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Is Associate Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Salerno, where she also teaches Theoretical Philosophy and Philosophical Theories of Mind-Body Relation. She is author of many articles and several books, including L’infanzia della filosofia. Saggio sulla filosofia dell’educazione di Maurice Merleau-Ponty (UTET, Torino 2002), Di-spiegamenti. Soggetto, corpo e comunità in Jean-Luc Nancy (Mimesis, Milano 2006), Les détours d’une pensée vivante. Transitions et changements de paradigme dans la réflexion de Roberto Esposito (Mimesis France, Paris 2012), L’ora meridiana. Il pensiero inoperoso di Jean-Luc Nancy tra ontologia, estetica e politica (Mimesis, Milano 2012), Unlimit. Rethinking the Boundaries between Philosophy, Aesthetics and Arts, coedited with G. Bird and D. Giugliano, Preface by J.-L. Nancy (Mimesis International, Milan 2017), The Correspondence. Jean-Paul Sartre and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, (Mimesis International, Milan-Udine 2018).
International Journal of Philosophical Studies
If deconstruction, from Nietzsche onwards, has been the banner of contemporary thought, the ‘new’ thought that should have been apt to change the face of classical, systematic, traditional philosophy; if, thanks to deconstruction, we've been able to remove the foundations, the endings, the purposes, the powers, the supremacies, and therefore we've managed to face the nihilistic drift, the ‘end of meaning’, the crisis of the subject, now it is essential to move forward towards a shift in thinking, so that what has been side-lined, dis-located, abandoned, won't take it over again. The thought needs to be retired, not in order to fail, but to be replaced with something different, to ‘retreat’ in, to rearrange it over again; this was, after all, Kant's message. He wrote in his private and posthumous notes: “I do not endorse the rule by virtue of which, if something gets proven with the use of pure reason, the result doesn't get to be revoked, as if it was a solid axiom. [...] I don't subscribe to the view under which we shouldn't doubt once we're convinced of something. In pure philosophy this is impossible. Our mind has a natural repulsion for that.” This means then, to think the unthinked, the unsaid, the repressed by all the thinkers; questioning them again, starting from a constant vigilance, as Merleau-Ponty, and Hannah Arendt with him, wished when stating “we should concern ourselves with experiences more than doctrines”. And such experiences, as actual “crossings of the outside”, allow us today to distance ourselves from every reductio ad unum, every principle of sovereignty, every self-proclaimed state of exception.
The theoretical project, on which Shift. International Journal of Philosophical Studies, as a review, is founded, properly and consequently consists in the ability of providing the Readers with a different approach to crucial topics of our times, “replaying” “remodulating” “changing” – performing indeed a “shift” in the philosophical, political, ethical and aesthetical categories on which the Western world is founded. Categories that by now don't seem to be fit to stand the blow of our timeline. The notions of world, life, body, subject, nature, science, technics, religion, ethics, politics, economy – that bounce in front of us with more momentum than ever before – must be looked into starting from this very paradigm, that should be finally capable to face them with no qualms and fears, leaving behind us “the end of philosophy” and the “failure of meaning” and, with it, the crisis of any metaphysics of identity.
The shift – viewed in all its possible declinations and meanings: movement, slipping, change, transformation, crossing, mutation, renovation, passage, innovation, process – is, in this regard, the counterpoint, the calling into question for the thought, the acknowledgment of those that Albert Camus defined, in 1955, the ‘wandering values’. Thus rethinking – as mentioned – the fundamental categories and themes of philosophy. The latter, as stated by Deleuze, “has nothing to do with acceptance, with the realisation of the human condition. It needs to overcome that”. And if it needs to overcome that, than shift means: clearing the lines of flight, drawing becoming paths, facing the open sea – bringing up from the bottom of a thought the philosophical gesture of Plato's Symposium, which identified leaving the mainland with the highest truest philosophical achievement: Eros is a philosopher because he is homeless – aoikos – he sleeps in open air. No compass or map. The philosophical reflection is made of trajectories, movements, impetuses, volitions, curiosities, depositions of logoi, of reasonings.
