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Renato Casarotto con la moglie Goretta Traverso, che, salendo col marito il Gasherbrum II, nel 1985 è divenuta la prima italiana ad aver scalato un Ottomila.

Trenta anni fa esatti moriva uno dei più grandi e famosi scalatori italiani: Renato Casarotto. Era al K2, ma non è neanche esatto dire che in quel 16 luglio sia morto su quella montagna. Il fortissimo vicentino, infatti, cadde in un crepaccio per il cedimento di un ponte di neve quando era già sul ghiacciaio ai piedi della seconda montagna della Terra. Dalla quale era appena sceso dopo essere arrivato in solitario fino a circa 8300 metri lungo lo Sperone Sud Sud Ovest e aver dovuto rinunciare alla vetta a causa del peggiorare del tempo.

Dopo la caduta, era riuscito a parlare alla radio con la moglie, Goretta, che come sempre lo aspettava al campo base. Gli italiani della spedizione Quota 8000 accorsero per soccorrerlo e riuscirono a trasportarlo fuori dal crepaccio, ma le emorragie interne erano troppo gravi e poco dopo Casarotto spirò fra le braccia di Gianni Calcagno.

In quell del 1986 al K2 erano già morti cinque alpinisti: due statunitensi vittime di una valanga, poi i coniugi Barrard, scomparsi mentre scendevano dalla cima e, anche lui in discesa dopo aver aperto insieme a Jerzy Kukuczka una pericolosissima e mai ripetuta via sulla parete Est, il polacco Tadeusz Piotrowski. Non sarebbe finita lì: ad agosto morirono altri sette alpinisti.

Casarotto in quel 1986 aveva 38 anni. Aveva iniziato a scalare piuttosto tardi, durante il servizio militare, ma poi si era totalmente dedicato all mettendo insieme una attività impressionante sia sulle Alpi sia sulle montagne, famose e non, di tutto il Mondo, e caratterizzata in primo luogo dalle tante solitarie.

Ecco un sunto di come la figura del Casarotto alpinista è tratteggiata da Enrico Camanni nel libro storia dell che sarà in edicola con la Gazzetta dello Sport dal 22 e dal 29 agosto (volume 1 e 2. Il libro è stato scritto da Gian Piero Motti nel 1977 e Camanni, che è stato amico e compagno di scalate dell ne ha curato l fino al 1993).

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1983 ritorna alle grandi montagne e in sette giorni scala il notevole sperone nord del Broad Peak Nord (7538 m), in Karakorum. Si riconcilia con l’alta quota. Nel 1984 si sposta in Alaska e lascia la zampata del campione sulla cima più alta, il Mount McKinley, percorrendo in prima ascensione l’interminabile cresta sud est, The ridge of no return : 5 chilometri di sviluppo, un labirinto di cornici infernali, agguerritissime cordate respinte prima e dopo il suo passaggio solitario. E ancora sulle Alpi, nel marzo 1985, porta a compimento un caro progetto che gli è costato ben sei peuterey bambino tentativi: la solitaria invernale della via di Giusto Gervasutti sull’austera parete est delle Grandes Jorasses. Un atto di stima verso il grande alpinista friulano.

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Kemudian, pesawat Garuda Indonesia tergelincir di Landasan Bandara Udara Internasional Hasanuddin, Makassar. Dan, yang terbaru, insiden kebakaran di JW Sky Lounge di terminal 2E Bandara Internasional Soekarno Hatta pada Ahad 5 Juli 2015.

Insiden terbaru ini meski tidak menyebabkan korban jiwa, tetapi telah menyebabkan sekitar 4.500 penumpang penerbangan internasional dan domestik terlantar. Ribuan calon penumpang tertahan di Terminal 2 akibat terbakarnya Gate 3 keberangkatan Luar Negeri di Terminal 2E Bandara Soekarno Hatta.

Diperkirakan luas kerusakan mencapai 200 meter persegi dari total bangunan seluas 300 meter persegi di terminal 2E Bandara Soekarno Hatta. Garuda Indonesia mengalami kerugian besar akibat insiden tersebut.

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Sejak peristiwa kebakaran JW Sky Lounge terjadi pada Minggu pagi pukul 05.50, setidaknya sudah ada 49 penerbangan internasional dan domestik Garuda Indonesia dibatalkan hingga Senin siang, 6 Juli 2015.

Peristiwa kebakaran ini juga menimbulkan pertanyaan besar terkait sistem keamanan Bandara Internasional Soekarno Hatta. Apalagi, kasus terbakar di Bandara Soekarno Hatta bukan kali pertama terjadi.

Kasus serupa sempat terjadi di gerai makanan cepat saji KFC pada 14 Agustus 2014. Juga, kebakaran di restoran Padang di areal parkir kargo yang diduga akibat kompor meledak pada 29 November 2008.

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“Kalau dampak materialnya, kami belum menghitung. Untuk kompensasi penumpang saja kami harus mengeluarkan uang Rp4,9 miliar.

“Kebakaran ini mengirim sinyal tidak baik ke seluruh dunia. Sinyal itu harus ditutup dengan adanya renovasi serius dan menyeluruh terhadap sistem standar pengelolaan airport modern,” kata Fahri.

