(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
In the 1990 century, I joined a network of philosophers from France, Italy, Spain and Germany called Immaginare l'Europe. In Norwegian, we translated the title to "Performing Europe". The aim was to discuss what in psychology is called the information-bearing mental content of the thoughts, knowledge, memories and fantasies that guide our understanding of various phenomena. For us, this was the case for Europe, and the historical basis for the European Union (EU).
The EU is a process. The network was established by Giorgio Baratta, professor of philosophy at the University of Urbino and head of the international Gramsci Society. For Baratta, the European integration project was a process in which, as Antonio Gramsci would have said, it is pointless to talk about "before" and "after" landmark events, for example. . .
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