The paradigm of the shift can help us face the weight of history, our more and less recent history, the weight of geopolitical manoeuvring unknown to the most, it can help us understand the ban on some trajectories or on entire cultural vectors. Perhaps it's time to set something in motion (to shift). The movement of thought hence becomes a poiein, a ‘making’ instead of a mere ‘standing’. If philosophy cannot give us a notion of world anymore, neither resolve its inconsistencies, its extreme chance in the time of its own ending, of its own failure, it can only be the opening of a space of thought that is absolutely movable, dialogically compromised, transitively surging. From thought to thought, from transition to transition, from movement to movement: the thought is not set, it approaches; it is, once again, zetetic, as conceived by the ancients, quantic, as conceived by today's theoretical physicists. It is possible that this thought has already started its journey, that it's already building a new world; we don't know, neither we will; perhaps, according to Nancy's words, we'll just do it, “through slow and deep spurs of existence's desires”.
STRUCTURE OF THE REVIEW:
Studi e ricerche/Studies and Researches/Varia
The review is issued twice a year and contains contributions in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German and Italian.
A collection of philosophical monographical studies, Shift/philosophical series (ed. Mimesis International), is linked to the SHIFT. International Journal of Philosophical Studies review.
The scientific fields of reference of the magazine are areas 11 and 14; and, more specifically: 11/C1; 11/C2; 11/C3; 11/C4; 11/C5; 14/A1.
Alfonso Amendola is Professor of Sociology of experimental audiovisuals at University of Salerno (Italy). Among his last works Teatro e immaginari digitali. Saggi di sociologia dello spettacolo multimediale, with V. Del Gaudio, (I gechi, Salerno 2017), Far Above the World. David Bowie tra consumi culturali e analisi del discorso, with L. Barone, Areablu Edizioni, Salerno 2017), Saccheggiate il Louvre. William S. Burroughs tra eversione politica e insurrezione espressiva, with M. Tirino, (Ombre Corte, Verona 2016). Actually he’s writing an essay about phenomenology of dandy.
is Full Professor of Sociology of Law, Theory of Governance, Citizens and Rights, and of Sociology of Risk and Security at Università degli Studi di Salerno. He is faculty member of the PhD in Sociology, Social Analysis, Public Policies and Theory and History of Institutions. He is also member of the “Diritto e società” association, of Società Italiana di Filosofia del Diritto, and of the editorial team of “Outis. Rivista di filosofia (post)europea/ Revue de philosophie (post)européenne”. Among his writings: Costituzioni precarie (Manifestolibri, Roma 2016); Dopo il nomos moderno? Eguaglianza, neutralità, soggetto, co-written with L. Bazzicalupo (Esi, Napoli 2006); I confini del giuridico. La crisi della sovranità e l'autonomia del giuridico (Esi, Napoli 2003); Carl Schmitt tra decisione e ordinamento concreto (Esi, Napoli 1999); Il sovrano e la maschera. Il concetto di persona in Thomas Hobbes (Esi, Napoli 1998).
Laura Bazzicalupo is Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Salerno and she is director of “Soft Power. Revista euroamericana de teorÍa e historia de la politica y del derecho”. In the first period of her work she focused on leading figures of the late modernity such as Thomas Mann e Musil, Il sismografo e il funambolo. Modelli di conoscenza e idea del politico in Thomas Mann e Robert Musil, (Liguori, Napoli 1982) and Hannah Arendt, Hannah Arendt. La storia per la politica, (ESI, Napoli 1995). Her name is however linked to the introduction in Italy of the biopolitical debate. Among her books: Il governo delle vite. Biopolitica ed economia (Laterza, Bari 2006), Biopolitica. Una mappa concettuale (Carocci, Roma 2010), Politica. Rappresentazioni e tecniche di governo (Carocci, Roma 2013), Dispositivi e soggettivazioni (Mimesis, Milano 2013). She has edited and prefaced the Italian Edition of J. Butler, E. Laclau, S. Žižek, Dialoghi sulla sinistra. Contingenza, egemonia, universalità (Laterza, Bari 2010).
is an Associate Professor, Cultural Analysis and Social Theory MA Program and the Department of Sociology, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada. His research focuses on the biopolitical, ontological, and political-economic vectors of the dispositif of the proper. He is an International Advisory Board member of the Italian Thought Network and the Coordinator of Techne: WLU Biopolitical Research Group. His articles and chapter on biopolitics, contemporary social and political theory, and Italian theory have appeared in English and Italian. His book Containing Community: From Political Economy to Ontology in Agamben, Esposito, and Nancy (SUNY Press, Albany, New York 2016) won the 2017 Symposium Book Award (Canadian Society for Continental Philosophy). He has co-edited Community, Immunity, and the Proper: Roberto Esposito (Routledge, London 2015), Unlimit: Rethinking the Boundaries Between Philosophy, Aesthetics and Arts (Mimesis, Milan-Udine 2018), and a forthcoming issue of the European Journal of Social Theory (2019).
