"Scenari” aims to propose itself as a cultural reference for heterogeneous disciplinary fields in dialogue with each other: contemporary philosophy (Aesthetics, Theoretical Philosophy, Moral Philosophy, Political Philosophy), Cinema and New Media, and Visual Culture Studies. In recent years, Mimesis has gradually expanded the number of its authors, readers and collaborators, to form a small galaxy in the Italian intellectual landscape in the field of philosophy. Hence the idea of ​​a journal attentive to the hot topics of the contemporary debate, able to focus on current philosophical discussions and with the aim of proposing original approaches. The topics include theoretical reflections that extend to the wider domain of socio-political life, always maintaining a scientific vocation in the exposition of essays. By encouraging the exploration of different domains of art, related to specific problems of philosophy, “Scenari” presents the reader with in-depth arguments on topics such as image theories, approaches to virtual reality, visual intelligence, gender ideology, music, intermediation. Without privileging a particular philosophical current, the journal tries to investigate possible points of intersection between European continental philosophy and Anglo-American traditions. Solid scientific committees attributable to different disciplinary fields are the quality's guarantee of the essays published here, which will offer the reader an immediate overview of the contemporary debates that animate European and intercontinental universities.

Scenari. Rivista semestrale di filosofia contemporanea & nuovi media / stefano marino. - In: SCENARI. - ISSN 2420-8914. - (In stampa/Attività in corso).

Scenari. Rivista semestrale di filosofia contemporanea & nuovi media

stefano marino
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"Scenari” aims to propose itself as a cultural reference for heterogeneous disciplinary fields in dialogue with each other: contemporary philosophy (Aesthetics, Theoretical Philosophy, Moral Philosophy, Political Philosophy), Cinema and New Media, and Visual Culture Studies. In recent years, Mimesis has gradually expanded the number of its authors, readers and collaborators, to form a small galaxy in the Italian intellectual landscape in the field of philosophy. Hence the idea of ​​a journal attentive to the hot topics of the contemporary debate, able to focus on current philosophical discussions and with the aim of proposing original approaches. The topics include theoretical reflections that extend to the wider domain of socio-political life, always maintaining a scientific vocation in the exposition of essays. By encouraging the exploration of different domains of art, related to specific problems of philosophy, “Scenari” presents the reader with in-depth arguments on topics such as image theories, approaches to virtual reality, visual intelligence, gender ideology, music, intermediation. Without privileging a particular philosophical current, the journal tries to investigate possible points of intersection between European continental philosophy and Anglo-American traditions. Solid scientific committees attributable to different disciplinary fields are the quality's guarantee of the essays published here, which will offer the reader an immediate overview of the contemporary debates that animate European and intercontinental universities.
In corso di stampa
2017
Scenari. Rivista semestrale di filosofia contemporanea & nuovi media / stefano marino. - In: SCENARI. - ISSN 2420-8914. - (In stampa/Attività in corso).
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