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Dipartimento di Filosofia e Beni Culturali
Sito web struttura: http://www.unive.it/dip.fbc
Sede: Malcanton Marcorà
|Research team||Creative arts, cultural heritage and digital humanities|
Cecilia Rofena is fixed-term researcher and teaches Philosophy of Language and Philosophy of Literature. She holds degrees in philosophy from the University of Pisa: she earned her Master's Degree with the thesis Linguaggio ed etica in Ludwig Wittgenstein, under the direction of Aldo Giorgio Gargani and Remo Bodei, and her Ph.D. with a thesis titled Dalla forma delle parole alla forma di vita. Morfologia e sinossi in Wittgenstein. She obtained a specialization in Cultural Sciences from the International School of Advanced Studies-Sciences of Culture at the Fondazione Collegio San Carlo in Modena with a dissertation on the interrelations of philosophy, anthropology, and art in Wittgenstein's work. As graduate student at the International School of Advanced Studies of Modena, she studied history and philosophy of culture under Hans Belting, Serge Gruzinski, Simon Claude Mimouni, Franco Moretti, Lea Ritter Santini, Guy Stroumsa, Mario Vegetti, and Christoph Wulf, among others. She has carried out research in Berlin, London, Oxford, and at the Department of Philosophy of the University of Chicago. Cecilia is the author of Wittgenstein e l’errore di Frazer. Etica morfologica ed estetica antropologica, Verità e menzogna. Wittgenstein nello specchio di Nietzsche, Errore e finzione. Logiche poetiche e poetiche filosofiche, and Allo scoperto. L'emozione del linguaggio. Her research interests include philosophy of language, epistemology, aesthetics, ethics, anthropology, and the history of ideas, with specialization in the work of Wittgenstein and Nietzsche, philosophy of literature, theories of representation, languages of art. Her current research is focused on error, memory, and expression. Her work is also concerned with the intersection of art, science, and philosophy.