Together, rediscover the society of us

Together, rediscover the society of us

Together is not a word of fashion, but it is one of those words that should be rediscovered in this society in dramatic transformation. To rediscover a society “of us”capable of building a new future. Let’s take it from the good side.

We are living a very interesting period, of great changes and new opportunities also for a technological revolution that multiplies the possibility of knowledge and flows from ouranti, dangerous, repetitive works. Of course, every medal has its reverse and revolutions, as Mao said, are not a gala lunch. And then we have in the foreground pandemic, with human tragedies and with an economic crisis for many devastating sectors.

As well as the expansion of inequalities, youth unemployment, demographic decline. It is on these lines that the essay of mychele trunks moves “Because together, human nature and intermediate bodies” (ed. Without forgetting the assignments in the junta and in the management of confindustria.

Secondly, it demonstrates a great passion for deepening the historical, political and sociological dimensions of associationism in its various forms in an evolution that has seen positive moments alternating with more problematic situations. The current scenario belongs to this last category: with the crisis of participation in the parties, in the unions, in associations, and the survivor of populism united to the eulogy of disintermediation. A path in which politics and economics intertwine and together they condition themselves.

The present reality reproposes the same limits and the same conditionings of the past, but with the addition, in many aspects disruptive, of a structure of communication that made social networks the parody of participation. Taking to heart fundamental problems such as, for example, the demographic issue because the demographic is destiny, but not always”. A vision of hope in the belief that what values each person is above all the relationship with others in a society “of us” that surpasses the temptations of individualism.

And that, as he recalled aristotle, “it is precisely the knowledge that produces above all mutual trust” and the confidence, concludes trunks “it commits us as individuals, but it builds only together”.