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    Ars una. L'insegnamento del metodo mimico dopo Orazio Costa

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    The article investigates the teaching of the mimic method after Orazio Costa. Nourished by poetic, philosophical and neuroscientific instances, the mimic method was imparted by Costa to generations of students, firstly at the Accademia Nazionale d’Arte Drammatica and at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia and, later, at the Centro di avviamento all’espressione in Florence and at the Scuola di espressione e interpretazione scenica in Bari. Aware that a failure to formalize the method would compromise its diffusion, Costa leaves the future of the method to his pupils, giving them the task of continuing the inseparable paths of research and teaching. The article is based on some interviews made with several currently active teachers, during which the main questions that remained opened in the dialogue with Costa were addressed: their condition as students; his passing the baton to them of; the content that their teaching and research on the method has pursued; finally, the issues regarding the education of a new generation of teachers

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    Il racconto cinematografico della criminalità: tra fiction e realtà

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    Il racconto cinematografico e televisivo ha sviluppato numerose narrazioni della criminalità organizzata, tanto da aver dato un contributo determinante alla creazione del suo immaginario. Ma quali sono gli strumenti che ha a disposizione uno sceneggiatore quando si occupa di questi temi? Come gestisce il rapporto tra realtà e finzione? O la necessità di conciliare il suo desiderio di denuncia civile con le regole della drammaturgia? L’articolo ricostruisce le scelte compiute dall’autrice nel corso della sua  attività di sceneggiatrice da “I cento passi” a “Il nostro generale”.The film and television story has developed numerous narratives of organized crime, so much so that it has made a decisive contribution to the creation of its imagery. But what tools does a screenwriter have at his disposal when dealing with these issues? How does he manage the relationship between reality and fiction? Or the need to reconcile his desire for civic condemnation with the rules of dramaturgy? The article reconstructs the choices made by the author during her career as a screenwriter from “I cento passi” to “Il nostro generale”

