… no matter what I could be

10376181_10209318918798024_1092755804228491670_nTimothy Tambassi is an ICUB Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Research Institute of the University of Bucharest, an Honorary Research Fellow in History of Philosophy at the University of Parma and a Visiting Researcher at the University of Eastern Piedmont.

Moreover, he was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Milan (2017), an Invited Visiting Scholar at the Columbia University in the City of New York (2016), an Honorary Research Fellow in Archival, Bibliographical and Library Sciences at the University of Eastern Piedmont (2014-17), a Research Fellow in Computer Science at the University of Eastern Piedmont (2013-14), a Teaching Assistant in History of Political Philosophy at the University of Parma (2012-14) and an Honorary Visiting Research Associate at the Durham University (2012).

In 2013, he obtained his Ph.D. in Philosophy and Human Science at the University of Verona with a dissertation entitled “The Riddle of Reality: E.J. Lowe’s Metaphysics, Ontology, and Philosophy of Mind”. Currently, his main interests of research include Metaphysics, Formal Ontology, Philosophy of Geography, Geo-ontologies and the Philosophy of E.J. Lowe.

He is Editor-in-cheif of the philosophical journal Quaderni della ginestra, and member of the editorial board of La società degli individui, Asia-Pacific Studies, Canadian Social Science, Philosophy Study, Filozofski pogledi/Philosophical Views and of the International editorial board of Calamò. Among his recent publications there are The Philosophy of Geo-Ontologies (Springer, 2017) and Il rompicapo della realtà. Metafisica, ontologia e filosofia della mente in E.J. Lowe (Mimesis, 2015).

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