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Enrico Schirò

Enrico Schiro

 

PhD student in Philosophy, Science, Cognition, and Semiotics (PSCS), University of Bologna (2014-).

E-mail: enrico.schiro2@unibo.it; enrico.schiro@gmail.com

Office address:
CIS – Department of Philosophy and Communication
University of Bologna
Via Zamboni 38
40126 Bologna
Italy

Education

2009 – 2014: MA degree in Philosophical Sciences, Roma Tre University, cum laude. Dissertation in Aesthetics. Title: Nella simulazione. L’estetica di Jean Baudrillard. Supervisor: Prof. Daniela Angelucci.

2004 – 2009: BA degree in Philosophy, University of Rome La Sapienza, cum laude. Dissertation in Modern Philosophy. Title: La natura dell’immaginazione in David Hume. Supervisor: Prof. Emanuele Levi Mortera.

Research interests

Epistemological issues in modern and contemporary philosophy, critical theories of representation (post-structuralism, deconstructionism), anthropology of knowledge, ontology and aesthetics of image, theories of object and object-oriented ontologies.

Conference and talks

2014, 4 July: “Apparenza e (in)intelligibilità del mondo. Baudrillard lettore di Descartes”, Conference: “Mondo sensibile e mondo intelligibile: dagli antichi ai moderni”, Philosophical Association Syzetesis, University of Rome La Sapienza.

2012, 2-3 March: “Letteratura ed esperienza nella crisi dell’Eurozona”, Conference: “How can one be a european? Literature and cultural identity in european modernity/Comment peut-on être européen? Littérature et identité culturelle dans la modernité européenne”, The Elica Project , University of Bucharest.

2012, 27-28 February: “(A)Identity. La cura in/di un concetto”, Communication at “Coscienza e identità personale. Prospettiva filosofica e neuroscientifica” Conference, Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome.

2011, 13 December: “Natura umana e strategie. Teatro cartesiano”, Communication at“Natura e cultura: i risvolti antropologici del pensiero filosofico” Graduate Student Seminar Philosophical Association Syzetesis, University of Rome La Sapienza.

Linguistic skills

Italian (native), English (B2 level), French (A2 level).

Computer skills

Good knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, e PowerPoint). Good knowledge of bibliographic research tools (Opac, Open Access Database, Google).