Andrea taught at the Universities of Milan and Freiburg, before coming to Boston College in 2009 as an assistant professor with an area of specialization in Husserlian Phenomenology.
Fields of Interest
- Transcendental Phenomenology (Husserl)
- Neokantianism (Rickert, Lask)
- Philosophy of the Human Sciences (Dilthey, Simmel)
- German Idealism (Fichte)
- Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind
- The possibility of thinking beyond the opposition analytic/continental philosophy
- 19th and 20th Century Philosophy (undergraduate)
- Perspectives on Western Culture I: Athens and Jerusalem (undergraduate)
- Husserl (graduate)
A Grasp From Afar: Überschau and the Givenness of Life in Husserlian Phenomenology. Continental Philosophy Review 46/1 (2013), 21-36.
The Mark of Beginnings. Husserl and Hegel on the Meaning of Naiveté, in F. Fabbianelli/S. Luft (eds.), Husserl und die klassische deutsche Philosophie (Dordrecht: Springer forthcoming 2013), 267-276.
Philosophy: Weltanschauung or Wissenschaft? Towards a Pre-History of the Analytic/Continental Rift. Philosophy and Social Criticism 39/8 (2013), 793-807.
"Unforgivable Sinners? Epistemological and Psychological Naturalism in Husserl’s Philosophy as a Rigorous Science", Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 3/2 (2012), 147-160.
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