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Stefania Achella is an associate professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Chieti-Pescara, where she teaches Ethics. She worked on the relationship between philosophy and biology in the nineteenth century and on the concepts of life and corporeity in classical German philosophy. To these topics, she dedicated many articles and the book: Pensare la vita. Saggio su Hegel (Il Mulino 2020). She is co-editor of the volume: The Owl’s Flight. Hegel’s Legacy in the Contemporary Philosophy (De Gruyter, 2021). She currently works on the role of the feminine in the philosophical tradition (see the articles: Recognizing Females. Hegel’s Antigone-Device, 2020; Gendering the Anthropocene?, 2021).

Bodies Beyond Rights: Why Governance of Woman’s Autonomy is Not Solely a Legal Issue

30 November 2022

A New Beginning for Philosophy: Where to Start?

2 March 2022

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