Cecilia Rofena is Associate Professor of Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Literature, Poetics and Rhetoric and Art, Mind, Language. She graduated from the University of Pisa under the direction of A.G. Gargani and R. Bodei and she holds an advanced degree in Cultural Sciences from the International School of Advanced Studies of the Fondazione Collegio San Carlo in Modena: her thesis on the relationship between philosophy, art and anthropology in Wittgenstein's thought was directed by Gargani (supervisors B.F. McGuinness, R. Bodei). Cecilia holds a Ph.D. in Philosophical Disciplines from the University of Pisa (supervisors: A.G. Gargani, A. I. Davidson) and studied at the Department of Philosophy, University of Chicago. She is the author of Wittgenstein e l’errore di Frazer. Etica morfologica ed estetica antropologica; Errore e finzione. Logiche poetiche e poetiche filosofiche; Allo scoperto. L’emozione del linguaggio; A prima vista. Logiche del racconto e del disegno. I suoi libri di poesia sono Agogiche. Sette variazioni su semplici mosse interiori; Mosaico.Tempi in tempesta. Her interests include the relationship between philosophy and literature, art theory, Wittgenstein.