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Bruno Trentin. Lavoro, libertà, conoscenza

  • Edited by:
  • Giovanni Mari,
  • Alessio Gramolati,

Bruno Trentin. Lavoro, libertà, conoscenza takes into consideration the figure of Bruno Trentin (1926-2007) and his work as a union leader and politician, his numerous writings in the framework of the history of Republican Italy and the transformations induced by the processes of globalisation. From this reflection, conducted from different disciplinary angles and with different political and cultural sensitivity, what emerges clearly is the extremely idiosyncratic significance of Bruno Trentin in both the practice and the theoretical analysis of the labour struggle and the exploration of its problems. A historic contribution featuring a wealth of suggestions, intuitions and reflections, capable of interpreting events and their potential union and political repercussions, within a project for the enhancement of liberty and the social and cultural role of work conducted in an extraordinarily innovative and far-sighted manner.

  • Keywords:
  • Politica,
  • Sindacato,
  • Bruno Trentin,
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Giovanni Mari

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0001-6045-968X

Alessio Gramolati

CGIL, Confederazione Generale Italiana del Lavoro, Italy

Alessio Gramolati joined the central committee of the metalworkers' union, FIOM, in 1980 and in 1992 was secretary of the Florence branch. After a period as secretary of the Florence metropolitan Chamber of Employment, since 2007 he has been secretary general of the Tuscan branch of the CGIL. His mandates are characterised by a constant unified policy, ongoing attention to issues of democracy and renewal, and a programme oriented to the qualification and growth of negotiation. As regional secretary he fosters a new organisational model based on an enhanced collective action between management, categories and Chambers of Employment, aiming at the integration of the territorial systems and defining new ambits of confederate co-ordination at vast area level.

Giovanni Mari is a professor of History of Philosophy in the Faculty of Education of the University of Florence; he has been Dean of the same Faculty (2003-2006), and is at present the Chairman of Firenze University Press. In 1988 he founded the journal «Iride. Filosofia e discussione pubblica», il Mulino, and in 2009 the international review «Iris. European Journal of Philosophy and Public Debate», Firenze University Press. Among his principal publications, we can mention: Eternità e tempo nell'opera storica, Roma-Bari 1997; Postmoderno, democrazia, storia, Pisa 1998 (trad. ingl., Aurora, Colorado, USA 2006); La filosofia e la società della conoscenza, Pisa 2005. Tra gli articoli: Diritto alla libertà del lavoro, «Iride», 36, 2002; L'ozio come libertà del lavoro, «Iride», 48, 2006; Il lavoro dopo la "fine del lavoro", «Iride», 54, 2008.
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Book Title

Bruno Trentin. Lavoro, libertà, conoscenza

Editors

Giovanni Mari, Alessio Gramolati

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Number of Pages

184

Publication Year

2010

Copyright Information

© 2010 Author(s)

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CC BY-ND 3.0 IT

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/978-88-8453-519-1

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978-88-8453-519-1

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Studi e saggi

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2704-5919

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