Paolo Pecere is a historian of philosophy and a writer of fiction and literary non-fiction.
He is associate professor at the University of Roma Tre.
His last scholarly book is Soul, Mind and Brain from Descartes to Cognitive Science (Springer 2020).
His first novel La vita lontana was published in 2018 and he is the author of Risorgere (2019) and Il dio che danza (2021).
- 'Stahl Was Often Closer to the Truth’: Kant’s Second Thoughts on Animism, Monadology and Hylozoism, "HOPOS. The Journal of the International Society of the History and Philosophy of Science (2021). download
- History of Physics and the Platonic Legacy: A Problem in Marburg Neo-Kantianism, “British Journal for the History of Philosophy" (2021). download
- Reconsidering the “Ignorabimus”. Du Bois-Reymond and the “Hard Problem” of Consciousness, "Science in Context" (2020). download
- Physiological Kantianism and the “Organization of the Mind”: a Reconsideration, “Intellectual History Review" (2020). download
- Kant e la sostanza materiale: metafisica, fisica, esperienza, "Archivio di filosofia" (2019). download
- Ernesto de Martino e la Rivoluzione d’Ottobre, "Trame di letteratura comparata" (2019). download