Roma, Italia, 31.10.1984
Phd in Philosophical and Social Sciences at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”Tutors: Prof. Alessandro Ferrara (Political Philosophy) and Stefano Semplici (Social Ethics))
- Bachelor Degree at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” with a thesis in History of Theological Thought on Karl Barth’s exegesis of Römerbrief, focused on the problem of moral agency, supervisioned by Prof. Giovanni Salmeri. (Vote: 110/110 cum laude).
- Master Degree at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” with a thesis in moral Philosophy on Immanuel Kant’s “Radikal Böse”, supervisioned by Prof. Stefano Semplici. (Vote: 110/110 cum laude).
TopicsInterpretations of kantian practical reason, mainly focused on Kant-Renaissance’s authors (A. Wood, M.C. Korsgaard, T.E. Hill, O.O’Neill, A. Donagan, H.E. Allison). Attention on kantian moral agency – especially conceived on the basis of the peculiar perspective deriving from Methaphisyc der Sitten – is also declined on the purpose of embedding it in the wider contest of a discourse regarding human nature, also conceived considering the most relevant domain of neuro-sciences. The main aim is represented by the attempt of considering the present value of the complex kantian moral perspective nevertheless (but not necessarily in contrast with) scientific progress.
- Blog on Moral Philosophy: Moraliaontheweb.com
- Sensibilia: Colloquium on Perception and Experience
- Aperture: Online Review of Philosophy
- “Il Römerbrief e le sue interpretazioni: due punti di vista sull’etica” su Mondomani