 cm
Number of pages: 176

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