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    Ancient Authors   2023.3.5.01 Clayman, D. L. 2022. Callimachus, edited and translated. 3 volumes. Cambridge, MA. (ISBN 9780674997349; 9780674997332; 9780674997493)   2023.3.5.02 Fries, A. 2023. Pindar’s First Pythian Ode. Text, Introduction and Commentary. Untersuchungen zur antiken Literatur und Geschichte 151. Berlin/Boston. (ISBN 9783111126005)   2023.3.5.03 Helmer, E. 2019. Platon. Ménexène; introduction, nouvelle traduction (texte grec en regard) et commentaire. Paris. (ISBN 9782711628261)   2023.3.5.04 Levitan, W. and S. Lombardo. 2022. Tales of Dionysus: the Dionysica of Nonnus of Panopolis. Ann Arbor. (ISBN 9780472133116)   2023.3.5.05 Watanabe, J. and C. Pérez Díaz. 2023. Antigona: a bilingual edition with critical essays. Classics and the postcolonial. Abingdon/New York. (ISBN 9780367713386)   Books   2023.3.5.06 Brenk, F. E. 2023. Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Edited by L. Roig Lanzilotta. Leiden/Boston. (ISBN 9789004531956)   2023.3.5.07 David, S. 2023. De Cadmos à Créon: de la Thèbes mythique à la Thèbes tragique. Paris. (ISBN 9782848678603)   2023.3.5.08 Demulder, B. 2022. Plutarch’s Cosmological Ethics. Leuven. (ISBN 9789461664518).   2023.3.5.09 Dova, S. 2020. The poetics of failure in ancient Greece. Abingdon/New York. (ISBN  9781472479112)   2023.3.5.10 Eisenfeld, H. 2022. Pindar and Greek religion: theologies of mortality in the Victory Odes. Cambridge/New York. (ISBN 9781108831192)   2023.3.5.11 Harman, R. 2023. The Politics of Viewing in Xenophon’s Historical Narratives. London/New York. (ISBN 9781350159020)   2023.3.5.12 Karakantza, E. D. 2023. Antigone. Gods and heroes of the ancient world. Abingdon/New York. (ISBN 9781138347823)   2023.3.5.13 Kappelos, A. 2022. The orators and their treatment of the recent past. Trends in classics, supplementary volumes 113. Berlin/Boston. (ISBN 9783110791815)   2023.3.5.14 Lasine, S. 2023. Divine envy, jealousy, and vengefulness in ancient Israel and Greece. London/New York, esp. chapter 5. (ISBN 9781032261799)   2023.3.5.15 Lesage Gárriga, L. 2023. Plutarch's Moon. A New Approach to De facie quae in orbe lunae apparet. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 12. Leiden/Boston. (ISBN 9789004544161)   2023.3.5.16 Michels, J. A. 2022. Agenorid Myth in the Bibliotheca of Pseudo-Apollodorus. A Philological Commentary of Bibl. III.1-56 and a Study into the Composition and Organization of the Handbook. Berlin/Boston, esp. pp. 383-745. (ISBN 9783110602791)   2023.3.5.17 Pantelia, M. C. 2022. Thesaurus linguae Graecae: a bibliographic guide to the Canon of Greek authors and works. Oakland. (ISBN 9780520388192)   2023.3.5.18 Radding, J. 2022. Poetry and the polis in Euripidean tragedy. Washington, D.C. (ISBN 9780674278530)   2023.3.5.19 Roskam, G. 2021. Plutarch. New surveys in the classics 47. Cambridge. (ISBN 9781009108225)   2023.3.5.20 Scarborough, M. 2023. The Aeolic Dialects of Ancient Greek. A Study in Historical Dialectology and Linguistic Classification. Leiden. (ISBN 978-90-04-43321-2)   2023.3.5.21 Tsagalis, C. 2022. Early Greek epic: language, interpretation, performance. Trends in classics. Supplementary volumes 138. Berlin/Boston, esp. pp. 209-281. (ISBN 9783110993721)   2023.3.5.22 Williams, G. 2022. On Ovid’s Metamorphoses. New York. (ISBN 9780231200707)   Articles   2023.3.5.23 Alcaras, A. 2020. “Τέρμα, Frontières et limites dans la troisième Olympique de Pindare.” Bulletin de l’Association Guillaume Budé 2020: 55-75.   2023.3.5.24 Arampapaslis, K. 2022. “Eteocles’ Aeschylean Dream in Statius’ Thebaid Through the Reader's Eyes.” The Classical Quarterly 72: 316-326.   2023.3.5.25 Bocholier, J. 2020. “Rite et songe, des Choéphores d’Eschyle à Iphigénie en Tauride d’Euripide.” Bulletin de l’Association Guillaume Budé 2020: 76-99.   2023.3.5.26 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “‘Most Beautiful and Divine’: Graeco-Romans (Especially Plutarch) and Paul on Love and Marriage.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 262-294.   2023.3.5.27 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “‘None Greater than in the Holy City’: Lucian, Pausanias, and Plutarch on Religious.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 180-195.   2023.3.5.28 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “‘Searching for Truth?’: Plutarch’s On Isis and Osiris.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 154-179.   2023.3.5.29 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “‘In Learned Conversation:’ Plutarch’s Symposiac Literature and the Elusive Authorial Voice.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/ Boston: 21-34.   2023.3.5.30 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “A Name by Any Name? The Allegorizing Etymologies of Philo and Plutarch.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 217-243.   2023.3.5.31 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Looking at Conjectures (Guesses?) in Plutarch’s Dialogue on Love.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 83-94.   2023.3.5.32 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Philo and Plutarch on the Nature of God.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 199-216.   2023.3.5.33 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Plutarch and Pagan Monotheism.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 137-153.   2023.3.5.34 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Plutarch on the Christians: Why So Silent? Ignorance, Indifference or Indignity?” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 295-313.   2023.3.5.35 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Plutarch the Greek in the Roman Questions.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (eds.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 95-109.   2023.3.5.36 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Plutarch: Philosophy, Religion and Ethics.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 113-136.   2023.3.5.37 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Plutarch’s Flawed Characters: The Personae of the Dialogues.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 3-20.   2023.3.5.38 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Plutarch’s Monotheism and the New Testament.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 244-261.   2023.3.5.39 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Sliding Atoms or Supernatural Light: Plutarch’s Erotikos and the ‘On Eros’ Literature.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 75-82.   2023.3.5.40 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Space, Time, and Language in On the Oracles of the Pythia: 3.000 Years of History, Never Proved Wrong.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 35-46.   2023.3.5.41 Brenk, F. E. 2023. “Voices from the Past: Quotations and Intertextuality: The Oracles at Delphi.” In F. E. Brenk and L. Roig Lanzilotta (ed.), Plutarch on Literature, Graeco-Roman Religion, Jews and Christians. Brill’s Plutarch Studies volume 11. Leiden/Boston: 47-74.   2023.3.5.42 Breunisse, M. 2023. “Haec urbs est Thebae. Proximal Deixis in the Prologue to Plautus’ Amphitruo.” Mnemosyne 76.2: 230-257.   2023.3.5.43 Buè, F. 2021. “Archery, Birds, and Sounds in a Metaphorical Passage. A Study of Pindar, Olympian II, 83-90.” In F. Buè and A. Vannini (eds.), Sonus in Metaphora. Besançon: 35-55.   2023.3.5.44 Clark, J. T. 2022. “Euripides’ Phoenissae and Summoned Entrances in Greek Tragedy.” Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 62: 263-279.   2023.3.5.45 D’Alessio, G. 2022. “The politics and poetics of salvation: communication strategies in Pindar, Empedocles and the Getty Hexameters.” La parola del passato 77: 27-57.   2023.3.5.46 Ellis, A. and A. Tibiletti. 2023. “Reassessing Pindar, Pyth. 11, 50a-58.” Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 133.1: 11-20.   2023.3.5.47 Fátima da Silva, de, M. 2021. “Héracles, versões dramáticas de um mito popular.” In M. Carmen Encinas Reguero and J. Bilbao Ruiz (eds.), Theatron kai zōē: estudios de teatro griego en honor de la profesora Milagros Quijada Sagredo. Madrid: 183-196.   2023.3.5.48 Godard, P. 2020. “L’Éternité du ΚΛΕΟΣ. Au bord de la tombe, trois héros de Sophocle parlent d’avenir.” Bulletin de l’Association Guillaume Budé 2020: 44-67.   2023.3.5.49 Goldhill, S. 2022. “Sophocles’ Antigone, Feminism’s Hegel and the Politics of Form.” In P. Vasunia (ed.), The Politics of Form in Greek Literature. London/New York: 49-64.   2023.3.5.50 Ka Chun Tang, H. 2022. “Pelops and Myrtilos: Reassessing the Ekphrasis in Statius, Thebaid 6.283-5.” The Classical Quarterly 72: 327-337.   2023.3.5.51 Katarzyna Jażdżewska, K. 2022. “The Twelfth Congress of The International Plutarch Society: ‘Plutarch and His Contemporaries: Sharing the Roman Empire’ (2-5 September 2021).” Meander 77: 229-231.   2023.3.5.52 Kovacs, D. 2022. “‘What Harbour Will There Not Be For Your Cries?’ (420) and Other Textual Problems in Sophocles’ Oedipvs Tyrannvs.” The Classical Quarterly 72: 101-108.   2023.3.5.53 Lane, N. 2022. “Pindar, Nemean 1.24.” The Classical Quarterly 72: 939-942.   2023.3.5.54 Laplace, M. 2019. “Les romans de Chariton et d’Achille Tatios en regard de la IIe Olympique de Pindare.” Bulletin de l’Association Guillaume Budé 2019: 106-125.   2023.3.5.55 Lehnus, L. 2022. “Postille inedite di Paul Maas al volume XXIII degli Oxyrhynchus Papyri (Stesicoro, Bacchilide, Sofocle, Corinna, Callimaco).” La parola del passato 77: 83-96.   2023.3.5.56 Mackenzie, T. 2022. “Rationality and Presocratic cosmology in Sophocles’ Antigone.” The Journal of Hellenic Studies 142: 30-48.   2023.3.5.57 Manousakis, N. 2023. “Authorship Analysis and the Ending of Seven Against Thebes: Aeschylus’ Antigone or Updating Adaptation?” Classical World 116: 247-274.   2023.3.5.58 Mariat, L. 2021. “Rhétorique et philosophie acoustique: Plutarque et la tradition de l’éthique musicale.” In F. 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    L’incanto dell’Oltre. Dalla Sacra Scrittura alla poesia religiosa di Carlo Betocchi

