I am a historian of philosophy and of semiotics, working mostly on the Late Scholasticism of the 16th and 17th centuries, and on the Austro-German tradition, involving, among others, authors such as B. Bolzano, F. Brentano, E. Husserl, A. Marty, A. Meinong, as well as G. Frege and L. Wittgenstein. I have strong interests in philosophy of language and mind.

In 2015, I earned my PhD on semiotic theories in Early Modern Philosophy, under the supervision of Philippe Hamou (Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense) and Giulia Belgioioso (Università del Salento - Lecce).

My major scientific achievement is my monograph on semiotic theories in the seventee…

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