Francesco Allegri

Pegaso Telematic University of Naples

I earned my MA in Philosophy from University of Florence and my Ph.D in Philosophy and Human Sciences from University of “Rome3”. I was a research fellow and adjunct professor at the University of Siena (Italy), where I taught Bioethics. I am currently Assistant Professor in Moral Philosophy at the Pegaso Telematic University of Naples (Italy), where I teach Ethics and Economics. My publications include five books (about W. D. Ross and normative pluralism, animal ethics, Richard Price and the foundations of virtue etc.). My articles have appeared in "Rivista di filosofia", "Ragion pratica", "Bioetica", "Ethics and Politics", "The Future of Sc…

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