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This essay draws a profile of Alessandro Pizzorno, one of the most prominent sociologists of postwar Europe. It focuses on the foundations of his theory which covers a broad set of sociological and political issues that go well beyond disciplines' boundaries. The author traces a genealogy of Pizzorno's theory of recognition from its inception with the early anthropological study on the mask to its more recent and complex sociological elaboration. While criticising the paradigms of rationaldoi:10.13128/smp-11056 fatcat:atzduaxuurbkvmiqsg2gdeilhq