Projects

  • The research program Religious Intolerance: Open Challenges for Education addresses the prevention/contrast of young people’s intolerant and violent discourses or attitudes towards religious minorities by analyzing principles, methods and results of official teachings in school curricula as well as complementary forms of education in formal and informal settings.
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  • The aim of this project is to analyze the relationship between “religion” and violence, considering “religion” not as an independent and decontextualized variable, but as a factor linked to politics, society, culture, economy and ethics.
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  • The aim of this research project is to improve our understanding of the goals, prospects and reach of argumentative debate in responding to religious disagreements.
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  • This project originates from an interdisciplinary reflection on the possible human impacts of creating virtual, 3D replicas of objects which hold religious beliefs.
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  • This research project regards the ethics of medicine interpreted as clinical ethics, research ethics and healthcare organizational ethics. Cazioni sanitarie.
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