The Opinion

My Christmas gift to you

by Ayfer Selamoğlu

That’s why I want to give you an extraordinary gift. I believe love is the best gift, so I am sending you this gift. The story “The Gift of the Magi” by O. Henry as a Christmas present…

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“The Banality of Evil”

The opinion: by Ayfer Selamoğlu

At such a time, it would be suitable for us to rethink the theory of “The Banality of Evil” by Hannah Arendt, one of the influential political theorists of the twentieth century.

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One survived!

The opinion – by Andira Vitale

It’s a story I love…
While a man was walking along the ocean beach, he stumbled upon a man hastily throwing something into the sea.
As he gets closer to the man, he realises that this person has thrown the beached starfish into the sea.

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May 1 and Hawthorn Blossom

The opinion – by Andira Vitale
It was May 1 in 1891. Half of the Fourmies, where Maria Blondeau lived as a cotton worker, was in the textile industry.

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Mirror of San Remo!

“If you feel pain, you’re alive. If you feel other people’s pain, you’re a human being,” says Leo Tolstoy. In this context, the importance of art emerges:

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Why did Melony win?

The opinion – Andira Vitale

Can we analyze the present in the spirit and terms of the past? Italo Calvino, one of Italy’s prides, has a saying for such situations: “We live in a country where results are always discussed, not causes.”

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Hit the McCarthy mentality, not the pigeons!

The opinion – by Ayfer Selamoğlu

As the American intellectual Howard Zinn said, we don’t need big, heroic acts to participate in the process of changing the world. Small actions, when multiplied by millions, can change the world…
I congratulate those who protested the removal of Dostoevsky lectures from the program of the University of Bicocca in Milan…

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Ser-Mar winds of peace…

The comment by Ayfer Selamoğlu
According to the science of psychology, it takes 8 hours to get rid of boredom, and 35 hours for joy and happiness. The re-election of President Sergio Mattarella turned these data upside down.

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Who will pull out the sword in the stone?

by Ayfer Selamoğlu

We are familiar with the legends about King Arthur, the leader of the Knights of the Round Table, and the famous sword Excalibur. The inscription on the stone reads: “Whoever draws this sword will be the legitimate king of Britain”. Today, there is a sword waiting to be drawn in the heart of Italy.

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The opinion

by Ayfer Selamoğlu
“And then we went out to see the stars again” Dante…

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