Among the literary disciplines, the comparatism is that which, over time, is generally more affected by the dominant moods outside the academic sphere. Giving rise to the oscillations of consensus, sometimes attributed to the absence of a methodological status that is at least defined by representing a language and a nation (as is the case with national literatures), comparatism presupposes the support of a universalist or at least pro-European thought, perpetuating, in the translatio studiorum, the humanistic conception of literature as culture and as knowledge.
Comparatism. Venice. Mildonian. Meregalli. Comics.