Editorial

This issue of FormaMente is centered around two main groups of proposals and is characterized by a great variety of contributions, examined by different thematic and geographical perspectives.

In the Research section, the comparison method significantly analyzes the link between the interparadigmaticity of the philosophic systems against the gadamerian assumption of the fusion of horizons and the differentiability of the mathematical objective functions used to solve non-linear problems and to model parts of reality when looking for best solutions rather than exact ones.

Giovanni Briganti

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