I am an associate professor for theoretical philosophy at the University of Turin.
Until October 2019, I was the principal investigator (DFG "Eigene Stelle") of a project entitled The pre-history of Kant's nonevidentialism, which I ran at Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main. The project aimed to reconstruct discussions regarding "practical grounds for belief" in 18th Century Germany before Kant.
Before obtaining this latter position, I ran another DFG-project on Kant, transcendental strategies and philosophical antinomies. I was also a postdoctoral fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung with a project on Kant's transcendental method in philosophy and its legacy to pragmatism and philosophy today. Both projects were hosted by Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main.
I received my Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Pisa, where my supervisor was Alfredo Ferrarin, and my Laurea (M.A.) in philosophy from Ca' Foscari University (Venice). I was also a visiting scholar at Penn State University (2007), the University of Sheffield (2008) and the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2017).