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    [Italiano]: ll saggio, amplissimo per estensione multidisciplinare, considera il tempo nella sua tridimensionalità (cronologica, cairotica e aionica e, in Betocchi, dinamica, continuata e statica) come forma e vita dello Spirito, ossia come “Incanto dell’Oltre”, ovvero come passaggio dall’ambiguo Disincanto di un soggetto agglutinante di un Ignoto divorante all’Itinerarium in Deum, alla ricerca di un Fondamento Altro, tra il Tempo della Storia e il desiderio dell’Eterno, sulle tracce di Abramo, e ci offre, nella poesia di Betocchi che si fa preghiera, una riflessione teologica sulla creazione, tra fabula e intreccio narrativo, nella dimensione lineare di un tempo teleologico finalmente ritrovato./[English]: The essay, a wide-ranging one due to its multidisciplinary nature, focuses on time in its triple dimension (chronological, kairotic, aionic and, in Betocchi, dynamic, continuous, and static) as shape and life of the Spirit, namely as “the enchantment of the Beyond”, a passage from the ambiguous disenchantment of an agglutinating subject of a devouring Unknown to the Itinerarium in Deum, searching for an Other Foundation, between the Time of History and the wish for the Eternal, in the steps of Abraham. As such, in Betocchi’s poetry as a prayer, it offers a theological reflection on creation, between fabula and narrative plot, within a linear dimension of a teleological time rediscovered at last

