Azimuth’s Editorial Team

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Federica Buongiorno / Ed. in Chief

Senior Post-doc Researcher at the “Technische Universität Dresden” (“Institut für Philosophie”) since 2017, her research combines phenomenology and the philosophy of technology. She has been a post-doc researcher at the “Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, Naples” (2017), the “Freie Universität Berlin” (2014-2017), the “Sapienza Università di Roma” (2014) and the “Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Storici, Naples” (2012-2013). She received her PhD in Theoretical Philosophy (with a focus on Husserl’s phenomenology) in 2013 from “Sapienza Università di Roma”. She is the Editor in Chief of the book series UMWEG for InSchibboleth edizioni, and she’s a member of the Editorial Board of various philosophical journals, such as “Lo Sguardo” and “Philosophy Study”. She is a translator and advisor for publishing houses in Italy and has published several contributions about Husserl’s phenomenology, the 20th century philosophy and the philosophy of technology. Her last book is Intuizione e riflessione nella fenomenologia di Edmund Husserl (Rome, 2017).

Cristina Basili

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Cristina Basili

Cristina Basili held her PhD in Humanities at the Carlos III University of Madrid, with a dissertation on the relation between Platonism and Modernity in Leo Strauss’s thought. She is currently visiting scholar at the Philosophy Department of the University of Barcelona. Her main research field is the history of political thought. Particularly, she worked on the topic of political theology and on problem of the tension between philosophy and politics. Between her interests there are also classical reception studies, utopian studies, Jewish philosophy and gender studies. She is author of various essays and articles on 20th century political thought and she is member of the editorial board of the following reviews: “Res Publica Litterarum”, “Azimuth” and “Lo Sguardo”.

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Simone Guidi

Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Coimbra’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Full Member at the same University’s Instituto de Estudos Filosóficos where he has been as an FCT Post-Doc Research Fellow (2017-2019). Lecturer at the NABA Fine Arts Academy of Milan (2014-2017). 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 the electronic philosophical journal “Lo Sguardo” and he contributes to several others academic journals and collective volumes. 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 Associate Professor of History of Philosophy.

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Antonio Lucci

Currently holding a Post-Doc Scholarship at the Excellence Cluster Topoi (Humboldt-Freie Universität), and teaches Aesthetics of New Media at NABA in Milan. Previously he has taught at the Institut für Kulturwissenschaft (Humboldt Universität in Berlin) and researched at SAPIENZA University of Rome (2012-2013). He has a PhD in Philosophy (Trieste, 2012), and since 2009 is has being Assistant for the chair of Philosophy and Problems of Intersubjectivity at SAPIENZA University of Rome. Ordinary member of ISAP and editor of the philosophical review “Lo Sguardo”. He has spent years studying Peter Sloterdijk’s thought, with numerous interventions in books and magazines and the first Italian monography on this author (“Il limite delle sfere. Saggio su Peter Sloterdijk”, Rome 2011).

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Marco Carassai

Ha conseguito un Dottorato di ricerca di Filosofia preso l’Università la Sapienza di Roma, discutendo una tesi sul tema del linguaggio e la questione della temporalità nel pensiero di Nietzsche. Il suo ambito di ricerca è la filosofia contemporanea, la filosofia del linguaggio, l’ermeneutica. Autore di diverse pubblicazioni scientifiche, traduttore, è attualmente Cultore della materia presso la cattedra di Filosofia Teoretica all’Università La Sapienza di Roma.

Igor Pelgreffi Filosofia

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Igor Pelgreffi

PhD in Philosophy, he is Adjunct Professor (University of Verona) of “Ethics and Philosophy of the person” and highschool teacher in Bologna. He is member of the Research Centre: “Officine Filosofiche” (University of Bologna), “Tiresia. Filosofia e psicoanalisi” (University of Verona) and ETHOS: Ethics and Technology of the Self (University of Verona). In 2019 he received the Italian National Scientific Qualification (ASN) as Associate Professor of Theoretical Philosophy. He is editor also of the Journal “Lo Sguardo” and “Kaiak”, for which he is the co-director of the collections “Estetica e teoria delle arti” and “Scritture”. Moving from an interest in Nietzsche and in contemporary philosophy (he translated texts of Nancy, Derrida, Stiegler and Žižek), his research’s focus are corporeity and the relationship between philosophy, technique and body. He stresses also the different forms of expressions of philosophy, like autobiography or the performance of the philosopher on the screen or medial devices. He is dealing with a research on the topic of automatism. 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, eds.), 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, eds.).

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Libera Pisano

Libera Pisano is currently Research Associate at the Institute for Jewish Philosophy and Religion at the University of Hamburg. She was Research Fellow at the Department of Political and Social Science at the University of Calabria, Junior Fellow (Post-doc) at the Maimonides Centre for Advanced Studies, Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Haifa, at the Humboldt Universität of Berlin and at the Instituto Italiano per gli Studi filosofici. She earned her PhD in theoretical Philosophy at La Sapienza, Università di Roma in 2014, with a dissertation entitled Lo spirito manifesto. Percorsi linguistici nella filosofia hegeliana (ETS 2016). Recently she published together with Giuseppe Veltri, L’ebraismo come scienza. Cultura e Politica in Leopold Zunz (Paideia 2019), an introduction and the first Italian translation of the work of Leopold Zunz, and she edited the first translation in Italian of Gustav Landauer’s writings on Judaism (Gustav Landauer, Esilio e Anarchia, Castelvecchi 2019). She is the author of several essays concerning the role of language in Hegel’s writings, Moses Mendelssohn, Gustav Landauer, Jewish contemporary philosophy, G.B. Vico’s thought, linguistic scepticism among German-Jewish thinkers and the concept of Diaspora.

Alberto Romele

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Alberto Romele

Alberto Romele is Associate Professor of Philosophy of Technology at the Lille Catholic University. He is also part-time lecturer at the University of Paris Nanterre. He has been Assistant Professor at the University of Burgundy (Dijion) and Post-Doc of the Portuguese National Research Foundation at the University of Porto. His work is at the crossroad between philosophy of technology and media studies, with a specific interest for digital hermeneutics and sociotechnical imaginaries. He has published articles on journals such as Philosophy & TechnologyTechné, and Theory, Culture & Society. He has co-edited the book Towards a Philosophy of Digital Media (Palgrave 2018) and he recently published the monograph Digital Hermeneutics: Philosophical Investigations in New Media and Technologies (Routledge 2020).

 

Publishing Editor: Giacomo Scarpelli