Perbaikan bandara, menurutnya harus permanen. Bukan tambal sulam yang terjadi belakangan ini. “Tradisi tambal sulam tidak baik. Airport harus terlihat permanen bersih dan kokoh,” katanya.

Selain itu menurut politisi PKS ini, bandara Soekarno Hatta sudah over kapasitas. Kondisi ini memberikan ketidaknyamanan bagi penumpang pesawat baik yang akan berangkat maupun baru tiba di bandara Soekarno Hatta.

Oleh karena itu dibutuhkan tata ulang kembali agar Bandara Soekarno Hatta bisa sesuai standar internasional.

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Dia mengatakan, dalam dua sampai tiga hari, Kementerian Perhubungan akan memberikan rekomendasi ke pengelola bandara Soekarno Hatta untuk diperbaiki guna mencegah kebakaran terulang kembali.

Angkasa Pura (AP) II mengaku akan melakukan audit internal di Bandara Soekarno Hatta untuk mengantisipasi agar kebakaran tidak terjadi lagi di area Bandara.

Direktur Operasional dan Teknik AP II, Djoko Murdjatmodjo, menyatakan ke depan pihaknya akan melakukan audit di seluruh bandara yang dikelola AP II.

“Ke depan kami sedang melakukan audit dengan konsesioner, dengan pihak komersil, kami akan melakukan audit internal, dan dalam waktu dekat akan ada penggantian jaringan listrik,” ujar Djoko.

Dia menjelaskan, jadwal penggantian jaringan listrik yang ada di terminal tersebut seharusnya dilakukan pada tahun depan. Namun dengan adanya kejadian ini, dia akan melakukan penggantian tersebut secepatnya.

“Sehingga ada instalasi baru, kami akan perbaiki juga menyusul dengan perluasan gedung terminal,” tambahnya.

Hingga kini masih belum bisa dipastikan apa penyebab dari kebakaran tersebut. Akan tetapi pihak berwenang melihat ada indikasi bahwa penyebab kecelakaan tersebut adalah dari sistem jaringan listrik.

Sementara untuk Standar Operasional Prosedur (SOP), dia mengaku Angkasa Pura II telah menerapkan dengan baik. Setiap tenant (penyewa), lanjutnya harus memiliki fasilitas standar keselamatan, seperti alat pemadam api ringan (APAR).

“SOP nya ada bahwa setiap tenant harus ada APAR. Dilarang menggunakan kompor minyak, kompor gas, harus kompor listrik,” kata dia.

Dijelaskannya, dalam audit nanti, untuk tenant yang tidak memilki standar sesuai SOP, AP II akan memberlakukan sanksi khusus, seperti peneguran bahkan penyegelan tenant.

Pengakuan Jonan patut diapresiasi. Akan tetapi, harus tegas pula dikatakan bahwa Jonan tidak bisa mencuci tangan dengan melemparkan seluruh kesalahan kepada pengelola bandara.
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City and United to battle for 50m MaguireManchester rivals United and City are set to battle it out for Leicester City centre back Harry Maguire this summer, according to the Daily Star.

The 24 year old joined theFoxes last summer from Hull City for17 million, but theyare now set to demand50m for the England international.

The Netherlands international has made just nine appearances in all competitions this season, having been limited to featuring in the Copa del Rey while Marc Andre ter Stegen lines up between the posts in La Liga and the Champions League.

Having shown an interest in him prior to his departure from Ajax, Bayern are once again considering a move for him but are said to face interest from the Premier League.

Wenger: Arsenal couldn’t afford Evans

Arsene Wenger says Arsenal could not afford to buy Jonny Evans from West Bromwich Albion in January.

The Gunners appeared to be the frontrunners to sign the 30 year old, though Manchester City were also interested.

But, having already decided to spend a club record 55 million on Pierre Emerick Aubameyang,Wenger says the north London side simply could not afford to pay what West Brom wanted while big spending City were in the race.

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Firmino planning long term Liverpool stay

Roberto Firmino is yet to discuss a mooted new contract with Liverpool, but sees himself at Anfield “for years to come”.

Firmino’s form has sparked talk of fresh terms being tabled, but the Samba star is already working under a long term contract and has learned through experience not to read too much into speculation.

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Martinez’s Real Madrid snub confirmed

Lautaro Martinez had the chance to join Real Madrid but has opted for a 27 million switch to Inter,
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His exploits have attracted attention from across Europe, with leading sides having expressed an interest in acquiring his potential.

La Liga giants Real had hoped that their global standing would fire them to the front of the queue, but star studded ranks have actually worked against them as Martinez has decided to seek more regular football in Italy.

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Inter eye De Vrij amid Barca’s 80m Skriniar bid

Barcelona are set to offer 80 million to buy Milan Skriniar from Inter, prompting the Italian club to turn to Stefan de Vrij as the ideal replacement, saysCalciomercato.

Skriniar’s stature in Serie A continues to rise due to his impressive performances since joining from Sampdoria in the summer. The centre back’s displays have convinced the Catalan side to draw up a bid for him, and Inter are concerned enough to start looking at other options.

