Jorge Wagensberg felt as an alien – an intruder – in a world that has lost the taste for slow and reasoned conversation. A society in which humans, trapped by fear of the future, uncertainty and volatility, too often renounce to become what we are.
We live in a rapidly transforming world. Social reality moves, nature moves, the cosmos moves and human beings move as well, but we do so not only across our biography and physical dimension, but also in ideas and values. This process is so fast that
Recent gender analyses have been opening new paths for innovation and excellence. This paper reviews the origin and genealogy of the project, highlights its positive effects, and highlights examples of its achievements. This work did not come out of nowhere; it is supported by decades of gender and science studies.
Venereal diseases were a heavy burden in the early twentieth century. Syphilis was the paradigm of physical
and psychological degeneration, the destroyer of family and society, and the syphilitic individual was the subject of eugenic strategies: isolation, sterilisation and, in extreme cases, extermination. In the early