martedì 11 ottobre 2011

Who reads and what is read

In the first nine months of this year 2011 this blog has been visited more then 12 times each day by visitors coming from 110 different countries, going from great nations down to little ones like Rwanda, Singapore, Qatar, Azerbaijan, Nepal, ... Excluding from the count the casual visits, it results that about 80% of meaningfull visits comes from Italy, while 18% of them have been from the following main countries:
Mexico, India, USA, Romania, Philippines, Brazil, Germany, Switzerland,  South Korea, Spain, Argentina, Colombia, France, Pakistan, Poland, Venezuela.

Among the most-read posts there are those presenting the 1981 attempt on John Paul II as an episode of the Being history (the heideggerian Seinsgeschichte), those on the vergilian puer and the IV eclogue, those with the M. Cacciari's advice on the new hermeneutics, those on my interpretation of  Tacitus' phoenixes (Annals 6.28), those on Tiberius' voluntary retirement to Rhodes, those on Nietzsche and Heidegger,  those on Naram-Sin's victory stele, those on the new beginning date of the astronomical Pisces age, those on the allegorical image of the unicorn or monokeros, those on my Liverpool-Berlin posters, ... ...

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