The network and the "trilogy" of identity

  • What is it

    Seminar sessions

  • Who it’s for


  • When

    October 2019 - June 2020

The project aims to study the impact of digital technologies on the concept of identity, from the perspective of both the right to personal identity, as the individual's claim to be perceived for what he or she believes he or she is based on his or her experience and beliefs, and cultural identity, i.e. the expectation of recognition emerging from individuals and groups belonging to minority cultures, and political identity, i.e. the collective perception that a given society possesses of itself in view of the pursuit of general interests.

The seminars will propose an interdisciplinary discussiom through the presence of scholars of law, computer science, anthropology, philosophy, pedagogy, political science and sociology to reflect on an elusive topic but very relevant in the three dimensions investigated.

Members of the Research group:
Corrado Caruso, Marina Caporale, Matilde Ratti

In collaboration with:
Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche