From the preface by Tomaso Montanari, on the issue of administrative and centralised of : "The arguments you are about to read are partly theoretical and partly technical, and they apply to every discipline. But what is at stake is political, in the highest sense of the word: and why is well summed up by the quotation embedded in the title of Maria Chiara Pievatolo's contribution: 'Caesar supra grammaticos'. In other words, it is about the control (however direct or facilitated by internal reservations within the scientific community) that the government exercises over research: a control that fundamentally denies the of research, which should be inviolable as a guarantee for everyone". Open access essay here (in Italian):

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