Guido Bissanti – Publications

List of scientific, technical and non-fiction publications.

Population dynamics of Aspidiotus nerii Bouchè (Hom. Diaspididae) on lemon in Sicily – Giovanni Liotta, Guido Bissanti, Alberto Lombardo (1985).
Three-year observations on the trend of the Aspidiotus nerii population on lemon cultivation in Sicily.
Observations on the population dynamics of Aleurothrixus floccosus (Mask.) (Hom. Aleyrodidae) in the presence of the parasitoid Cales noaki How. (Hym. Aphelinidae) – Giuseppe Maniglia, Maria C. Perricone £ Guido Bissanti (1988).
Trend of the aleurothrixus floccosus population in the presence of its natural parasite (Cales noacki) on lemon cultivation in Sicily.
Rural Development and Political Renaissance (1999) – Nuova Ipsa Editore – Palermo.
It is a book that addresses the rural question not only in territorial and technical terms but above all with a sociological vision. From the book arises the need to take up certain concepts that represent the foundations for a new political vision of the economy.
From matter to the Father (2003) – Mario Grispo Publisher – Palermo.
The volume analyzes materiality by overcoming the limits of Enlightenment thought and placing man in front of the infinite power of matter itself. Matter which is the divinizing place of Man. In fact, the Universe itself is an expression that admits only one result: infinity.
The Digital Divide In The Italian Campaigns (2008) – Digitaria – Rome.
The White Paper on the Italian Digital Divide; an analysis of the gap between those who can access new technologies (internet, personal computers) and those who cannot, especially in the Italian countryside. Electrosmog and its aspects.
The look of courage … for an education to hope (2013) – Effatà – Cantalupa (TO).
Contribution on the Environment and Agriculture to the volume of the Regional Conference held in October 2010 in Palermo, with the visit of Pope Benedict XVI. Young people and families together lived a vigorous sharing of ideals and hopes, reflected on the difficulties and opportunities that Sicily does not fail to put under gaze that must be full of courage to educate us and educate us to hope.
Like the Titanic? (2015) – Aracne Editrice – Ariccia (Rome).
Starting from the events that characterized the tragedy of the famous ocean liner, the volume tries to understand whether modern society is unwittingly following the same footsteps. How similar is the story of the Titanic to the events that characterize our age? How similar is the attitude of our crews (governments) to the demands that come from various parts (scientific and cultural world) about the fate of our planet? And are we so different from the passengers on the Titanic? From this premise, an analysis of the cultural and philosophical attitudes of a society develops which, the daughter of certainty in “Enlightenment reason”, must overcome the limits of human reason to enter the infinite reason of the cosmos.
The Experience Plan and the levels of well-being – Systemic Reflections
N ° 16 – year 2017.
Scientific evolution requires a re-examination of the research parameters and definition of objective reality through a revision of the concept of reality and the determination of the links between Absolute Reality and Perceivable Reality (Experience Plan) and their synchrony. From this synchrony, new systems of well-being can be applied that will allow a new cultural and social impulse.
Linee Guida Redazione Studio Agricolo-ForestaleAgricultural Forestry Studio L.R. 15/91 and subsequent m. and i. – Technical Lines of Drafting.
Drafting manual of the Agricultural-Forestry Study updated with the L.R. 2/2021 “Corrective action to the regional law 13 August 2020, n.19 laying down rules on the government of the territory.” of the Sicilian Region.
Ecologia tra cielo e terraEcology between heaven and earth.
A short treatise that addresses the origin of the social and ecological decadence of our time starting from the ontological crisis of being.
A crisis to which the predominant culture tries to respond with technological expedients and with a science increasingly overloaded with responsibilities, which go far beyond the tasks and answers that the scientific discipline alone can give.
A crisis that has, therefore, deeper and more remote origins and whose solution is not in passing from one system to another but in human conversion towards an integral ecology.