15Review. L'Italia romana. Storie di un'ientita incompiuta. A GiardinaThe Classical Review 49 (2): 488-489. 1999.
14On the Horizon of HospitalityCosmos and History 11 (1): 269-284. 2015.Normal 0 0 1 128 734 6 1 901 11.1539 0 0 0 A thrown stone raises the question of the position of authority and does so only by remarking us as responsible for our limits and their transgression, but it also raises the problem of boundaries. Are they natural, or are they inscribed in us? In Ancient Athens, boundary-stones were inscribed with a word that raises the problem of definition by implicating a coincidence of meanings. These stones were never supposed to mark a boundary as an adamantine b…Read more
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