My research mainly focuses on philosophical logic (especially on applications of modal logic) and metaphysics (in particular on non-standard versions of tense realism).
I’m a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Milan, where I received my PhD, in 2016, with a dissertation on Kit Fine’s fragmentalism. Since 2015, I’ve been an Adjunct Coordinator of the Centre for Philosophy of Time, based at the University of Milan. In 2018, I became a member of the Steering Committee (in the role of Treasurer) of the Italian Society for Analytic Philosophy.
2019 “Flow Fragmentalism”, Theoria, online first
2019 “Outline of a Logic of Knowledge of Acquaintance” (with Giuseppe Spolaore), Analysis 79: 52-61
2018 “Fragmentalist Presentist Perdurantism”, Philosophia, online first
2018 Filosofia del Futuro [Philosophy of the Future] (with Giuliano Torrengo), Milano: Raffaello Cortina (Click here for the public reaction to the book)
2016 Introduzione alle Logiche Modali [An Introduction to Modal Logic] (with Marcello Frixione and Massimiliano Vignolo), Roma-Bari: Laterza
Edited Journal Issue
2018 “Empirical Evidence and Philosophy” (with Petar Bojanić and Giuliano Torrengo), Rivista di Estetica 69
2014 “Contradictions, Disagreement and Normative Error”, in Bacchini F., Caputo S., Dell’Utri M., eds. New Frontiers in Truth, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 103-114
2017 “R. Cameron, The Moving Spotlight, OUP, Oxford, 2015, pp. 240” (with Valerio Buonomo), Argumenta. Journal of the Italian Society for Analytic Philosophy 4: 375-377