The Nerazzurri join the likes of Juventus, Manchester United and Liverpool in holding an interest in De Vrij, but the Dutchman has apparently already agreed a new contract with Lazio.

Spurs set 200m Kane asking price

Tottenham have attempted to ward off interest in star striker Harry Kane by setting a 200 million asking price, reports Spanish media outlet ABC.

Real Madrid are being heavily linked with the prolific England international, with the 24 year old currently chasing down a third successive Premier League Golden Boot.

Manchester United have also been mooted as potential suitors, but Spurs have warned those mulling over a move that Kane will not come cheap.
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E’ di questi giorni la pubblicazione sul Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism dei risultati di uno studio clinico canadese, durante il quale sono stati arruolati 83 soggetti, di età compresa tra 30 e 80 anni, tutti affetti da diabete tipo 2 da non più di tre anni. I partecipanti venivano poi suddivisi in tre gruppi, uno gestito con terapia standard e gli altri due con terapia intensiva, per 8 e 16 settimane, rispettivamente. Ma in cosa consisteva la terapia intensiva? Nella riduzione dell’introito calorico di 500 750 kcal/die; nell’aumento graduale dell’attività fisica, fino ad arrivare ad almeno 150 minuti/settimana di attività moderata (almeno 10.000 passi/die),
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This article extracted from Design Issues, Vol. 3, N. 2 (Autumn), The MIT Press, Cambridge 1986, pp.

