“Courage” turned out to be a very performative word. We fall into the trap of thinking that being brave is a quality, something you have or don’t have (like height or hair color).
Etymology gives us another interpretation of this concept. Coràggio s. m. dal provenz. coratge, which is the lat. *coratǒcum, cor derives «heart». Being brave is a practice. Something that we must put into practice every day, putting our hearts into it.
Cŏr is a series of events where three speakers from the world of business, culture, science, sport will share how to live a courageous, heartily life.
The protagonists of this edition are:
Maria Beatrice Alonzi, scientific divulger and writer
Gabriele Fontana, Regional Health Adviser di UNICEF
Chiara Montanari, Italian engineer, first Italian woman to lead an international expedition to Antarctica.