Published the last monographic issue of “Areté”

Dialectic. The Different Meanings of a Theoretical, Historical and Political Concept

edited by Andrea Gentile and Tommaso Valentini

Areté. International Journal of Philosophy, Human & Social Sciences is a double blind peer reviewed Journal founded in December 2015. The annual Journal publishes online papers in Italian, English, French, German, and Spanish, concerning the main questions of the current philosophical debate, with particular reference to the dialogue between Philosophy, Humanities and Social Sciences. Particular attention is given to the philosophical historiography, to the hermeneutics of the texts that have characterized the Western thought, and to the most significant problems of history, politics, anthropology, pedagogy, aesthetics, literature, and philology. Moreover, the journal provides coverage of the recent works regarding the debate of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Cultural Studies.

Each issue is divided into the following sections: the Monothematic Section, in which specific topics are analyzed in multidisciplinary perspective; the miscellaneous section containing the scientific Studies and Notes; the Reviews section. For those who devote themselves to the study and teaching of philosophy and the various subjects that characterize the Humanities and Social Sciences, each issue is a valid help for updating and deepening. The Journal aims to be an expression of a “critical thinking”, open towards the complexity of the contemporary world. The published papers try to establish a real “dialogue between different forms of knowledge” which is essential for the elaboration of a correct “history of concepts” (Begriffsgeschichte). Therefore, the International Journal wants to be a platform for a free, scientifically based and pluralistic academic research where a genuine “conviviality of differences” could be achieved.

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Tommaso Valentini (2019, May 19). Published the last monographic issue of “Areté” Guglielmo Marconi University - magazine. Retrieved June 25, 2024, from

Tommaso Valentini

Tommaso Valentini was born in Spoleto (Italy) on the 4th of September 1979; he is "associate professor" of "Political Philosophy" at Guglielmo Marconi University (Rome, Italy).

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