Is philosopher, musicologist and poet. Since 1998 she has been Full Professor at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne; in 2008, she founded the “Collège des études juives et de philosophie contemporaine – Centre Emmanuel Levinas”. She’s Associate Professor at the Husserl Archives in Paris at Ecole Normale Supérieure. Her publications includes books on the work of Emmanuel Levinas, on the thought of Benjamin, Rosenzweig, Adorno, Derrida et Balchot, Nancy, and on music. She is director of several series by the Éditions Hermann and president of “Cahiers Maurice Blanchot”, which she co-founded with Monique Antelme and Mike Holland in 2010. Among her recent books are: Inventions à deux voix. Entretiens, co-written with J.-L. Nancy (Du Felin Eds., Paris 2015), Un percée de l’humain (Payot/Rivages poche, Paris 2015), Le divenir-juif du poème. Double envoi: Celan et Derrida (PU, Montréal 2015).
Georges Didi-Huberman, storico dell’arte e filosofo, insegna presso l’École des hautes études en sciences sociales, dove occupa il titolo di maître de conférences dal 1990. Ha insegnato in numerose università europee e nordamericane (Berkeley, Johns Hopkins, Freie Universität Berlin, Université-Eikones NFS Bildkritik Basilea...). Vincitore di due premi dell’Académie des beaux-arts, il premio Hans Reimer dell’Aby- Warburg-Stiftung, il premio Napoli e il premio Humboldt. Tra i suoi libri pubblicati in italiano, ricordiamo: Immagini malgrado tutto (2005); L’immagine aperta. Motivi dell’incarnazione nelle arti visive (2008); La pittura incarnata (2008); Aprire Venere. Nudità, sogno, crudeltà (2014).
(Napoli 1953) was formerly researcher at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa. At the present, he presides over the “Fondazione per la critica sociale” in Firenze. His main publications include: Convivenze difficili, (Feltrinelli, Milano 2005); Trattato dei vincoli, (Cronopio, Napoli 2009); Un illuminismo autocritico, (Rosenberg & Sellier, Torino 2013).
is currently Full Professor of History of Philosophy at the Department of Ancient and Modern Civilizations, University of Messina (Italy). His research interests focus on the analysis of the relationship between philosophy and science. Giordano’s historical-philosophical approach clearly emerges also in his interests for Italian philosophy. He has published several books: Tra paradigmi e rivoluzioni. Thomas Kuhn (Rubbettino, Soveria Mannelli 1997); La filosofia di Ilya Prigogine (Armando Editore, Roma 2005); Da Einstein a Morin. Filosofia e scienza tra due paradigmi (Rubbettino, Soveria Mannelli 2006); Storie di concetti. Fatti, Teorie, Metodo, Scienza (Le Lettere, Firenze 2012); La filosofia della scienza di Giovanni Vailati (Le Lettere, Firenze 2014). He has also published several articles in books, refereed journals and proceedings.
is member of the Collège international de philosophie, professor of philosophy in classes préparatoires littéraires (Paris) and associated member of the Crephac (Strasbourg University). His philosophical work focuses on german and contemporary philosophy, and follows specific problems: the character and its stability, speed and immobilisation. Last books: Vitesses, (Hermann Philosophie, Paris 2011); Derrida – La justice sans condition, (Michalon, Paris 2013); Les Caractères impossibles, (Bayard, Paris 2014); Signaux sensibles, with Jean-Luc Nancy (Bayard, Paris 2017).
Is Professor Emeritus of Moral Philosophy at the University of Naples “Federico II”, where he also taught Theoretical Philosophy and directed, from 1984 to 1990, the Department of Philosophy. Member of “Accademia Pontaniana” of Naples, of “Accademia Pugliese delle Scienze”, of “Società Nazionale di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti” of Naples. He was a member of Italian House of Representatives and of Senate. He is author of many books and essays, among which we can remember: Intuizione e discorso (Libreria Scientifica, Napoli 1955), Struttura soggetto prassi (Libreria Scientifica, Napoli 1962, n. ed. ESI, Napoli 1994), Lezioni sull’intersoggettività (Libreria Scientifica, Napoli 1964), La comunità come fondamento (Libreria Scientifica, Napoli 1965), Il senso del fondamento (Libreria Scientifica, Napoli 1967) Antimetafisica del fondamento (Guida, Napoli 1971), Metafisica (Mondadori, Milano 1980), Fichte. L’intersoggettività e l’originario (Guida, Napoli 1986), Filosofie del soggetto e diritto del senso (Marietti, Genova 1990), Il tempo e la grazia (Donzelli, Roma 1995), Paticità e indifferenza (il Melangolo, Genova 2003), La libertà e le occasioni (Jaca Book, Milano 2011), Piccolo teatro filosofico (Mursia, Milano 2012), Giordano Bruno maestro d’anarchia (Edizioni Saletta dell’Uva, Caserta 2016), L’arcisenso. Dialettica della solitudine (being published by Quodlibet, Macerata).
