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Speaking about translation without mentioning the work of Domenico Jervolino is unjust and meaningless. Unjust because Jervolino was the author who in Italy had strongly promoted a "philosophy of translation" as Philosophical Hermeneutics and not only as branch of Analytic Philosophy. Meaningless because if we ignore Jervolino's work, we would squander one of the clearest explanations of the implications of translation, namely its political role. Thanks to Jervolino we can meditate on this taskdoi:10.13125/ch/3583 fatcat:4kl3qey6ovb6jaawfjyb37z4bi