Cogito. Studies in Philosophy and its History
Editors Gabriele De Anna
and Riccardo Martinelli
Open to all philosophical genres and traditions, the book series Cogito. Studies in Philosophy and its History aims at publishing selected studies and texts with special focus on metaphysics, ethics, and their relations.
Cogito promotes a view of philosophy as an argumentative discipline, which needs to be both theoretically engaged and conscious of the historical dimension of theoretical discussions. Hence, the book series hosts readable and accessible texts, which contribute to philosophical advancement or which inquire into the historical roots of theoretical issues.
Cogito considers contributions from both senior and junior scholars, and promotes scientific dissemination by employing an open access policy.
Submitted texts will be peer reviewed according to standard double-blind processes of evaluation. Contributions in English, Italian, French, Spanish and German language are eligible.
Antonio Allegra (Università per Stranieri di Perugia), Carla Bagnoli (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia), Andrea Bottani (Università di Bergamo), Rosa M. Calcaterra (Università Roma Tre), Antonella Corradini (Milano, Università Cattolica), Mario De Caro (Università Roma Tre), Christian Illies (Otto-Friedrich Universität Bamberg, DE), Nikolay Milkov (Universität Paderborn, DE), Matteo Negro (Università di Catania), Roger Pouivet (Université de Lorraine, F), Stefano Poggi (Università di Firenze), Giacomo Samek Lodovici (Milano, Università Cattolica), Thomas Sturm (Universidad Autònoma de Barcelona, E) , Nic Teh (University of Notre Dame, USA), Achille Varzi (Columbia University, USA)