to find a pattern only through recursivity, without being able to individuate a
general law determining that specific behavior, is simply making an observation
regarding a future event without any bearing to the future.
Dr. Divago, a.k.a. Sergio Caldarella, is author of eleven books, several papers and two theater pieces staged in Italy and Germany, lives in Princeton, NJ. He has participated as speaker in local and international conferences and seminars throughout Europe and the US. Some of the events he participated as invited speaker have been organized, sponsored or hosted by the followings: International Plato Society; Platoninstitut; Istituto Mediterraneo di Studi Universitari; The Italian Philosophical Society; The National Research Council (CNR); The M.I.T., Goethe-Institut; The British Council; Alliance Française; Assiberica; Thomas Aquinas Society; Spertus Institute Chicago; The Universities of Siena; Genova; Catania; Naples Eastern; Naples Federico II and Monmouth; The Scuola Normale Superiore; The German Embassy in Rome; Frankfurt Book Fair; Rome Book Fair “Più libri Più Liberi”; Jüdisches Kulturzentrum Veitshöchheim; Shir Shalom.
Selective Bibliography: “Cade ancora neve”; “Metafisiche del Mondo; “Memoria e dolore”; “La Società del Contrario”; “L’Algebra degli Scacchi; “Le lacrime della pioggia”; “Problemi Filosofici della Scienza”.