Dario Antiseri

Dario Antiseri (I) studied philosophy and political science at the universities of Perugia and Vienna. After several years as professor of philosophy at Siena and Padova, Antiseri was appointed Dean of the Faculty of Political Science at the university of Rome, La Sapienza. From 1986 until 2009 he served as Professor of Methodology and Philosophy at LUISS “Guido Carli” (Libera Universita Internazionale degli Studi Sociali) in Rome and is considered Italy’s most influential philosopher. Antiseri’s main areas of work include epistemology, analytical philosophy, semantics and the social philosophy of Austrian Economics. His History of Philosophy: Il Pensiero Occidentale dalle Origini ad Oggi, (together with Giovanni Reale) and his work on K.R. Popper La Vienna di Popper became standards in the pertaining literature. In 2012, R. de Mucci and K.R. Leube presented Un Austriaco in Italia, an academic celebratory volume (Festschrift) in Antiseri’s honor.

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