- all men and women along History, often anonymous heroes, who contributed to the emancipation of each and every person from all possible origins through the development of Science, the spread of Knowledge and the increase in individual and collective Freedom and Equality − the only effective sources of Human Dignity.
[to emancipate derives from the Latin expression ex manus capere = to take off from hand]
[two mural paintings by Josep Maria Sert (1934) in the
- all men and women along History, often anonymous heroes, who fought to conquest social (civil and political) rights for each and every person from all possible origin, in the long, slow, and still far from achievement, process that led to the establishment of relevant practices and, among other fundamental laws, to the writing and approval (10th December of 1948) of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
[ Marquis de CONDORCET ]
(17 September 1743 – 28 Mars 1794)
John Bagnell BURY
(16 October 1861 – 1 June 1927)