Editorial Team

Federica Buongiorno / Ed. in Chief

Federica Buongiorno (Editor in Chief) is an Assistant Professor in Theoretical Philosophy and Phenomenology of Technology at the University of Florence, Italy, and a Visiting Fellow (2020-2023) at the Institute for Cultural Inquiry in Berlin, Germany. In 2017 she received the Italian National Scientific Qualification as Associate Professor in Theoretical Philosophy. Her research interests include Husserlian and post-Husserlian phenomenology, the philosophy of technology (with a special focus on AI, algorithmic thinking and the digital turn), and the contemporary theories of knowledge. She received her Ph.D. in Philosophy in 2013 from “Sapienza” University of Rome with a dissertation on the pre-categorial foundation of Husserl’s early philosophy. She has been a Post-Doc researcher at the Istituto Italiano di Studi Storici of Naples (2012-2013), at the Freie Universität Berlin (2014-2017), at the Istituto Italiano di Studi Filosofici of Naples (2017) and at the Technische Universität Dresden (2017-2020). She is member of the editorial board of “Lo Sguardo” and co-founder and editor of the philosophical book series Umweg (Inschibboleth editions). She collaborates as a translator from German for several Italian publishers. Among her publications: La linea del tempo. Coscienza, percezione, memoria tra Bergson e Husserl (Rome 2018, firs. ed. 2014); Intuizione e riflessione nella fenomenologia di Edmund Husserl (Rome 2017); Logica delle forme sensibili. Sul precategoriale nel primo Husserl (Rome 2014).

Cristina Basili

Cristina Basili

Cristina Basili is a Lecturer in Contemporary Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Society, Complutense University of Madrid. Previously, she was a “Juan de la Cierva” Researcher at the same university, a DAAD researcher at the Institute für Philosophie of the University of Bonn, and an adjunct lecturer at the Department of Human Sciences at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. She received her Ph.D. in Political Philosophy from the Carlos III University in Madrid (2016) with a dissertation on Leo Strauss’ Platonism (Excellence Award in Human Sciences UC3M); she has been a post-doc researcher at the New School for Social Research in New York, at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales and at the CNRS in Paris. Her research focuses on the problem of power in twentieth-century philosophy, with particular attention to women’s political thought. She is the author of numerous essays on the thought of Simone Weil, Hannah Arendt and Leo Strauss, on the contemporary reception of ancient political thought and on the theological-political problem.

Simone Guidi

Simone Guidi is a Researcher at the National Research Council of Italy’s Institute for the European Intellectual Lexicon and History of Ideas (CNR-ILIESI). He was (2019-2020) a permanent Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Coimbra’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities and a Full Member at the same University’s Instituto de Estudos Filosóficos, where he has been as an FCT Post-Doc Research Fellow (2017-2019). He received his PhD in Philosophy from SAPIENZA University of Rome in 2013. His research deals with the History of Modern and Contemporary Philosophy, and especially with the genesis of the Cartesian mind-body dualism, with the Iberian Late Aristotelianism as well as with Bergson’s thought. He is the founder and the managing editor of Lo Sguardo and he contributes to several other academic journals and collective volumes. He is the managing editor of the Conimbricenses (1542-1772) project, the first online Encyclopedia of Portuguese Aristotelianism. Among his publications are L’angelo e la macchina. Sulla genesi della res cogitans cartesiana, (FrancoAngeli, Milan 2018)H. Bergson, Lezioni di metafisica, (Mimesis, Milan 2018, translation) and H. Bergson, Storia dell’idea di tempo (Mimesis, Milan 2019, translation). In 2018 he received the Italian National Scientific Qualification (ASN) as an Associate Professor of History of Philosophy. In 2020 he received the Italian National Scientific Qualification (ASN) as a Full Professor of History of Philosophy.

Antonio Lucci

Antonio Lucci (1983), is Assistant Professor in Moral Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Educational Sciences, University of Turin. Previously, after receiving his Ph.D. in Theoretical Philosophy from the University of Trieste, he was lecturer at the Freie Universität and Humboldt Universität Berlin, Zeppelin Universität Friedrichshafen, Dresden International University, NABA Milan, and visiting professor at the Universities of Turin and Chieti. He has also been visiting scholar at IFK Vienna, FIPH Hannover, Exzellenzcluster TOPOI Berlin, IISF Naples. His most recent publications include: La stella ascetica. Ascesi e soggettivazione in Friedrich Nietzsche (Rome 2020); Askese als Beruf. Die sonderbare Kulturgeschichte der Schmuckeremiten (Vienna 2019); True Detective. Una filosofia del negativo (Genova 2019); Umano Post Umano (Rome 2016); Un’acrobatica del pensiero. La filosofia dell’esercizio di Peter Sloterdijk (Rome 2014).