Francesco Mianoè professore ordinario di Filosofia morale presso l’università degli studi di Roma Tor Vergata dove è coordinatore dei corsi di laurea triennale e magistrale in filosofia e direttore del corso di perfezionamento in “Modelli e categorie della filosofia contemporanea”. Presidente della Società Italiana di Filosofia Morale dal 2016, è membro del comitato di direzione di diverse riviste e collane, nonché autore di numerosi contributi scientifici dedicati ad argomenti di filosofia contemporanea e, in particolare, a problematiche antropologiche, etiche e politiche legate al tema della responsabilità. Ha curato recentemente il volume Etica e responsabilità (2018). Attualmente è Gastprofessur presso l’Università Ludwig-Maximilian di Monaco di Baviera.
(Bordeaux 1940) is one of the most important leading figures of contemporary thought. He was a professor at the University of Strasbourg, and in the 1970s and 1980s he was a guest professor at several universities all over the world, such as the University of California or the Freie Universität in Berlin. The principal topics of his work are body, community, freedom, democracy: concepts that he has elaborated analysing and criticizing the heideggerian heritage. Among his books, translated in several countries: La communauté désouvrée, (Christian Bourgois, Paris 1986), L’expérience de la liberté (Galilée, Paris 1988), Corpus, (Métailié, Paris 1992), Les Muses (Galilée, Paris 1994), Être singulier pluriel (Galilée, Paris 1996), La création du monde ou la mondialisation (Galilée, Paris 2002), Verité de la démocratie (Galilée, Paris 2008), La déclosion. Déconstruction du christianisme 1 (Galilée, Paris 2005), L’Adoration. Déconstruction du christianisme 2 (Galilée, Parigi 2010), La communauté désavouée (Galilée, Paris 2014), Banalité de Heidegger (Galilée, Paris 2015).
Is researcher in Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Naples Federico II. She has obtained the teaching qualification as Professor in Theoretical Philosophy and Moral Philosophy. Her main research interest focuses on the theory of historical knowledge, especially in contemporary philosophy. She has been editor for the three-year project Lessico crociano. Un breviario filosofico-politico per il futuro (La Scuola di Pitagora, Napoli 2016). She is also co-director for the series of philosophy Vita Nova, for the editor Le Lettere, Firenze, member of the national editorial board of “Shift. International Journal of Philosophical Studies” (Mimesis, Milano) and member of editorial board of “Shift. Philosophical Series” (Mimesis International). In October 2016, she received in Rome the “Dante Alighieri” award. Among her publications, Logica dell’altro. Heidegger e Platone (Giannini, Napoli 2008); L’identico e i molteplici. Meditazioni michelstaedteriane (Loffredo, Napoli 2011); Michelstaedter al futuro (La Scuola di Pitagora, Napoli 2012); H. Arendt, Humanitas mundi. Scritti su Karl Jaspers (ed. by R. Peluso, Mimesis, Milano 2015); 19 domande su Benedetto Croce. Idealismo e altre idee (Società Dante Alighieri, Roma 2017).
Teaches History of Philosophy at the Department of Human Sciences, Philosophy and Education of the University of Salerno (since October 1st 2005 as Full Professor) and has other teaching charges in other Departments of the same University. He is also part of the teaching team in the post-graduate school of studies on Late-Ancient, Medieval and Humanist Culture (RAMUS). His published works concern mainly, but not only, European Early-Modern Philosophy. Among the topics on which he worked more intensively, one may mention: (i) Leibniz’s metaphysics, philosophy of action, principle of sufficient reason; (ii) Modern natural rights doctrines; (iii) Psychology of imagination, its evolution since Aristotle to the Modern Age and its actual interest; (iv) Critical thinking and its place in education. He is author of many articles and several books, including Manuale di educazione al pensiero critico. Comprendere e argomentare (Editoriale Scientifica, Napoli 2015); G. W. Leibniz, Dialoghi filosofici e scientifici (ed. by F. Piro, Bompiani, Milano 2007); Spontaneità e ragion sufficiente: Determinismo e filosofia dell’azione in Leibniz (Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, Roma 2002).
