Mauro Magatti – Beauty: generativity and integral gaze

“Italy has a blend that is not just a question of aesthetic forms. It concerns nature, architecture, a way of being, a way of doing things, a way of presenting itself that makes it truly characteristic… Italy is this culture constantly able to mix together several planes in different ways, and with a profound sense of beauty”.

Professor of Sociology at the Catholic university of Milan, and director of the Centre for the Anthropology of Religion and Cultural Change, you are the author of many well-received books and a leader writer for Corriere della Sera and Avvenire and he will today speak to us about Beauty.

Interview by Marco Manzoni- Studio Oikos