Cesare Pianciola, Pietro Chiodi: the many ways he was master


Meticolous and versatile thinker, Pietro Chiodi was an intellectual, philosopher and teacher who was careful to keep together the moral and political dimensions. High school teacher and then university professor, student of Nicola Abbagnano, translator of Heidegger and Kant, and then author of very remarkable speculative works, Chiodi took active part in the Resistance, leaving an admirable account of his own experience: Banditi. Starting from the tangle between the biographic and the speculative dimensions, the author discovers the educational aspects that make Chiodi an educator who was always caught up in the ethical commitment of the responsibility of thought.


Published on: Intellectual Educators N. 16 New Series – Year VIII 2012