Andrea Cavalletti teaches History of mediaeval philosophy at the University of Verona. He is the author of several books, including Class (Seagull Books, 2019); Vertigo: the temptation of identity (Fordham University Press, 2022); The immemorial: the subject and its doubles (Seagull Books, forthcoming). In addition to the teaching field, his research interests concern theoretical philosophy, political philosophy and the science of myth. He has also edited several works by Furio Jesi including Spartakus: the simbology of revolt (Seagull Books, 2014); Secret Germany (Seagull Books, 2021); Time and Festivity (Seagull Books, 2021).
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|Bachelor's degree in Philosophy||History of Medieval Philosophy (2022/2023)||6||6|
|Bachelor's degree in Philosophy||History of Medieval Philosophy (2021/2022)||6||6|
|Bachelor's degree in Philosophy||History of Medieval Philosophy (2020/2021)||6||6|
|Bachelor's degree in Philosophy||History of Medieval Philosophy (2019/2020)||6||6|
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