The issue is a result of the research programme about ‘The problem of indeterminacy. Meaning, knowledge, action’ (‘Il problema dell’indeterminatezza. Significato, conoscenza, azione’, PRIN 2015, national coordinator Luigi Perissinotto). The project was developed by a Cagliari research team that worked on the indeterminacy problem concerning the linguistic, conceptual and interpretative mechanisms actively involved in the construction of the images of the past. These concepts and other themes were the subject of a conference in May 2019.
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