New Humanity Movement

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Igino-Giordani

 

 

 

 

In ‘the two cities’ Giordani affirmed: “In politics, whatever structures, ideologies and denominations it has are lost much of the time, - and health and richness and even life is lost – because of the failure to build an accord between the citizens and those same leaders: egoism opens continuous fractures until the city is reduced, almost as a prelude to bombardments from ‘on high’, to a pile of moral ruins, city of the dead where men and women act like ghosts under the light of illusions.”
Giordani, the ‘ingenuous Christian’ as he loved to call himself, knows that new life for the city can be found in one place alone: “… and instead the Gospel calls for a city of life (…), where death has died”. (Igino Giordani, The two cities,  p. 405)

 

 

 

Citizenship should not be a good that is gratuitous but an enterprise for all, a condition and an identity that determines rights and social responsibilities. This holds true for those who are trying to become citizens in this way and for those who already are citizens. (Diversity in Unity - Manifesto of the Communitarian Network, cf document on website:
http://www.gwu.edu/~ccps/dwu_positionpaper_italian.html)

 

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