RAIMONDI ANDREA


Ciclo: 33
Curriculum/Indirizzo: Epistemologico
Sede: UNIGE
Convenzione: MIUR

Tutor: Vignolo Massimiliano

Email: andrea.raimondi2@studenti.unimi.it

Progetto: The Semantics of Ascriptions of Meaning
Curriculum:

Personal Data

Place and date of birth: Milan, Italy | 28th September 1992
Email: andrea.raimondi.1992@hotmail.com | andrea.raimondi2@studenti.unimi.it

Education

  • 2015/16 - 2016/17: MA degree in Philosophy, University of Milan.
    • Final grade: 110/110 cum laude
    • Dissertation’s title: “Meaning, Correctness, Normativity”
    • Supervisor: Paolo Spinicci | Co-supervisor: Alessandro Zucchi
  • 2011/12 - 2013/14: BA degree in Philosophy, University of Milan
    • Final grade: 110/110 cum laude
    • Dissertation’s title: “Esperienza, credenza, giustificazione”
    • Supervisor: Paolo Spinicci
  • 2006/07 - 2010/11: High school diploma in foreign languages, Liceo Linguistico A. Manzoni, Milan

Talks

      - Peer-reviewed:

  • 30 June 2018: The Future of Normativity, University of Kent | Talk's title: "Semantic Oughts and Moral Oughts"
  • 20 June 2018: Intentional Logic and Metaphysics of Intentionality. 30 years later. Workshop with E. Zalta, University of Warsaw | Talk's title: "How (Not) to Individuate Intentional States. A Critical Commentary to Crane's Notion of Intentionality"
  • 25 April 2018: Annual International Graduate Conference, National University of Ireland | Talk's title: "Does Intentionality Suffice for Mentality?"
  • 21-23 March 2018: MLAG Graduate Conference II, University of Porto | Talk's title: "Does Intentionality Suffice for Mentality?"
  • 25-28 October 2017: PHILO-SOPHIA - 125 Years of Philosophy University in Sofia, University of Sofia | Talk’s title: “A Puzzle About Semantic Properties”
  • 16-17 October 2017: The Nature of the Normative: Ontology, Semantics, Logic, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences | Talk’s title: “An Expressivistic Approach to Semantic Normativism”
  • 15-17 September 2017: Salzburg Conference of Young Analytic Philosophy - SOPhiA 2017, University of Salzburg | Talk’s title: “Semantic Facts and Oughts”

      - Invited Speaker:

  • 21 March 2018: Speaker at Workshop on Wittgenstein, University of Reading | Talk's title: "Religious Beliefs and Contradictions" (with Professor Severin Schroeder)

      - Discussant:

  • 21-23 March 2018: Discussant at MLAG Graduate Conference II, University of Porto
  • 2-3 October 2017: Discussant at Anglo-German Picture Theory Group Annual Meeting 2017, Palazzo Feltrinelli, Gargnano del Garda
  • 7-9 July 2017: Discussant at Cracow Workshop of Analytic Philosophy (CWAP) 2017, Jagiellonian University 

      - Other:

  • 25 May 2018: Speaker at the Borg-Predelli Workshop on Contextual Dependence, University of Genoa | Talk’s title: “Intention, Intention, and What Is Said” (with M. Rosola)
  • 22 February 2018: Speaker at the Seminar of Philosophy of Literature, University of Milan | Talk’s title: “What Are We Talking About When We Talk About Harry Potter?”
  • 17 February 2017: Speaker at the Seminar of Philosophy of Literature, University of Milan | Talk’s title: “Finzione, integrazione, controfattuali”

Conferences, Summer Schools, Editorial Work

  • June 2018: Norms and Change, University of Parma
  • May 2018: Topoi conference, Foundational Issues in Phillosophical Semantics, University of Turin
  • January 2018: XXIV Conference of the Italian Society for Philosophy of Language
  • May 2017: Casalegno Lectures with Professor R. Stalnaker (MIT), University of Milan
  • September 2016 - present: Member of the editorial stuff of Spazio Filosifico - Web site: http://spaziofilosofico.filosofia.unimi.it
  • 2-4 November 2016: Conference Why Rules Matter - Workshop on topics addressed in J. Peregrin's book on inferentialism, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences
  • September 2016: XII Conference of the Italian Society for Analyitic Philosophy, University of Pistoia.
  • 14-16 July 2016: Summer School with Professor Nathan Salmon, University of Bamberg | Main topics: Contemporary theories of reference, the reference of empty names

Language skills

  • Italian: Mothertongue
  • English: Certificate in Advanced English Level C1 (University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations) | TOEFL iBT Certificate
  • German: Goethe-Zertifikat C1 (Goethe-Institut)
  • Spanish: Level B2