Gérald Sfez presents us with a fine and fair analysis of the thought of Leo Strauss.
At the source of the link between Athens and Jerusalem, to project us towards our contemporary issues.
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A cry that comes to us from Italy asks us to get Europe out of the mirages of unconditional welcome to immigrants.
She comes out in dispersed order.
But Simone thinks it's too late.
Raffaele Simone is not a libellist of the post-Mussolini right, but a respected intellectual of the Italian left.
A sort of Régis Debray, just as pessimistic, eurosceptic and grumpy.
But he does not have the shyness of the latter on the migration issue.
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Its pavement in the pond is aimed at the well-meaning of the whole of Europe, partisans of the undifferentiated reception and to the bottom of the migrants who come to Europe to find the comfort of a social democracy.
The ongoing “Great Migration” is conceptualized by Simone as a “fatal event”: something that fundamentally changes the face of a civilization.
By telephone from Rome, he confides in us his concern of a recovery of his speech by the right:
"Do not do that to me!"
This recovery will have
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