Ph.D., Harvard University
His main research interest concerns the nature of intentional agency, with special emphasis on its diachronic dimension and its relation to personal identity. He is also currently working on issues about the relation between the nature of agency and practical reasoning.
Teaches courses in philosophy of action, philosophy of mind, personal identity, and philosophy of biology.
"Diachronic Constraints of Practical Rationality" Philosophical Issues, 22 (to appear)
"Can I Only Intend My Own Actions?," Oxford Studies in Agency and Responsibility, I (to appear)
"Davidson on Intentions" in E. Lepore and K. Ludwig (eds.), A Companion to Davidson, (Wiley-Blackwell) (to appear)
Critical Review of R. Holton Willing, Wanting, Waiting, Oup, Journal of Moral Philosophy, (2012, iii: 1-15)
"Decisions, Diachronic Autonomy, and the Division of Deliberative Labor" Philosophers' Imprint, (2010, 10.2: 1-23)
"Conditional Intentions" Nous, (2009, 43.9: 700-741)
"What Good is a Diachronic Will?" Philosophical Studies, (2009, 144.3: 403-430)
"Constitutivism and the Inescapability of Agency" Oxford Studies in Metaethics, (2009, iv: 303-333)
"Action" in J. Shand (ed.), Central Issues in Philosophy, (Blackwell, 2009: 137-151)
"Three Ways of Spilling Ink Tomorrow" in Rationality in Belief and Action, Rijeka, Filozofski fakultet, E. Baccarini, S. Prijic-Samarzija (eds.) (2006: 95-127).
Review of T. Pievani Introduzione alla Filosofia della Biologia, (2R, 2006, ii: 1-11)
"The Will: Interpersonal Bargaining versus Intrapersonal Prediction" Brain and Behavioral Sciences (2005, Oct 28.5: 654-655).
"An Elusive Challenge to the Authorship Account of First-Person Authority" Philosophical Psychology, (2003, Dec 16.4: 565-577).
"The Difference Principle: Incentives or Equality?" (in Italian), Filosofia e Questioni Pubbliche (1995, i: 47-63).
Parfit's Theory of Personal Identity and Utilitarianism" (in Italian), Annali del Dipartimento di Filosofia di Firenze, (1993, ix: 161-196).