Events of 2019

2019
22 November 2019

Il 203° meeting del Comitato Esecutivo di Liberal International a Fes, Marocco

Il 203° meeting del Comitato Esecutivo di Liberal International si svolgerà alle porte della rotta commerciale transahariana e dell’antica capitale del Marocco, Fes. Dal 22 al 24 novembre 2019, la famiglia liberale mondiale si riunirà in quella che una volta era una delle più grandi città del mondo, famosa per… [...]

01 October 2019

Presentazione del libro “La legge sblocca cantieri”

    La Fondazione Luigi Einaudi è lieta di invitarVi alla presentazione del volume: “La legge sblocca cantieri” curato da Marco Mariani, Leonardo Spagnoletti e Emilio Toma (Giappichelli, 2019)   Conversazione su “I CONTRATTI PUBBLICI NELL’ERA DELLA CODIFICAZIONE”   Indirizzi di saluto GIUSEPPE BENEDETTO Presidente Fondazione Luigi Einaudi   Presiede GIANCARLO MONTEDORO Presidente di Sezione del… [...]

20 September 2019
18 July 2019

Citizens in the internet era

  ABOUT THE EVENT Being a citizen in the Internet era means being aware that digitalization is an extraordinary opportunity, not something that should scare us. It is not even a phenomenon that we can take lightly, since it is sophisticated and complex. We need mature and aware individuals: people… [...]

03 July 2019

Human Rights infringed by Courts

With Mr. Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata [FLE Department of International Relations, President], Dr. Milosz Hodun [ELF Board member], Mr. Davide Giacalone [FLE Deputy President], Prof. Caterina Fratea [Professor at the Verona University], Mrs. Laura Harth [Global Committee for the Rule of Law]. More than 60 people attended the event.

25 June 2019
24 June 2019

(Brussels, Belgium) ELF Idea Incubator – “The quality of governance in the EU”, Panel discussion hosted by Fondazione Luigi Einaudi

Speakers: Prof. Roberto Ricciuti (Director of Economics, University of Verona), Prof. Francisco Veiga (President of the School of Economics and Management, University of Minho); Leo Hoffmann-Axthelm, Research & Advocacy Coordinator Transparency International.  Moderator: Marco Mariani (FLE European Affairs Director).

18 June 2019
17 June 2019
15 June 2019
14 June 2019

(Istambul, Turkey): Ralf Dahrendorf Roundtable: “Quo Vadis Populism: A Liberal Response to Populist Challenge”

Prof. Emma Galli, the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi Scientific Director was panelist at the Session 1: “What is Populism? Why is it rising now?” and Session 2: “Participation to a workshop on Populism” (from Friday June 14 afternoon to Sunday June 16).  3. Contribution with an article on Italy to be published… [...]

14 June 2019
11 June 2019

The future of Europe, the digital revolution and big data

The AISES Academy, in collaboration with Fondazione Luigi Einaudi Onlus and Diplomatia, is pleased to invite you to the conference “Algorithms to power. Geopolitical, economic and regulatory scenarios “, next Monday 17 June, from 3 pm, in the Chamber of Deputies, Parliamentary Group Room. The event, in which the research… [...]

07 June 2019
31 May 2019
30 May 2019

Liberalism School 2019- Messina: Enzo Palumbo´s lesson on the theme “Humboldt and Liberalism as the limit of the authority of the State”

After comparing the tasks of the State in the ancient age (in particular the Greek one) and in the modern one, Humboldt makes this reflection: although the modern State deals with «rather than what the citizen possesses, and not what is , of its physical, intellectual and moral development, like… [...]

24 May 2019
24 May 2019
23 May 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Messina: Eugenio Guccione lesson on “From Rosmini’s Liberalism to Sturzo’s popularism”

The thirteenth lesson at the “School of Liberalism of Messina 2019” on the theme “From the liberalism of Rosmini to the popularism of Sturzo” was held on May 23rd, at the Aularium of the University, by Eugenio Guccione, already ordinary of “History of doctrines policies »at the University of Palermo… [...]

20 May 2019
15 May 2019
13 May 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Messina: lesson by Maurizio Ballistreri on the theme “Carlo Rosselli and liberal socialism”

Maurizio Ballistreri, a labor lawyer at the University of Messina and a former member of the Sicilian Parliament, recalled the figure of Carlo Rosselli, a great anti-fascist, murdered by fascist assassins during his exile in France in 1937 and his important theoretical elaboration based on a vision voluntaristic and not… [...]

