Where Is the Limit of Responsibility With Oneself and With Others?

Alfredo Tucci column
The Master has no choice but to intervene. When? Every system; every nature; every context, whether anthropological, historical or social, creates its premises. If we take freedom as a great premise, everything will be reduced to a reflex action of our natures (that of the Master, of the student, in their contexts) any excuse is justified or justifiable, because everything is, if looked at from the appropriate angle or framework. From the Unamuno’s “Let others invent!”, to the responsibility of a father, all is perfectly understandable, all is acceptable in the doing of a Master… everything! But, will it be really positive for both? Life itself puts us every day

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