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Triumphant failure: the return of the Irish Papal Brigade
(Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 2009)
In early 1860, Italian unification was gaining momentum and Pope Pius IX, the temporal ruler of large parts of central Italy, feared an invasion of his extensive territories by the troops of Victor Emanuel of Piedmont ...
Dante Alighieri from absence to stony presence: building memories in nineteenth-century Florence
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-10-12)
The Dante narrative is one of the key narratives of nineteenth-century Italy in the self-fashioning of Italian patriotism. This article looks at the momentum behind the project to commemorate Dante in Florence in the early ...
Blanchot and ambiguity
(Purdue University Press, 2010-09)
In his article "Blanchot and Ambiguity" Paolo Bartoloni investigates the enigmatic and ambiguous turn of the famous Blanchotian statement "existence without Being." The intention of the article is to locate Blanchot's ...
The Threshold and the Topos of the Remnant: Giorgio Agamben
(Taylor & Francis, 2008-04)
In this article I will follow Agamben as he conceptualises the space of the threshold. The next section will be devoted to investigating Agamben's reading of Paul, with particular attention to hope and love. I will show ...
Literature of Indistinction: Blanchot and Caproni
(University of Delaware Press., 2005)
Renunciation: Heidegger, Agamben, Blanchot, Vattimo
(Edinburgh University Press, 2009-02)
In the essay Das Wort (Words) in On the Way to Language, Martin Heidegger speaks of 'renunciation' (Verzicht) as the necessary route towards experiencing that which remains otherwise invisible and unsayable. Heidegger ...