Sulle comunità di ricerca intellettuale: dal Quattrocento al Novecento. Una breve nota

Franco Cambi

Abstract


At the beginning of the Sixteenth century, the Orti Oricellari became a real seedbed for intellectual life, where the ancient Plato’s style of “thinking together” was turned into a new dialogical argumentative model, open, critic, and even more connected to a pragmatically codified style of conversation. Since it developed in a high experience of thinking, it is also highly valuable from a pedagogical and educational point of view today.

Keywords


Plato; circle; thought; conversation; formation; Platón; circulo; pensamiento; conversación; formación

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Studi_Formaz-25560



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