Philosopher Nuccio OrdineOne of Europe’s most important thinkers, and just a few weeks ago Princess of Asturias Communication and Humanities Award, died this Saturday in a hospital in Cosenza (Italy), where he was hospitalized for several days after suffering a severe headache. The news was first published on social networks as signs of mourning began to surface for the essayist, a professor at the University of Calabria, and was confirmed by local media in the city of Calabria in the early afternoon, where the Philosopher’s brain death was announced this Saturday.
Italian thinker, professor of Italian Literature at the University of Calabria in Rende. His latest book ‘People are not islands’ (Cliff) was published in Spain earlier this year.It opened with the 2013 best-seller article “The benefit of uselessness,” which closed a cycle devoted to classical culture, humanistic knowledge, and ultimately the art of living well, and after being published in 33 countries.
As Ordine herself told La Nueva España of the group Prensa Ibérica, an article states that “today there is a mentality that only makes money useful, but many other things are needed, such as music, to feed the human spirit.” literature or philosophy that does not create an economic margin and contributes to building a more humane society”.
Ordine, arguably the world’s best-known contemporary Italian essayistHe chaired the International Center for Telesian, Brunian and Campanellian Studies in Cosenza and collaborated with the Italian Center for Renaissance Studies at Harvard University.
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