Guido Bonino (co-founder)
Guido Bonino is Associate Professor of History of Philosophy at the University of Turin, Department of Philosophy and Education. His main interests are the history of analytic philosophy and that of 19th-century British philosophy.
Enrico Pasini (co-founder)
Enrico Pasini is Full Professor of History of Philosophy at the University of Turin, Department of Philosophy and Education. His main interests are the history of early modern thought and Leibniz.
Paolo Tripodi (co-founder)
Paolo Tripodi is Associate Professor of History of Philosophy at the University of Turin, Department of Philosophy and Education. His main interests are Wittgenstein and its legacy, and the History of analytic philosophy.
Francesca Biagioli is “Rita Levi Montalcini” Assistant Professor at the University of Turin. Her main areas of research are Post-Kantian Philosophy, Historical Epistemology, History and Philosophy of Mathematics, and History of Logic.
Paolo Babbiotti is a PhD student in philosophy at the University of Turin. He studies the notion of ‘style’ in philosophy, with a special focus on the work of Bernard Williams and Stanley Cavell.
Sara Garzone received her M.A. in Philosophy at the University of Turin. Her main interests are the legacy of Foucault and the development of 20th-century critical philosophy.
Pietro Lana is a Master Student of Philosophy at the University of Turin. He is interested in the application of quantitative methods to the study of the history of philosophy.
Andrea Moresco is a PhD student at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa. His research focuses on Spinoza, Marx and political philosophy.
Eugenio Petrovich is Assistant Professor (Rtd-A) in philosophy of science at the University of Turin. In his research he applies scientometrics to the study of philosophy and economics.
PROJECTS: History of late analytic philosophy
Lucia Randone obtained her PhD in Philosohy at the University of Turin. Her research deals with the concepts of health in early modern thought.
Nicola Ruschena is a PhD student in philosophy at the University of Turin.
Marco Viola is Assistant Professor (Rtd-A) in theoretical philosophy at the University of Roma Tre. He is interested in the philosophy of neuroscience, and in the social epistemology of science.
PROJECTS: Epistemic Bias and Pluralism in Science
Alberto Baccini is a Full Professor of Political Economics at the University of Siena, Department of Law. His main interests are sociology of economics and research evaluation. He is the Editor in Chief of Roars Transactions, a Journal on Research Policy and Evaluation (RT).
Arianna Betti is a Professor (Chair) of Philosophy of Language at the University of Amsterdam, at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation. Her main interests are in philosophical methodology and methodology of the history of philosophical ideas, but she also has many ongoing historical projects in several fields of Digital Humanities.
Valerio Buonomo obtained his PhD in Philosophy at the University of Milan. He is currently working at the European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, and specifically on next EU FP Horizon Europe.
Mario Cedrini is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Turin, Secretary of the Italian Association for the History of Political Economy (STOREP), and Co-Editor of The Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi. His main interests are the history of economic thought, economic methodology, and economics as science.
Lianna D’Amato is Humanities Data Curator at Synapta srl. Her main interests are the preservation, valorization, sharing and research of cultural data using the Linked Open Data methodologies.
Carlo Debernardi is a PhD student at the University of Milan (Network for the Advancement of the Social and Political Studies). He is interested in social epistemology and quantitative methods for history of science.
Maxim Demin is Assistant Professor of National Research University Higher School of Economics (Saint-Petersburg, Russia). His main interests are contemporary social epistemology and the institutional history of philosophy, especially the German university philosophy of the 19th century.
Marco Leontino is a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Turin, Department of Computer Science. His main interests are related to Artificial Intelligence in general, focusing particularly in Natural Language Processing, Lexical Semantics, Knowledge Representation and Cognitive Science.
Paolo Maffezioli is a Ramon y Cajal fellow at the Department of Logic and Theoretical Philosophy at the Complutense University of Madrid, Department of Philosophy. He is interested in Logic, Philosophy of Logic and History of Logic.
Franco Moretti is a literary scholar. He taught at the Università di Salerno, Columbia University and Stanford University, where he founded the Literary Lab. He is currently teaching digital humanities at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. He fostered distant reading and more in general quantitative methods in literary studies.
Maximilian Noichl is an MA student at the University of Vienna, working on computational history and philosophy of science. He is also very interested in data-visualization and metaphilosophy, and you can view some of his projects, mostly about the history of philosophy at his website.
Eleonora Priori is a PhD student in Economics and Complex systems at University of Turin, Department of Economics and Statistic Cognetti De Martiis. Her interests focus on complexity theory applied to economic systems, agent-based modeling and economic methodology.
Davide Pulizzotto is a Research Associate at Polytechnique Montréal and a postdoctoral researcher funded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC-CRSH). His main interests are in computational semiotics, natural language processing, and text mining.
Daniele Radicioni is an Associate Professor at the University of Turin, Department of Computer Science. His main interests are in applied ontology, lexical semantics, and artificial intelligence in general.
Alberto Termine is a PhD student in Philosophy at the University of Milan, where he is a member of the Logic Group. His main interests are in the logical and computational foundations of Data Science and in the applications of data-driven methods to philosophy and humanities in general. In particular, he is interested in Causal Inference and its applications to Epistemology and Philosophy of Biology.