My main fields of research are modern theories of free speech and Immanuel Kant, with a special focus on his practical philosophy and anthropology. Currently, I work on Kant’s concept of public use of reason from the point of view of its epistemic requirements and practical goals. Moreover, I am particularly interested in Spinoza’s libertas philosophandi and Mill’s freedom of thought and discussion.

I have earned my doctoral degree in “History and Philosophy of Political Thought” and “Practical Philosophy” at Università La Sapienza Rome and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin with a dissertation on Wilhelm von Humboldt’s political thought and act…

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