Marco Carassai

Marco Carassai received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University la Sapienza in Rome, with a dissertation on the theme of language and the question of temporality in Nietzsche’s thought. His research interests include contemporary philosophy, philosophy of language, and hermeneutics. He is the author of several scholarly publications, a translator, and an editor of “Lo Sguardo”.

Igor Pelgreffi Filosofia

Igor Pelgreffi

Igor Pelgreffi holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy, and teaches “Ethics and Law of Data Protection” and “Ethics and Philosophy of the Person” at the University of Verona, Italy. He is a teacher in upper secondary schools in Bologna and holds a National Scientific Qualification as Associate Professor in the following areas: Moral Philosophy, Theoretical Philosophy, and Aesthetics and Philosophy of Languages. He is a Member of the Research Centers: “Officine Filosofiche” (University of Bologna), “Tiresia. Philosophy and Psychoanalysis” (University of Verona), and “ETHOS – Ethics and Technology of the Self” (University of Verona), for which he is scientific events coordinator. He is an editor of the journals Lo Sguardo, and Kaiak. A Philosophical Journey, for whose editions he co-directs the series “Estetica e teoria delle arti” and “Scritture”. His research, starting from an interest in Nietzsche and contemporary philosophy (he edited the Italian edition of works by Nancy, Derrida, Stiegler and Žižek), focuses on the topics of corporeity and the intertwining of philosophy, writing, technique and the body (essays on Camus, Bernhard, Derrida, Gadda, Gargani, Morselli, Nancy, Nietzsche, Sennett, Žižek). He is also interested in autobiography and the nature of the relationship between the philosopher and media devices. He is currently developing a research on the topic of automatism and automation. Among his books: Filosofia dell’automatismo. Verso un’etica della corporeità (Orthotes 2018); Il pensiero e il suo schermo. Morfologie filosofiche fra cinema e nuovi media (KE 2013, ed. bt); Slavoj Žižek (Orthotes 2014); Scrittura e filosofia. Jacques Derrida interprete di Nietzsche (Aracne 2014); La scrittura dell’autos. Derrida e l’autobiografia (Galaad 2015); Il filosofo e il suo schermo. Video-interviste confessioni monologhi (KE 2016, ed. by).

Libera Pisano

Libera Pisano is currently a Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Fellow at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. In 2014 she received her Ph.D. in Theoretical philosophy at La Sapienza, University of Rome with a dissertation entitled Lo spirito manifesto. Percorsi linguistici nella filosofia hegeliana (ETS 2016). She has been a researcher at the Exzellenzcluster “Understanding Written Artefacts” at the University of Hamburg and at “Dispes” at the University of Calabria. She has been a post-doc fellow at the Maimonides Centre for Advanced Studies and at the Humboldt Universität of Berlin. She is the author of essays on the role of language in Hegel, Giambattista Vico, on the contemporary Jewish-German thought and on the concept of diaspora.

Alberto Romele

Alberto Romele

Alberto Romele is a researcher at IZEW, the International Center for Ethics in Science at the University of Tübingen. Previously, he was an Associate Professor of philosophy at the Université Catholique de Lille. His work focuses on topics in Philosophy of Technology, digital media studies and Hermeneutic Philosophy. His latest book is entitled Digital Hermeneutics (Routledge 2020).


Advisory Board

1. Nunzio Allocca
SAPIENZA Università di Roma (Italy)

2. Wolfgang Braungart
Bielefeld Universität (Germany)

3. Antonello D’Angelo
SAPIENZA Università di Roma (Italy)

4. Paolo D’Angelo
Università degli Studi di Roma Tre (Italy)

5. Arne De Boever
California Institute of the Arts, Valencia (CA – USA)

6. Roberto Esposito
Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane – Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa (Italy)

7. Antonello La Vergata
Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia (Italy)

8. Jean-Luc Nancy
Université de Strasbourg (France)

9. Thomas Macho
Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (Germany)

10. Marcello Mustè
SAPIENZA Università di Roma (Italy)

11. Maria Teresa Pansera
Università degli Studi di Roma Tre (Italy)

12. Fabio Polidori
Università degli Studi di Trieste (Italy)

13. Lorena Preta
Società Psicoanalitica Italiana (Italy)

14. Vallori Rasini
Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia (Italy)

15. Paola Rodano
SAPIENZA Università di Roma (Italy)

16. Wolfgang Rother
Universität Zürich (Switzerland)

17. Francesco Saverio Trincia
SAPIENZA Università di Roma (Italy)

Publishing Editor: Giacomo Scarpelli