• Gilberto Zorio

    Centro Pecci, Prato

    It is, perhaps, no accident that we are seeing a renewed interest in ideas that preceded the political and scientific revolutions of the 17th century. In fact, we are witnessing increasingly frequent use of esoteric and alchemic ideas, presented not as historical references but as the impetus for expanding one’s own sensibilities, for seeking a way out of the stagnant uncertainties that affect individuals and institutions the world over. It is as if the fall of the grand ideologies of the century has revitalized a dialogue with our distant roots: the need to view our own historic, cultural, and

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