    Get Lost in a Dream. Franco Scaldati from an (im)possible entomological perspective in Pupa Regina. Opere di fango et ultra

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    Drammaturgo ancora trascurato, Franco Scaldati rappresenta un unicum nel panorama italiano in virtù di un corpus di opere in cui la lingua palermitana risuona con incredibile forza poetica. Il saggio intende far luce sull’artista attraverso una prospettiva inedita che fa leva sullo studio degli animali e dell’animalità – zoöesis, come la definisce Una Chaudhuri – nei suoi drammi. In particolar modo, a essere approfondite sono le figure degli insetti. Cosa rappresentano questi animali? Che rapporto intercorre tra l’umano e l’animale? Qual è la linea di confine fra i due mondi? Quanto gli insetti possono essere considerati motore drammaturgico dell’opera scaldatiana? Punto di partenza e, contemporaneamente, di irraggiamento sulla produzione di Scaldati è l’analisi di Pupa Regina. Opere di fango e l’emersione di api e lucciole, insetti, questi ultimi, che ritornano anche nella scrittura del “finale mancante” de I giganti della montagna di Luigi Pirandello per l’allestimento di Federico Tiezzi (2007).Playwright still neglected, Franco Scaldati represents a unicum in the Italian scene by virtue of an immense corpus of work in which the Palermitan language resonates with incredible poetic force. This paper aims to shed light on the Sicilian artist through an unprecedented perspective that draws on the study of animals and animality – zoöesis, as Una Chaudhuri defines it – in his plays. In particular, the role of insects will be explored. What do these animals represent? What is the relationship between humans and animals? What is the borderline between the two worlds? To what extent can insects be considered the dramaturgical engine of Scaldati’s work? The starting point and, at the same time, of irradiation on Scaldati’s production is the analysis of Pupa Regina. Opere di fango and the emergence of bees and fireflies, insects, the latter, which return also in the writing of the “missing ending” of The Mountain Giants by Luigi Pirandello in the 2007 staging directed by Federico Tiezzi