Women have been involved with design in a variety of ways as practitioners, theorists, consumers, historians, and as objects of representation. Yet a survey of the literature of design history, theory, and practice would lead one to believe otherwise. Women interventions, both past and present, are consistently ignored[1]. Indeed, the omissions are so overwhelming, and the rare acknowledgment so cursory and marginalized, that one realizes these silences are not accidental and haphazard; rather, they are the direct consequence of specific historiographic methods.[2] These methods, which involve the selection, classification, and prioritization of types of design, categories of designers, distinct styles and movements, and different modes of production, are inherently biased against women and, in effect, serve to exclude them from history. To compound this omission, the few women who make it into the literature of design are accounted for within the framework of patriarchy; they are either defined by their gen der as designers or users of feminine products, or they are subsumed under the name of their husband, lover, father, or brother.[3] The aim of this paper is to analyze the patriarchal context within which women interact with design and to examine the methods used by design historians to record that interaction. To a certain extent, this paper is also an attempt to pinpoint some of the key debates to have emerged in design history in Britain concerning the role of women and design. Most of these have taken feminist theory as their starting point. The work of feminist historians and art historians has also been important, especially the critiques of the discipline of history revealing the ideological reasons for the silence about women.[5] As Parker and Pollock have argued in their book Old Mistresses: Women, Art and Ideology, discover the history of women and art is in part to account for the way art history is written. To expose its underlying values, its assumptions, its silences, and its prejudices is also to understand that the way women artists are recorded and described is crucial to the definition of art and the artist in our society. Instead, they have pinpointed domestic labor and non professional activities as crucial areas of women history, and they have located alternative information, such as oral sources, to counterbalance the great weight of documentation. In recent years, a feminist approach to design history has been placed firmly on the agenda. Feminist design historians, theorists, and practitioners have attempted to coordinate their activities through teaching strategies, the organization of conferences, and in publications, because, as Griselda Pollock has stated, a feminist approach is neither a side issue nor a novel historical perspective it is a central concern of contemporary design history. As she has pointed out, are involved in a contest for occupation of an ideologically strategic terrain. The resulting female stereotypes delineate certain modes of behavior as being appropriate for women. Certain occupations and social roles are designated female, and a physical and intellectual ideal is created for women to aspire to. These stereotypes have had enormous impact on the physical spaces whether at home or at work which women occupy, their occupations, and their relationship with design. Design historians who examine women role in design must acknowledge that women in the past and women today are placed within the context of patriarchy, and that ideas about women design abilities and design needs originate in patriarchy. Recent debate within feminist history and theory has highlighted the dependent relationship between patriarchy and capitalism and the ability of both to reshape and reformulate society in order to overcome potentially transforming processes.[9] To what extent, then, does patriarchy form the framework for women role as designers? In a patriarchy, men activities are valued more highly than women For example, industrial design has been given higher status than knitted textiles. The reasons for this valuation are complex. In an advanced industrial society in which culture is valued above nature, male roles are seen as being more cultural than natural; female roles are seen as the reverse of this. As a consequence of their biological capacity to reproduce and their roles within patriarchy of caring for and nurturing the family, women are seen as being close to nature. As Sherry Ortner has argued, is to male as nature is to culture. Women are considered to possess sex specific skills that determine their design abilities; they are apparently dexterous, decorative, and meticulous. These skills mean that women are considered to be naturally suited to certain areas of design production, namely, the so called decorative arts, including such work as jewelry, embroidery, graphic illustration, weaving, knitting, pottery, and dressmaking. Linking all these activities together is the notion that they are naturally female; the resulting design products are either worn by women or produced by them to fulfill essentially domestic tasks. Significantly, men can be the designers of clothes, textiles, or pottery, but first the design activities have to be redefined. Dressmaking, for example, has been seen as a area for women to work in. It is viewed as an obvious vehicle for their femininity, their desire to decorate, and their obsession with appearances. Fashion design, however, has been appropriated by male designers who have assumed the persona of genius Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, and, more recently, Karl Lagerfeld. Fashion as a design process is thought to transcend the sex specific skills of dexterity, patience, and decorativeness associated with dressmaking. Instead, it involves creative imagination, and the aggressive business and marketing skills that are part of the male stereotype. This practice of defining women design skills in terms of their biology is reinforced by socially constructed notions of masculine and feminine, which assign different characteristics to male and female. Sonia Delaunay, the painter and designer, is noted by historians for her feeling for color, whereas her husband, Robert, is attributed as having formulated a color theory. Robert Delaunay embodies the male stereotype as logical and intellectual, Sonia embodies the female stereotype as instinctive and emotional. To compound this devaluation of women designers work, designs produced by women in the domestic environment (their natural space within a patriarchy) are seen to represent use value rather than exchange value. The designs produced by women in a domestic environment (embroidery, knitting, and applique) are used by the family in the home rather than exchanged for profit within the capitalist marketplace. At this point capitalism and patriarchy interact to devalue this type of design; essentially, it has been made in the wrong place the home, and for the wrong market the family.[11] So, one result of the interaction of patriarchy and design is the establishment of a hierarchy of value and skill based on sex. This is legitimized ideologically by dominant notions of femininity and materially by institutional practice. British art and design education at degree level, for example, reinforces this hierarchical and sexist split between male and female design activities. Because of sexism few women industrial design students survive to the end of their courses which are outside the female stereotype. They succeed well with fashion and textile courses which are considered to be suited to female abilities, but fare badly with industrial design, which is considered male.[12] Design historians play an important role in maintaining assumptions about the roles and abilities of women designers by their failure to acknowledge the governance of patriarchy and its operation historically. As a result, women design is ignored and unrepresented in the history books. Clearly, then, one of the main issues for historians to tackle, if they are to account adequately for the role of women designers, is patriarchy and its value systems. First, the terms by which inferior status is assigned to certain design activities must be analyzed and challenged. The ideological nature of terms such as feminine, delicate, and decorative should be acknowledged within the context of women design. Second, it is crucial that design historians recognize the patriarchal basis of the sexual division of labor, which attributes to women certain design skills on the basis of biology. Third, they must acknowledge that women and their designs fulfill a critical structuring role in design history in that they provide the negative to the male positive they occupy the space left by men. If, for instance, historians describe men designs as bold,
