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21/09/2002

This work analyses how the theme of the creation of thinking machines by man, particularly through artificial intelligence, is dealt with on stage, with reference to three plays addressing differen

21/06/2002

"I consider Leopardi's poetry and pessimism to be the best expression of what a scientist's credo should be". This quotation is from Bertrand Russell, no less.

21/06/2002

According to Einstein's renowned declaration, for those who believe in physics ­ or, more precisely, in its capability to offer a "scientific" representation of the world ­ the distinction between

21/06/2002

Popularising mathematics requires a preliminary reflection on language and terms, the choice of which results from underlying dynamics.

21/03/2002

This paper describes how a universal language for notating dance and, more generally, movement was elaborated, known as "Kinetography Laban", or rather "Labanotation".

21/03/2002

Ever since Galileo's time, scientists have been interested in how to create a perfect language capable of supporting communication at a horizontal level i.e.

21/03/2002

Theatrical action can bring out the value of the exhibits of a museum, while creating a new way of experiencing the exhibitions.

21/03/2002

The aim of this project is to communicate the basic laws of particle physics with Feynman diagrams - visual tools which represent elementary particle processes.

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