    ΑΚΡΙΒΕΙΑ. Lo stile esatto nella retorica greca

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    Il volume esplora il concetto di akribeia, la precisione formale, nella retorica greca antica dai primordi fino all’età imperiale. La riflessione sull’akribeia retorico-stilistica si configura come un osservatorio sullo specifico letterario e sulla consapevolezza del suo manifestarsi. Individuata originariamente come criterio di eccellenza nella pratica delle technai, in particolare delle arti figurative (che offrono un ampio repertorio di paragoni esplicativi), l’akribeia si rivela invece un parametro controverso nel campo della parola. Nell’arco del tempo se ne discutono i limiti, dalla riduzione dell’efficacia persuasiva dell’oratore che scrive invece di improvvisare, fino all’attendibilità come metro per valutare l’eccellenza letteraria, che non si fa ridurre alle categorie dei saperi specialistici

    Metri dell'epica nella lirica di Euripide: risonanze e rimodulazioni

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    This paper examines how Euripides uses and reshapes metrical patterns from the epic-lyric tradition – dactyls, dactylo-epitrites, anapaests – in his tragedies Andromache, Hecuba, and Trojan Women. The use of these meters associated with a formal register of epic style gives the text a peculiar semantic value

    Ο μύθος του Θυέστη στην Αρχαία Ελληνική Γραμματεία και ο τρόπος που αποτυπώνεται στο θεατρικό έργο Τieste της Αngelica Palli- Bartolomei. Συγκλίσεις και αποκλίσεις

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    Ο μύθος του Θυέστη και του Ατρέα, από τους πιο αποτρόπαιους της αρχαίας ελληνικής μυθολογίας, υπήρξε διαδεδομένο τραγικό θέμα από την πραγμάτευση του οποίου όμως, δεν μας έχει παραδοθεί καμία ολοκληρωμένη αρχαιοελληνική τραγωδία. Η Αngelica Palli Bartolomei, σημαντική μορφή του παροικιακού ελληνισμού της πόλης του Λιβόρνο κατά τον 19ο αι αλλά και δυναμική πατριώτισσα στρατευμένη στην υπόθεση της ιταλικής Παλιγγενεσίας, εξέδωσε το 1820 την πρώτη της τραγωδία με τίτλο Tieste. Στόχος της εργασίας αυτής είναι να παρουσιάσει ομοιότητες και διαφορές ανάμεσα στον τρόπο που η Palli αποτυπώνει τον αρχαιοελληνικό μύθο του Θυέστη στο έργο της και στα αρχαιοελληνικά αποσπάσματα, τα οποία αποτελούν και τις βασικές πηγές της γνώσης μας για τον χειρισμό του μύθου από τους αρχαίους Έλληνες. Στο πρώτο μέρος επιχειρείται η ανασύνθεση του μύθου του Θυέστη μέσω των σημαντικότερων αποσπασμάτων των σχετικών με τον μύθο του Θυέστη, τα οποία διασώζονται στον Όμηρο και σε κάποιες τραγωδίες των τριών μεγάλων τραγικών ποιητών, Αισχύλου, Σοφοκλή και Ευριπίδη. Επίσης αναφέρονται οι απόψεις σημαντικών επιστημόνων σχετικά με την ανασύνθεση του μύθου από τα σωζόμενα αποσπάσματα των χαμένων τραγωδιών με σχετικούς τίτλους, καθώς και κείμενα φιλοσοφικά, περιηγητικά, ιστορικά, ρητορικά ή ακόμα και κωμικής ποίησης τα οποία παρέχουν έμμεσες μαρτυρίες για τη διάδοση του μύθου. Στο δεύτερο μέρος παρουσιάζεται το θεατρικό της Palli και στο τέλος επιχειρείται η συνεξέταση και αναδεικνύονται τα ιδιαίτερα χαρακτηριστικά με τα οποία η Palli προίκισε το έργο της.Angelica Palli Bartolomei, an important figure of the greek community of Livorno during the 19th century but also a vigorous supporter of the italian independence, published her first tragedy, Tieste, in 1820. Thyestes’ myth, one of the most abominable of ancient Greek mythology, was a well known tragic issue in ancient greek drama. However the Thyestean tragedies are lost and our knowledge is limited, based mainly on extracts and fragments. The purpose of this dissertation is to present the similarities and differences between Thyestes’ myth in Palli’s play and the ancient Greek extracts and fragments. In the first part, is attempted the reconstruction of Thyestes’ myth through homeric passages and Aeschylus’, Sophocles’ and Euripides’ extracts. Furthermore, the reconstruction of the myth includes not only fragments of the relevant lost tragedies but also philosophical, historical, rhetorical texts and comedies, which offer indirect evidence for the myth’s dissemination. In the second part, Palli's play is presented, and lastly, a comparison is attempted and the distinct features which Palli utilized to endowe her work are highlighted

