A conversation with philosopher, writer and university professor Leonardo Caffo
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An exchange through philosophy and architecture, ethics and aesthetics. Philosopher Leonardo Caffo tells us about four huts, those built and inhabited by Thoreau, Le Corbusier, Wittgenstein and Theodor “Unabomber” Kaczynski. Four men, a thinker-writer, an architect, a philosopher and a scientist, make a radical gesture. Four different paths seeking simplicity, intended as a form of both resistance and revolution.
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