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assertive, calculated, then women designs are described as weak, spontaneous, or lacking in rationale. Design historians, then, should recognize that cause of the economic, social, and ideological effects of sexual difference in a western, patriarchal culture, women have spoken and acted from a different place within that society and culture. Both produce designs formed within patriarchy. Fourth, historians must take note of the value system which gives privilege to exchange value over use value, because at a very simple level, as Elizabeth Bird has pointed out, objects women produce have been consumed by being used, rather than preserved as a store of exchange value. Pots get broken and textiles wear out. This is problematic, irrespective of the sex of the designer, as it excludes an important area of design production from history. Finally, historians should heed Sheila Rowbotham point, in Hidden From History: history simply makes no declaration of its bias, which is deeply rooted in existing society reflecting the views of the people of influence. [15] Central to a feminist critique of design history is a redefinition of what constitutes design. To date, design historians have esteemed more highly and deemed more worthy of analysis the creators of mass produced objects. Subsequently, they have argued that history is a study of mass produced objects. This challenge is complicated by the development of craft history as an academic discipline distinct from design history, although, to date, craft historians have not dealt adequately with women craftwork.[17] In fact, it has been dealt with in a cursory way and mirrors the approach of design historians by seizing upon a few famous names.[18] Arguably, if a feminist approach to women design production is to be articulated, it must cut across these exclusive definitions of design and craft to show that women used craft modes of production for specific reasons, not merely because they were biologically predisposed toward them. To exclude craft from design history is, in effect, to exclude from design history much of what women designed. For many women, craft modes of production were the only means of production available, because they had access neither to the factories of the new industrial system nor to the training offered by the new design schools. Indeed, craft allowed women an opportunity to express their creative and artistic skills outside of the male dominated design profession. As a mode of production, it was easily adapted to the domestic setting and therefore compatible with traditional female roles.[19] Women as consumers and objects To date, most historical analysis has dealt solely with the role of women designers, even though women interact with design in a variety of ways. Feminist design historians have thereby adopted the methodologies of mainstream design history, which esteems the activities of designers and emphasizes their role as agents of history. (As I describe in the next section, there are serious problems inherent in this methodological technique.) Most important for this discussion is the point that design is a collective process involving groups of people beside the designer. In order to deter mine the meaning of a given design at a specific historical moment, it is necessary to examine these other groups. Probably the most historically neglected group is the consumer; indeed, it can be no accident that the consumer is often perceived by design organizations, retailers, and advertisers to be female. Just as patriarchy informs the historian assumptions about women designers skills, so it defines the designer perceptions of women needs as consumers. Two basic ideas inform the designer assumptions about women consumers. First, women primary role is in domestic service to husband, children, and home; and second, domestic appliances make women lives easier. The first assumption stems from the central classification of patriarchy the sexual division of labor. As Heidi Hartmann has argued, sexual division of labor is the underpinning of sexual subcultures in which men and women experience life differently; it is the material base of male power which is exercised (in our society), not just in not doing housework and in securing superior employment, but psychologically as well. This role is basically the same one that the Victorian social critic John Ruskin identified and glorified in his writings.[22] As a result of this sexual division of labor, designers assume that women are the sole users of home appliances. Product advertising presents women as housewives who use domestic appliances and family oriented products. When British advertisers make the rare representation of women driving motorcars, it is significant that they are not shown speeding along in a Porsche. Rather, they are shown parking their modest and c onvenient hatchback near the supermarket. Design historians have played their part in reinforcing women position in the sexual division of labor. In Reyner Banham well known celebration of the first machine age, he identified two sexes men and housewives. Banham defined the female sex as house wives whose lives are transformed by machinery, such as vacuum cleaners.[23] Informing this paean to woman controlled appliances is the belief that these products make women lives easier. Banham, like other historians and theorists of design, fails to acknowledge that designs take on different meanings for the consumer than those designated by the designer, the manufacturer, and the advertiser. Philippa Goodall has outlined the reasons for these shifts of meaning.[24] She cites the microwave oven and freezer as products designed ostensibly to lighten household chores but which have ultimately created more work. Both products have been widely introduced into the home under the pretext of convenience. The question, however, is convenience for whom the housewife or the family? Convenience to the family means having rapid access to food at all times. To the housewife, this is not convenience. It is instead a duty, a duty to provide food at all times, even when the shops are shut or the market closed and most of the family has already eaten. Goodall argues that, numerous such ways women work is increased, the qualitative demands raised. The tyranny of the whiter than white wash is now for many a daily event, rather than a weekly one. the loved ones better are slogans motivating and directing our work as consumers and producers. It stereotypes women as mothers, cleaners, cooks, and nurses in order to define and direct the market. In effect, the category woman, as constituted in patriarchy, is appropriated by advertising. Woman is either the subject of patriarchal assumptions about women role and needs as consumers, or the object in sexist advertising. As Jane Root has argued in relation to representations of women in TV advertising, are often made absurdly ecstatic by very simple products, as though a new brand of floor cleaner or deodorant really could make all the difference to a lifetime. The actuality of the use and user are unimportant when confronted with a powerful fantasy the immaculate designer kitchen with superwoman in control, combining with ease the roles of careerist and perfect wife. Like television and cinema, advertising appropriates women bodies. Women are objects to be viewed; they are sexualized things whose status is determined by how they look. advertisements help to endorse the powerful male attitude that women are passive bodies to be endlessly looked at, waiting to have their sexual attractiveness matched with active male sexual desire. Gender is embodied in historical and contemporary representations of women as consumers, objects, and designers; but it does not remain fixed, having changed historically. They must remember that as a consequence of patriarchy, the experiences of male and female designers and consumers have been quite different. Design historians should outline the way that patriarchal definitions of women roles and design needs, which have originated in the sexual division of labor, have shaped design in the past and present. A feminist critique of design history must confront the problem of patriarchy, at the same time addressing itself to the exclusion of women in the historiographic methods used by design historians. Though many of these methods are problematic for design history in general, not just a feminist design history, feminist intervention, as in other disciplines, has demarcated the basic ones. Rozsika Parker described them as rules of the game. Some art historians, such as Nicos Hadjinicolaou, T. J. Clark, and Griselda Pollock, have done so; the last wrote, central figure of art historical discourse is the artist, who is presented as an ineffable ideal which complements the bourgeois myth of a universal, classless man . . . our general culture is furthermore permeated with ideas about the individual nature of creativity, how genius will always overcome social obstacles. In this approach, design history mirrors art history in its role as attributor and authenticator. First, it attaches meaning to a name, thereby simplifying the historical process (by de emphasizing production and consumption) and at the same time making the role of the individual all important (by aiding and simplifying attribution). Second, as a direct consequence of this first strategy, historians have analyzed the design in terms of the designers ideas and intentions and in terms of the formal arrangement of elements (just as formalist art history analyzes a painting or sculpture), rather than as a social product. The design is thereby isolated from its material origins and function, and if it conforms to dominant definitions of design, it and its designer are obvious candidates for the history books. At this point, the design has been firmly positioned within the confines of the individual designer oeuvre, aiding attribution and authentication of the design as art object and simplifying historical analysis.[31] The history of design is reduced to a history of the designer, and the design is seen to mean and represent what the designer identifies. Extraordinary designs are judged in terms of creativity and individual extraordinariness. This is problematic for women, because has been appropriated as an ideological component of masculinity, while femininity has been constructed as man and, therefore, the artist negative. It represents political, economic, and cultural power and values within the different spaces occupied, through engagement with different subjects. Its meaning is therefore polysemic and involves the interaction of design and recipient. Designs, as cultural products, have meanings encoded in them which are decoded by producers, advertisers, and consumers according to their own cultural codes. these codes and subcodes are applied to the message in the light of general framework of cultural refere
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With the apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia, Pope Francis, relying on the two Synods of Bishops on the family of 2014 and 2015, attempted to give both a theological and pastoral response of the Church to the challenges of our time. In this way, he wanted to offer his maternal support in order to overcome the crisis of marriage and family in the light of the Gospel of Christ.

