An (im)possible conversation
One of the interlocutors is dead. He is no longer here, or maybe he will be here forever. This is a conversation with a ghost, the ghost of Karl Marx from Trier.
The global financial crisis in 2008 caused a renewed interest in the work of Karl Marx. For the growing impoverishment of Developed Countries, the increase in social inequality, the threat of wars and unemployment, many wondered if Marxism could be a possible and plausible alternative to the “global tentacular globalization system”. Against this background, Nicola Spada decided to have a meeting with Karl Marx. It has not been easy; the thinker does not like to be caught in the spotlight.
His words are sharp, analytic, surprising. In this dialogue, the pillars of Marxism are discussed in detail. A hard operation, resulting in success, an essay available to every reader. Politics, science, ethics, theology, what would you like to ask the father of Socialism?, in this book you will find the answers.
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Nicola Spada is originally from Gonnesa, a small town in Sulcis Iglesiente, an area located in the south-west of Sardinia. He obtained an undergraduate degree in Philosophy, a master’s degree in Legal Psychology, and a master’s degree in Graphology. Spada works as a support teacher in High School. He lives in Cagliari with his wife and their two daughters. He is the author of Verba volant, scripta manent… fortasse, (La Riflessione Cagliari, 2008); Frei sein ist nichts, frei werden ist der Himmel, Fare Filosofia alla Scuola Elementare (La Riflessione Cagliari, 2008); Nemo intrat in caelum, nisi per Philoso-phiam (La Riflessione Cagliari, 2009).
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