is Associate Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at Pavia University, Italy. Member of the Merleau-Ponty Circle, of the Process Thought International Society, of the Società italiana per lo studio di Merleau-Ponty. Member of the board of the following philosophical journals: Paradigmi, Discipline filosofiche, Chiasmi International, Philosophical Inquiries, Epekeina. Rivista internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia. Author of dozens of papers and of seven books: Modi del tempo (Mimesis, Milano 2001), L’evento del tempo (Mimesis, Milano 2005), Coscienza e alterità (Mimesis, Milano 2007), Breve storia dell’anima (il Mulino, Bologna 2009), Merleau-Ponty (Carocci, Roma 2012), Coscienza (con F. Savoldi e M. Ceroni, Aras, Fano 2013), The Voice of No One: Merleau-Ponty on Nature and Time (Mimesis International 2016).
formerly Full Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Naples “Federico II”, has been mainly involved in modern and contemporary philosphy Such as Heidegger e la storia della filosofia (Giannini, Napoli 1979), Il Gran principio. Heidegger e Leibniz, (Loffredo, Napoli 1989), Filosofia del gioco (Società editrice napoletana, Napoli 1983). She dedicated the volumes Il giudizio e la regola (Loffredo, Napoli 1997) and Giudizio (Guida, Napoli 2009), to the theme of “judgment”, examining, among other things, the “inner life” issue in the book Critica della vita intima. Soggettività e giudizio in Hannah Arendt (Guida, Napoli 2005). She showed particular focus on the tradition of critical Crocian philosophy in the volumes: Saggi su Croce. Riconsiderazioni e confronti (Luciano Editore, Napoli 2002) and Storia e Umanità. Note e discussioni crociane (Loffredo, Napoli 2006). She recently participated in the debate over “birth” in philosophy (Birth, Milan-Udine 2016) and “consciousness of the future” (Saggi sul futuro. La storia come possibilità, Le Lettere, Firenze 2015).
Is Gender Studies PhD (University Federico II, Naples, Italy). Her main research areas are French phenomenology, deconstruction, feminist philosophy, aesthetic and feminist theory, gender and cultural studies, feminist postcolonial theory and feminist film theory. She has published and lectured extensively on topics including imagination, body and representation; women and cultural representation in visual arts and cinema; aesthetic education and ethics of relationships, subalternity and alterity. Since 2007 she deals with philosophical practices concerning arts and education. Among her collaborations: “La camera blu. Journal of Gender Studies” (University Federico II, Naples), “Quaderni di Cinema Sud”, International Association of Women Philosophers (IAPH-Italia), Filosofia Fuori le Mura Association, Mediateca Santa Sofia (Naples City Council-Department for Social Policies, Youth Services and Equal Opportunities).
is a researcher in Political Philosophy at the University of Salerno. She published ‘Oikonomia’: una genealogia della comunità. Tönnies, Durkheim, Mauss (Mimesis, Milano 2011) and Politiche di salvezza. Teologia economica e secolarizzazione nel governo del sociale (Mimesis, Milano 2015). She is the author of essays in volumes and reviews on feminist thought, on the themes of freedom and community in modern and contemporar philosophy including, recently, Espectralización del feminismo y el Nuevo espíritu del capitalismo in “Soft Power” (Bogotà, 2017). She’s member of the Editorial staff of “Filosofia Politica”, “Soft power. Revista euro-americana de teorìa e historia de la politica y del derecho”, “Shift. International Journal of Philosophical Studies”.
Scuola Normale di Pisa, Istituto di Scienze Umane di Firenze
PhD in the History of Ideas at Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa. He’s been co-convener of the “Market Square” research group at CRASSH (Center for the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences), University of Cambridge. Moreover he’s among the editors of “Pandora. Rivista di teoria e politica”. His research interests vary from political philosophy to semiotics, to aethetics.