Generally speaking, this comprehensive document of nine chapters and 325 articles has been welcomed in a positive way. It is to be hoped that many newlyweds and all young couples, who prepare for the holy sacrament of marriage, will allow themselves to be introduced into its broad spirit, deep doctrinal considerations and spiritual references. The success of marriage and the family paves the way for the future of the Church of God and human society.

What is regrettable, is the bitter controversy that has developed on chapter 8, entitled discerning and integrating weakness (art. 291/312). The question of whether the and civilly remarried a problematic connotation from the dogmatic and canonical point of view can have access to communion, even though a valid sacramental marriage still exists, in some particularly qualified cases or even generally, has been falsely elevated to the rank of decisive question of Catholicism and of measure of ideological comparison in order to decide whether one is conservative or liberal, favorable or against the Pope. The Pope instead believes that, more important than the pastoral care of failures, is the pastoral effort to strengthen marriages and thus to prevent their breakdown. (AL 307). From the point of view of the new evangelization, then, it seems that the effort to ensure that all baptized people participate, on Sundays and feasts of precept, in the celebration of the Eucharist is still much more important than the problem of the possibility of receiving communion in a legitimate and valid way from a limited group of Catholics with an uncertain marital situation.

Instead of defining one own Catholic faith through belonging to an ideological field, the problem is actually that of fidelity to the revealed word of God, which is handed down in the confession of the Church. Instead, polarizing theses are confronted with each other in a way that threatens the unity of the Church. While on the one hand the correctness of the Pope faith, who is the supreme master of Christianity, is questioned, on the other hand, others seize the opportunity to boast about the Pope consent to a radical paradigm shift in the moral and sacramental theology that they desire. We are witnessing a paradoxical reversal of the fronts. The theologians who boast of being liberal progressives who previously, for example on the occasion of the encyclical Humanae Vitae, radically questioned the Magisterium of the Pope, now raise any of his phrases, which they like, almost to the rank of a dogma. Other theologians, who feel obliged to adhere strictly to the Magisterium, now examine a document of the Magisterium according to the rules of the academic method, as if it were their student thesis.

In the midst of these schismatic temptations and this dogmatic confusion which is very dangerous for the unity of the Church, which is founded on the truth of Revelation, Rocco Buttiglione, as an authentic Catholic of proven competence in the field of moral theology, offers, with the articles and essays collected in this volume, a clear and convincing answer. This is not about Amoris Laetitia overall reception, but only about the interpretation of some controversial passages in chapter 8. On the basis of the classical criteria of Catholic theology, he offers a reasoned and not controversial answer to the cardinals five dubia. He shows that the heavy reproach of Josef Seifert, Buttiglione friend and companion of many years of struggles, to the Pope, who says that the Pope does not present correctly the theses of the right doctrine or that he even passes them under silence, does not correspond to the reality of the facts.

In this difficult situation of the Church, I gladly accepted Professor Buttiglione invitation to write an introduction to this book. I hope to contribute in this way to restoring peace in the Church. In fact, we must all be jointly committed to supporting the understanding of the sacrament of marriage and to offering theological and spiritual help so that marriage and family can be lived the joy of love even in an unfavorable ideological climate. Buttiglione thesis makes two fundamental statements, to which I agree with full conviction:

1 The dogmatic doctrines and pastoral exhortations of chapter 8 of Amoris Laetitia can and must be understood in the orthodox sense.

2 Amoris Laetitia does not imply any magisterial shift towards an ethics of the situation and therefore there is no contradiction with the encyclical Veritatis Splendor of Pope John Paul II.

We refer here to the theory that subjective conscience could, in consideration of its interests and its particular situations, put itself in place of the objective norm of the natural moral law and of the truths of supernatural revelation (in particular that on the objective effectiveness of the sacraments). In this way, the doctrine of the existence of an intrinsice malum and objectively bad behavior would become obsolete. The doctrine of Veritatis splendor remains valid (art. 56;79) also with respect to Amoris Laetitia (art. 303) for which there are absolute moral norms to which there is no exception (cf. dubium n. 3;5 of the cardinals).

The formal element of sin is the departure from God and his holy will, but there are different levels of gravity depending on the type of sin. Spirit sins can be more serious than flesh sins. Spiritual pride and avarice introduce into religious and moral life a more profound disorder than impurity resulting from human weakness. The apostasy of faith, the denial of the divinity of Christ weighs more than theft and adultery; adultery among married people weighs more than among the unmarried and, the adultery of the faithful, who know God will, weighs more than that of the unbelievers (cf. Thomas Aquinas, th. S. I II q. 73; II II q). Moreover, for the imputabilty of guilt in God judgment, one must consider subjective factors such as full knowledge and deliberate consent in the serious lack of respect for God commandments, which has as a consequence the loss of sanctifying grace and of the ability of faith to become effective in charity (cf. Thomas Aquinas S. th. II II, q. 10 a. 3 ad 3).

