Italy bid farewell to one of the most influential, clever and progressive philosophers of modern history, Umberto Eco.
Known for his critical stand towards religion and the money power, Eco died on Friday at the age of 84 after a battle with cancer. On Tuesday, hundreds of Italians gathered at Milan’s Sforza Castle to pay tribute to one of Italy’s and worlds’ greatest intellectuals. A short non-religious ceremony took place at the Castle.
Umberto Eco was best known for his novels “The Name...
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