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.
2018 “Fragmentalist Presentist Perdurantism”, Philosophia, online first
2018 “Outline of a Logic of Knowledge of Acquaintance” (with Giuseppe Spolaore), Analysis, 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
Forthcoming 2018 “Empirical Evidence and Philosophy” (with Petar Bojanić and Giuliano Torrengo), Rivista di Estetica 3
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