This does not mean, however, that now Amoris laetitia art. 302 supports, in contrast to Veritatis splendor 81, that, due to mitigating circumstances, an objectively bad act can become subjectively good (it is dubium n. 4 of the cardinals). The action in itself bad (the sexual relationship with a partner who is not the legitimate spouse) does not become subjectively good due to circumstances. In the assessment of guilt, however, there may be mitigating circumstances and the ancillary elements of an irregular cohabitation similar to marriage can also be presented before God in their ethical value in the overall assessment of judgment (for example, the care for children in common, which is a duty deriving from natural law).

An accurate analysis shows that the Pope in Amoris laetitia has not proposed any doctrine to be believed in a binding way that is in open or implicit contradiction to the clear doctrine of the Sacred Scripture and to the dogmas defined by the Church on the sacraments of marriage, penance and Eucharist. On the contrary, the doctrine of the faith on the internal and external indissolubility of sacramental marriage is confirmed with respect to all the other forms that contradict it 292) and this doctrine is put at the basis of the questions concerning the pastoral attitude to be held with persons in relationships similar to marriage. Even when some constitutive elements of marriage are found in cohabitations that resemble marriage, however, the sinful transgression against other constitutive elements of marriage and against marriage as a whole, is not good. Contradiction with goodness can never become part of it, or the beginning of a journey towards the fulfillment of God holy and sanctifying will. Nowhere is it said that a baptized in a condition of mortal sin is allowed to receive Holy Communion and thus receives in fact its effect as a Communion of spiritual life with Christ. The sinner consciously and voluntarily opposes to the love for God the latch (obex) of grave sin. Even when it is said no one can be condemned forever this must be understood from the point of view of care, that never surrenders, for the eternal salvation of sinner rather than as a categorical denial of the possibility of an eternal condemnation which, however, presupposes voluntary obstinacy in sin. There are sins in the categories of the Church that exclude themselves from the Kingdom of God (1 Cor. 6,9 11) but only until the sinner opposes their forgiveness and rejects the grace of repentance and conversion. The Church, however, in her maternal concern, does not renounce any person who is a pilgrim on this earth and leaves the final judgment to God, the only who knows the thoughts of hearts. The Church task is preaching of conversion and faith and the sacramental mediation of grace that justifies, sanctifies and heals. For God says, do not enjoy the death of the wicked, but that the wicked desist from their conduct and live (Ez. 33:11).

The specific theme discussed in chapter 8 is pastoral care for the soul of those Catholics who in any way live together in a cohabitation that resembles a marriage with a partner who is not their legitimate spouse. The existential situations are very different and complex and the influence of ideologies enemy of marriage is often overbearing. Individual Christians can find themselves without their own fault in the harsh crisis of being abandoned and of not being able to find any other way out than entrusting themselves to a person of good heart,
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and the result is a marriage like relationship. A special spiritual discernment of the confessor internal forum is needed to find a path of conversion and reorientation towards Christ that is right for the person, going beyond an easy adaptation to the relativistic spirit of time or a cold application of dogmatic precepts and canonical dispositions, in the light of the truth of the Gospel and with the help of the previous grace.

In the global situation, in which virtually there are no longer any more homogeneously Christian environments that can offer the individual Christian the support of a collective mentality and in the partial identification with the Catholic faith and with its ensuing sacramental, moral and spiritual life, perhaps the problem, mutatis mutandis, of a dissolution of a first marriage contracted not the Lord (1 Corinthians 7:39) in favorem fidei. may also arise for the baptized Christians that were not sufficiently evangelized.

According to the doctrine of the faith, a marriage validly contracted by Christians, which because of its baptismal character is always a sacrament, remains indissoluble. However, since God, who instituted marriage in Creation, bases the marriage of a man and a woman in concrete terms through the natural acts of free consent and the integral willingness to contract marriage with all its properties (bona matrimonii), this concrete bond of a man and a woman is indissoluble only if the spouses bring into this cooperation of human action with the divine one all the constitutive elements of human integrity. According to his concept, every sacramental marriage is indissoluble. But in reality, a new marriage is possible even in the life of the legitimate spouse when in concrete terms, because of the lack of one of its constituent elements, the first marriage did not actually subsist as a marriage founded by God due to the lack of one of its constitutive elements.

Civil marriage is only relevant to us if, in the physical or moral impossibility of observing the form required by the Church of consent before a priest and two witnesses, it constitutes a public attestation of a real marriage consent. The understanding of however, in the legislations of many states, has been considerably distanced in many substantial elements from natural marriage and even more so from Christian marriage, even in societies that were once Christian, so that a crass ignorance about the sacrament of marriage grows among many Catholics.

In a matrimonial annulment procedure, therefore, the real will of marriage plays a fundamental role. In the case of a conversion in mature age (of a Catholic who is such only on the certificate of baptism) one can say that a Christian is convinced in conscience that their first bond, even if it took place in the form of a marriage in the Church, was not valid as a sacrament and that their current marriage like bond, prized by children and with a living relationship matured over time with their current partner is a true marriage before God. Perhaps this cannot be canonically proven because of the material context or because of the culture of the dominant mentality. It is possible that the tension that occurs here between the public objective status of the marriage and subjective guilt can open, under the conditions described, the way to the sacrament of penance and Holy Communion, passing through a pastoral discernment in internal forum.

