Biannual webzine of Theater, Video and Sound | ISSN 2532-3830 | doi: 10.47109/0102
Physicist, logical and philosopher of science, he taught at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, where he is a member of the Doctoral School in History and Philosophic-Social Sciences. He has dealt with scientific ontology, philosophy of mind, theory of argumentation and logic of inferential processes. He has published articles and scientific essays on indeterminism, causal reduction, mental images, spatial / temporal representations, the nature of time, the relationships between syntax and semantics, physicalism, physical laws and modal logics. In the field of performing arts, he edited and introduced a collection of theoretical essays by Rafael Spregelburd, discussed the link between ethos and pathos in the Alain Badiou theater, reconstructed the cultural roots of Tadeusz Kantor's theater, analyzing the complex logical relationships that exist - in the theater of the latter - between reality, imagination and staging of both.