    Contributo allo studio del dovere di osservanza della legge

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    Il lavoro di ricerca, destinato alla produzione di una tesi di dottorato, si è incentrato sull’indagine a proposito di una frazione dell’articolo 54 della Costituzione italiana. La norma infatti sembra prevedere un dovere costituzionale di osservanza delle leggi, la cui disamina è stata organizzata su quattro momenti, tradotti in altrettanti capitoli. Il primo si occupa della categoria dei doveri costituzionali in generale, con lo scopo di preparare il campo a una trattazione specifica del dovere di osservanza della legge. L’analisi ha riguardato soprattutto la definizione e la distinzione dei doveri costituzionali e dei doveri pubblici, oltre che l’identificazione dei doveri inderogabili. Il secondo prende le mosse dall’analisi storica dei lavori in Assemblea Costituente, spostandosi poi verso la storia costituzionale e del materiale che fu nelle disponibilità dei costituenti, al fine di verificare se vi fossero dei precedenti storici che potessero giustificare l’adozione della norma da me studiata. Ritrovati alcuni precedenti storici, si è reso necessario l’approfondimento delle Carte in parola, per poter ricercare dei collegamenti tra le esperienze e poter capire se vi esistesse una ragione comune nell’aver adottato la norma e se tale ragione, se esistesse, si riconnettesse alla nostra Carta. Particolare attenzione è stata dedicata allo Statuto albertino, alla Costituzione romana e a quella della Repubblica di Salò. Successivamente, si è proseguito spostandosi sulle Costituzioni odierne, specie sulla comparazione con le Carte più rilevanti in prospettiva storica. Nel terzo capitolo, si affronta da prima lo studio dei principali autori che nella dottrina costituzionalistica si sono occupati del tema e di quelli che l’hanno sviluppato nel campo della teoria generale e della filosofia del diritto. Poi, si analizza il rapporto tra il dovere di osservanza della legge e altri istituti del diritto pubblico, come quello della pubblicazione e promulgazione della legge. Infine, nel quarto e ultimo capitolo, ci si dedica a quelle situazioni o istituti in cui parrebbe che il dovere di osservanza ceda il passo a considerazioni differenti, che bilanciano l’aspetto di doverosità con altre esigenze
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