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    The Rule of Exposure: From Bentham to Queen Grimhilde’s Mirror.Annalisa Verza - 2014 - Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie 100 (4):450-466.
    This article reflects on the effects the media's constant projection of female images of sexually suggestive aesthetic perfection produces on woman's perception of herself and, above all, on her tendency to seek confirmation of her own worth essentially through other people's approving glances. After exploring the analogy between this mechanism and Bentham's Panopticon system, the article goes on to reflect on the profound psychological implications of the awareness of being scrutinized by others, leading to disempowerment and interiorization of the rule. (...)
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  2. La realistica utopia della giustizia: addio a John Rawls.Enrico Pattaro & Annalisa Verza - 2003 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia Del Diritto 2:137-172.
     
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    Ibn Khaldūn: le origini arabe della sociologia della civilizzazione e del potere.Annalisa Verza - 2018 - Milano, Italy: FrancoAngeli.
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    The Senility of Group Solidarity and Contemporary Multiculturalism: A Word of Warning from a Medieval Arabic Thinker.Annalisa Verza - 2019 - Ratio Juris 32 (1):76-101.
    This paper discusses the thought of the medieval Maghrebin thinker Ibn Khaldun through the prism of the philosophy and sociology of law and politics. I will first try to illustrate how, even if Ibn Khaldun wrote in the fourteenth century, he anticipated many core concepts that are characteristic of modern Western sociological and philosophical thought. The argument is thus made that his thought can, and indeed must, be rescued from the wide neglect that, outside the specialized field of Khaldunian studies, (...)
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    Western and Islamic Values: A “False” Contraposition.Annalisa Verza - 2013 - Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie 99 (2):173-185.
    To Lévi-Strauss’s anthropological eye, comparison with others is the condition for discovering one own’s identity; but only by avoiding the two extremes of total closure or indiscriminate openness does it become a positive element of growth and inner evolution. In this essay I consider how this assumption could help us today in dealing with the delicate topic of the relation between human rights culture (which is indeed universalist in character, but developed in the West), and Islamic culture (geographically and historically (...)
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