Is Associate Professor of History of Political Philosophy at University of Salerno, where he is also in charge of Political Philosophy since 2005. Since October 1. 2012 he is also in charge of History of Philosophy. He is qualified as Ordinary Professor of Moral Philosophy. He is also member of the doctoral program in “Etica e filosofia politico-giuridica” and he was member of the board of the Centre for the Study of Political Philosophy at the same University. He has given courses of lectures at the “Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici” in Naples and he is member of the University of Salerno committee for international relations. Among his most recent publications: Politica e/o teologia (Liguori, Napoli 1999), Pensare la Politica (Edizioni Lavoro, Roma 2002), Terre di confine. Politica, Filosofia, Teologia (Città aperta, Troina 2009), Un’altra “teologia politica”? (Mimesis, Milano 2012), Piero Martinetti, Spinoza (ed. by F.S. Festa, Castelvecchi, Roma 2017).
is PhD in Philosophy at Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane, Florence-Naples. He spent periods of research at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich. In 2010, he received special mention at “Vittorio Sainati” Award for best doctoral dissertations discussed in Italy, organized by the University of Pisa. Some of his publications: La ragione ricondotta all’intelletto?, in AA. VV., Jacobi in discussione, Franco Angeli, Milano 2012; Padula lettore di Hegel, in “Quaderni di Antropologia e Scienze Umane” (2013), I limiti della ragione e le possibilità della filosofia, in “Il Cannocchiale” (2013), Una libertà ancipite, in “Il Cannocchiale” (2016).
is PhD in Italian Studies. She received a research fellowship in Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Salerno (Italy). Her main publications include: Scenari della corporeità in Jean-Luc Nancy in «Quaderni di InSchibboleth» (Inschibboleth, Roma 2012); Carlo Michelstaedter: dalla bellezza alla persuasione in AA.VV., Carlo Michelstaedter e il Novecento filosofico italiano (Le Lettere, Firenze 2013); Jean-Luc Nancy. La chance comunitaria: l’esposizione del «senza progetto» in «Epékeina» (2015); Come una cometa. Saggio su Carlo Michelstaedter (Le Lettere, Firenze 2016).
Carries out research at the University of Salerno. He has earned the National Scientific Qualification Associate Professor in Moral Philosophy. His studies mainly deal with Frankfurt critical theory. In this field he has published several articles and two monographs: Forme della dialettica. Herbert Marcuse e l’idea di teoria critica (Manifestolibri, Roma 2009) and La merce e il mito. Su Adorno e la teoria critica (Manifestolibri, Roma 2013). He is also editor of Max Horkheimer’s Manuscript On the Sociology of Class Relations (Paparo, Napoli 2013) and co-editor (with M. Deodati and P. Ricci Sindoni) of Jaspers e il Novecento, «Studi jaspersiani», IV, 2016. He is also author of essays on Simmel, Jaspers and Collingwood.
Holds a PhD in Modern and Contemporary Philosophy at the Italian Institute of Human Sciences, Florence-Naples. He is a research fellow at the Department of Humanities, Philosophy and Education at the University of Salerno and collaborates with the chairs of History of Philosophy and Theoretical Philosophy of the Department. His first monograph, released in June 2014 for EAI (Italian Academic Editions), has the title Croce ed Hegel: una diversa interpretazione della storia. He is author of the voice Marxismo for Lessico crociano. Un breviario filosofico-politico per il futuro (La Scuola di Pitagora, Napoli 2016), a project born on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Benedetto Croce. Other publications: Il ruolo della geografia nel sistema filosofico di Hegel, in Studi del La. Car. Topon. St. (Gutenberg, Fisciano 2014) e Hegel e Croce: un confronto attivo, in “Nuovo Meridionalismo”, 2001.
has a PhD in Political Philosophy. His studies concern modern political thinking, emphasising on the aesthetical aspect of politics. He has translated and edited the Italian editions of Jean-Luc Nancy, L’altro ritratto (Castelvecchi, Roma 2014), Id., Il disegno del Piacere (Mimesis, Milano 2017), Jacques Rancière, L’inconscio estetico (Mimesis, Milano 2016). Some of his essays are: Senza arte né parte. John Cage e Jacques Rancière, in D. Calabrò e V. Mascia (a cure di), Architetture del vivente (Le Lettere, Firenze 2015); Philosophy beyond border. Lévinas, Blanchot, Nancy, in G. Bird, D. Calabrò, D. Giugliano (ed. by), Unlimit. Rethinking the Boundaries between Philosophy, Aesthetics and Arts (Mimesis International, Milan 2017); La critica dell’economia politica nel pensiero affermativo, in E. Lisciani Petrini, G. Strummiello (a cura di), Effetto Italian Thought (Quodlibet, Macerata 2017).