Author


Alberto Giacomelli

Institution

Università degli Studi di Padova

Bio-Notes

I achieved the Ph.D. in Theoretical and Practical Philosophy on 19/03/2012 with "Excellent" rating. Thesis title: Simbolica per tutti e per nessuno. Linguaggio e figurazione in «Così parlò Zarathustra». Supervisor: G. Pasqualotto, Co-Supervisor: G. Campioni. I published my PhD thesis in 2012 (Simbolica per tutti e per nessuno. Stile e figurazione nello Zarathustra di Nietzsche, Mimesis, Milano, 2012, pp. 261, Prefazione di G. Pasqualotto). Since 2012 I am Subject Expert (“cultore della materia”) in Aesthetics (M-FIL/04), member of the Research Project “Corrispondenze tra pensieri d’Oriente e d’Occidente” (Università di Padova coordinator: Prof. G. Pasqualotto) and “Oltre l’Humanitas”, (Università di Padova coordinator: Prof. F. Grigenti). Since 2013 I am member of SPN (Seminario permanente Nietzscheano) - Centro Interdipartimentale "Colli-Montinari" di Studi su Nietzsche e la Cultura Europea. Between 2013 and 2014 I taught three classes on the subject: «Arte e vita nello Zarathustra» at the course of Aesthetics for the Master’s Degree in Philosophical Sciences at the University of Padua. I published four reviews, one essay in a volume, I held 12 public talks, two of them in international conferences. In 2015 I gained a post-doc position as a Fellow for 24 months (1/03/2016 - 28/02/2018) at the University of Padua, FISPPA Department (Dipartimento di Filosofia, Sociologia, Pedagogia e Psicologia Applicata) with a research project entitled: “Figure dell’estetica nel pensiero di Nietzsche dalla Nascita della tragedia a Così parlò Zarathustra”. I became a member of the SIE, Società Italiana d’Estetica. I did teaching activities with a lecture series on the topic: «Genealogia dell’inconscio e Das Unheimliche nella finzione artistico-letteraria» at the course of History of Contemporary Philosophy at the University of Padua. I published a translation and three essays in volume, I held 6 public Talks. From 2016 to date I am Subject Expert in Philosophy without scientific-disciplinary limitations. In 2016 I spent a research period at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts as Visiting post-doc Fellow (20/09-23/10, Referent: Prof. J. Bloechl). I did teaching activities with a lecture series on the subject: «Responsabilità, colpa e ressentiment. Nietzsche e la critica della dinamica colpa-punizione nella seconda Dissertazione della Genealogia della morale» at the course of History of Contemporary Philosophy at the University of Padua. I published two reviews and an essay in a volume, I held 6 public talks, three of them in international conferences. In 2017 I spent a research period at the Technische Universität Berlin as Visiting post-doc Fellow (2/10 - 15/12, Referent: Prof. Dr. G. Abel). I held 9 public Talks, four of them in international conferences. I translated and edited a book, I published 4 articles (3 in Refereed Journals). Member of the Aesthetic, History of philosophy and History of contemporary philosophy Examination Committee.