How to make the world an even worse place


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Master in Philosophy from PUC de São Paulo and graduated in Philosophy from Faculdade de São Bento, Professor Francisco Razzo is silver of the house at Gazeta do Povo . The listener who has followed us since the creation of the Ideias podcast, in 2017, is quite familiar with the work, with the texts and with the voice of the columnist, who has just released his third book.

Razzo is the author of the hits “Contra o Aborto” and “A Imaginação Totalitário” (Ed. Record), and now he decided to present us with – in his own words – “My contribution to make the world an even worse place” (Ed. Noétika). Coincidence or not, this conversation is being recorded in October 2022 and his last participation here was in January, in a chat about how not to lose your head in such an intense year.

This episode of the Ideias podcast is an unpretentious conversation between colleagues from Gazeta do Povo and, of course, a reflection on how to make the world an even worse place. To purchase the book at a discount, use the coupon GAZETA

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