Ph.D., University of Milan
She was a Special Student, Visiting Fellow and Graduate Fellow in "Program Ethics and the Professions" at Harvard University (1994-97), and Post-graduate Fellow in practical philosophy at University of Amsterdam (1997-98).
She is Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Modena since 2010, and Visiting Professor at the Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (2014).
Current research project concerns the nature of objectivity in ethics and its relation to conceptions of agency.
Teaches courses in moral epistemology, metaethics, action theory, normative ethics, and philosophy of mind.
"Counting Without Numbers. A Non-aggregative Account of the Puzzle of Altruism", Journal of Social Philosophy, 2013
"Morality as Practical Knowledge", Analytic Philosophy, 53/2012, pp. 60-69
"The Exploration of Moral Life", in Iris Murdoch, Philosopher,, J. Broackes ed., Oxford University Press, 2011, pp. 193-221
"Starting Points: Kantian Constructivism Reassessed", Ratio Juris, forthcoming
"Constructivism in Meta-ethics", Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Winter 2011 Archive, pp. 1-51.