09 May 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Rome: Lorenzo Infantino’s lesson on “Hayek and the problem of individualism”

Video recording of the debate entitled “School of Liberalism 2019 – Lecture by Lorenzo Infantino entitled:” Hayek and the problem of individualism “, recorded in Rome on Thursday 9 May 2019 at 15:03. Speakers: Delia Mangiaracina (Liberalism Rome school coordinator), Lorenzo Infantino (Professor of Methodology of Social Sciences at LUISS… [...]

06 May 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Messina: Giuseppe Gembillo’s lesson on “Heisenberg, Prigogine and Scientific Liberalism”

In this intervention it was intended to show how the relationship between Liberalism and Science, which for a long time was characterized by absolute, reciprocal, incompatibility, has gradually changed, following and as a consequence of the scientific revolutions of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, in a relationship of mutual integration… [...]

03 May 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Messina: Giuseppe Giordano lesson on “Popper and liberalism as an open society”

Karl Raymund Popper comes to liberalism in a mature phase of his philosophical training. Presented as an epistemologist and philosopher of science, the Austrian thinker elaborates a new methodology, based on the criterion of falsifiability of scientific theories and on the progress of science through trial and error. This methodology… [...]

29 April 2019

Liberalism School 2019- Messina: Giuseppe Giordano’s lesson on “Cross and Liberalism as Metapolitics”

The lesson of prof. Giuseppe Giordano dealt with Benedetto Croce’s liberalism as a “metapolitical” vision. It has been pointed out that Croce’s liberalism acquires meaning only if it is placed on the foundation of the philosophy of Croce. In this perspective it is fundamental to remember that this philosophy is… [...]

26 April 2019
17 April 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Rome: Carlo Nordio’s lesson on “Garantism”

Within the School of Liberalism 2019, scheduled from February 28th to May 16th. Video recording of “School of Liberalism 2019 – Guarantee – Lesson of Carlo Nordio”, recorded in Rome on Wednesday 17 April 2019 at 15:00. The event was organized by the Luigi Einaudi Foundation Onlus for Studies in… [...]

15 April 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Messina: Pippo Rao´s lesson on the subject “Croce, Einaudi, Valitutti. Liberals and School”

Pippo Rao, during his speech, highlighted the reasons why liberals have always given a fundamental importance to the School. Crossing the themes of the liberal commitment from the correct School / Society Relationship, to the Equality of the starting points, to the Right to Education, to the abolition of the… [...]

11 April 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Roma: Carlo Stagnaro’s lesson on “Protectionism”

Video recording of the debate entitled “2019 Liberalism School – Lecture by Carlo Stagnaro on:” Protectionism “, recorded in Rome on Thursday 11 April 2019 at 3.15pm. Speakers: Delia Mangiaracina (coordinator of the Research Department of the Luigi Einaudi Foundation), Carlo Stagnaro (director of the Observatory on the digital economy… [...]

11 April 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Messina: Giuseppe Sobbrio’s lesson on “Adam Smith and Liberalism as an economic organization”

Adam Smith is the founder of the political economy. It was born with him, not by chance in the United Kingdom, precisely because between the aforementioned and the continent, dominated by absolute monarchies, there were profound differences. Moreover the United Kingdom recognized the right to private property and ownership of… [...]

08 April 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Messina: Giovanni Moschella´s lessons on “Montesquieu and liberalism as an institutional form”

“Montesquieu and liberalism as an institutional form” is the title of the report held on 8 April at the School of Liberalism by prof. Giovanni Moschella. It was an opportunity to retrace the cornerstones of Montesquieu’s thought, from the concept of political and civil liberty, to the principle of separation… [...]

04 April 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Roma: Emma Galli´s lessons on “The Public Choice and the liberal tradition on finance”

Video recording of the debate entitled “2019 Liberalism School – Lecture by Emma Galli (Professor of Finance at La Sapienza) on ” The Public Choice and the liberal tradition on finance “, recorded in Rome on Thursday 4 April 2019 at 15:00. Debate organized by the Luigi Einaudi Foundation Onlus… [...]

04 April 2019
01 April 2019

Liberalism School 2019 – Messina: Rosa Faraone´s lessons on “Locke and liberalism as tolerance”

With a lecture on “Locke and Liberalism as Tolerance”, held by Professor Rosa Faraone, professor of History of Philosophy in the Department of Ancient and Modern Civilization of the University of Messina, the 2019 edition was inaugurated today in the University Library of the Messina Liberalism School of the Luigi… [...]

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