In paragraph 305 and in particular in note 351, which is the subject of a passionate discussion, the theological argument suffers from a certain lack of clarity which could and should have been avoided by referring to the dogmatic definitions of the Council of Trent and Vatican II on the justification, the sacrament of penance and the appropriate way of receiving the Eucharist. What is at issue is an objective situation of sin which, due to mitigating circumstances, is subjectively not imputed. This sounds similar to the Protestant principle of simul jus et peccator, but it is certainly not intended in that sense. If the second bond were valid before God, the marriage relationships of the two partners would not constitute a serious sin but rather a transgression against ecclesiastical public order for having irresponsibly violated the canonical rules and therefore a minor sin. This does not obscure the truth that the relationship more uxorio with a person of the other sex, who is not the legitimate spouse before God, constitutes a serious fault against chastity and justice due to one spouse. A Christian who is in a state of mortal sin here we are dealing directly with the relationship with God, not with the attenuating or aggravating circumstances of sin and therefore persevere in a consciously desired contradiction against God, is called to repentance and conversion. Only the forgiveness of guilt which, in the one who is justified, not only covers but completely erases mortal sin, allows spiritual and sacramental communion with Christ in charity. From this one cannot separate the intention of not sinning any more, of confessing one own grave sins (those of which one is aware) to offer reparation for the damages that have been done the neighbor and to Christ mystical body, in order to obtain in this way, through absolution, the cancellation of one own sin before God and also reconciliation with the Church.

The note 351 contains nothing that contradicts all this. Since repentance and the intention of no longer sinning, confession and satisfaction are constitutive elements of the sacrament of penance and are consequently of divine law, the Pope cannot dispense from them either (S. Thomas Aquinas S. th. Suppl. q. 6 a. 6). Thanks to the power of the keys or to the power to dissolve and bind (Mt. 16:18;18:18; Jn. 20:22 ff.), the Church can, through the Pope, bishops and priests, forgive sins of which the sinner is repentant and cannot forgive sins for which there is no repentance (they are ). This happens, however, in conformity with the sacramental order that was founded by Christ and is now made effective by him in the Holy Spirit. The repentant sinner, however, remains with the possibility, in the event of physical impossibility to receive the sacrament of penance, and with the intention of confessing one own sins at the first opportunity, to obtain forgiveness in vow and also to receive the Eucharist, in vow or sacrament.

The sacraments have been established for us, because we are corporeal and social beings, and not so that God may need them to communicate grace. Precisely for this reason it is possible that someone receives the justification and mercy of God, forgiveness of sins and new life in faith and charity even if for external reasons one cannot receive the sacraments or has a moral obligation not to receive them publicly in order to avoid a scandal.

An important point of Amoris Laetitia, which is often not correctly understood in all his pastoral meaning, and which is not easy to apply in practice with tact and discretion, is the law of gradualness. It is not a matter of a gradualness of the law but of its progressive application to a concrete person in their concrete existential conditions. This happens dynamically in a process of clarification, discernment and maturation based on the recognition of one own personal and unrepeatable relationship with God through the path of one life (cf. AL 300). This is not a hardened sinner, who wants to assert before God rights that he or she does not have. God is particularly close to the person who sets out on the path of conversion, who, for example, assumes responsibility for the children of a woman who is not his legitimate bride and does not neglect the duty to take care of her. This also applies in the case in which he, because of his human weakness and not for the will to oppose grace, which helps to observe the commandments, is not yet able to satisfy all the requirements of moral law. An action in itself sinful does not become legitimate and not even pleasing to God. However, its imputability as guilt can be diminished when the sinner turns to God mercy with a humble heart and prays have mercy on me a sinner Here pastoral accompaniment and the practice of the virtue of penance as an introduction to the sacrament of penance has a special importance. It is, as Pope Francis says, way of love (AL 306).

According to the explanations of Saint Thomas Aquinas that we have reported, Holy Communion can only be received effectively by those who have repented of their sins and approach the table of the Lord with the intention of no longer committing them. Since every baptized person has the right to be admitted to the table of the Lord table, he or she can be deprived of this right only because of a mortal sin until they repent and are forgiven. The priest, however, cannot publicly humiliate the sinner by publicly rejecting Holy Communion and damaging his good name in front of the community. In the circumstances of today social life, it may be difficult to determine who is a sinner, in public or in secrecy. The priest must, however, warn everyone in general of approaching the table of the Lord before they have made penance for their own sins and is reconciled with the Church After penance and reconciliation (absolution), Holy Communion must not be refused even to public sinners, especially in the case of danger of death (S. th. III q. 80).

I am convinced that the in depth analyses that Rocco Buttiglione proposes, despite all the limitations and necessity of integration of theological reason, open doors and build bridges to Amoris Laetitia critics and help to overcome their doubts from the inside. Even those who superficially recall Amoris Laetitia to relativize the indissolubility of marriage and shake the foundations of morals founded in creation and Rev
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