While mass media remains fundamental to the establishment of a public sphere and a common feeling, the so-called "post-truth" contributes to the fragmentation of reality and society, producing a world of incommunicable and hostile "bubbles". In this context, what is the role of information? And could its "decline" have contributed to alienating culture and society? In the second event in the series The Crisis of the Public Sphere
, we will focus on the role of information.
In collaboration with Tempora
and Pandora Rivista