SIMONE WEIL, L’IMPERDONABILE. AU-DELÀ DE LA SCIENCE: LA SERVITÙ DELLA FABBRICA E IL DIRITTO GIUSTO
di Giulia Benvenuti


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Abstract

When work, including manual work, is exercised with freedom and planning, man can stop of being a laughing stock of nature and become an aim in itself. Only by eliminating the dichotomy between thought and action it is possible to free oneself from social oppression. From the youthful writings to the experience at the factory, from the idea of revolution to reformism, from the unionism to the enlistment of combatants against Francoism, Simone Weil never stopped believing in justice and law as an instrument of ethics.