But paradoxically, thinking about the past, today, is hoping in the future.
The shock that affects people is that they understand that the future we expected has not been revealed, and for now we can take refuge in the safety of the past.
It’s like a mad rush on the most futuristic Calatrava’s bridge and having to stop suddenly because its construction has not yet been completed. So what to do, jump in the air or go back and wait for the completion?
Leonardo Benevolo in a recent interview with Francesco Erbano says that “in pursuit of the future there is always a time when one has the prevailing impression that he has taken a step too far and thus takes a step back the past »