Edoardo Fugali

Date and place of birth: Catania, 09/20/1966
Italian citizenship
Residence: Via Giuseppe Patania 3, 90133 Palermo
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Email: efugali@unime.it

INSTRUCTION

1992/93
University of Trieste: Degree in Philosophy, dissertation title: “Heidegger interpreter of Hegel” (prof. Maurizio Ferraris), 110/110 cum laude

1998
University of Trieste: PhD in Philosophy, dissertation title: “Dialectics and transcendentalism in F. A. Trendelenburg” (tutor prof. Antonio Russo). During the Ph.D. a one-year research stay at the Philosophisches Seminar of Heidelberg University (1995/96) under the direction of Prof. Reiner Wiehl

ACADEMIC POSITIONS AND TITLES

1994-1998
Teaching assistant at the Chair of Philosophy of History, (prof. Antonio Russo), Faculty of Humanities, University of Triest

1998-1999
Adjunct professor of German language with exercises on philosophical texts, Faculty of Humanities, University of Trieste

1999-2000
Teaching assistant at the Chair of Theoretical Philosophy (prof. Maurizio Pagano), Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Trieste

2000-2002
Post-doc researcher, Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Trieste

2002-2004
Lise-Meitner Fellow, Faculty of Humanities, University of Graz

2005-2008
Adjunct professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Trieste, Faculty of Educational Sciences
Adjunct professor of Epistemology of Human Sciences at the SSISS (Postgraduate School for Teaching in Secondary Schools)

2010-2015
Assistant professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Messina, Faculty of Educational Sciences, now Department of Cognitive Science, Psychology, Pedagogical and Cultural Studies

2013
Achievement of the National Scientific Abilitation as Associate Professor of Theoretical Philosophy

2015
Associate Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Messina, Department of Cognitive Science, Psychology, Pedagogical and Cultural Studies

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

1999
Scholarship “Alpe Adria”, Institut für Philosophie, University of Graz

2000-2002
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Faculty of Education Science, University of Trieste, in cooperation with the Institut for Philosophy at the University of Graz (research tutor: prof. Maurizio Pagano)

2002-2004
Fellowship “Lise Meitner”, delivered by the Austrian Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF), Institute for Philosophy, University of Graz

2005-2008
Grant by the Ministry of Education within the program “Brain Drain”, for research and teaching activity at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Trieste

PARTICIPATION AT INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS

2002-2004
PRIN 2002 (Research Project of National Interest). Head of the project: Prof. Mario Ruggenini. Project title: “Truth, life, freedom. Phenomenology, hermeneutics and analytic philosophy” Duration: 24 months

2004-2006
PRIN 2004. Head of the project: Prof. Luigi Ruggiu. Project title: “Subjectivity, ontology and language between modern and contemporary thought” Duration: 24 months

2007-2009
PRIN 2007. Project leader: Prof. Mario Ruggenini. Project title: “Truth, identities and differences. Ontological identity, hermeneutical differences, historical dialectic “. Duration: 24 months

DIRECTION OF INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS

20/06 / 2002-20 / 06/2003
Research program “Lise-Meitner” n. M 646, funded by the Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF). Project title: “Metaphysic, logic and psychology: from Trendelenburg to Brentano”

01/06 / 2003-31 / 05/2004
Research program “Lise-Meitner” n. M 754, funded by the FWF. Project title: “The soul and its forms. Trendelenburg’s contribution to the birth of psychology as science”


PARTICIPATION IN EDITORIAL COMMITTEES

Member of the editorial committee of the journal Reti, Saperi, Linguaggi, (since October 2012)

TEACHING

University of Trieste, Faculty of Humanities

1998/99
Course in German language with exercises on philosophical texts

University of Trieste, Faculty of Educational Sciences

2005/06
Courses in Philosophy of Science and Epistemology

2006/07-2007/08
Courses in Philosophy of Science and Theoretical Philosophy (advanced)

University of Trieste, SSISS (Postgraduate School for Teaching in Secondary Schools)

2005/06-2007/08
Course in Methodology and Epistemology of Human Sciences: “Maurice Merleau-Ponty between psychology and phenomenology”

University of Graz, Institute for Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities

2002/03-2003/04
Privatissimum, seminar for PhD students held in collaboration with Prof. Rudolf Haller: “Metaphysics and psychology from Trendelenburg to Brentano”

University of Messina, Faculty of Education (since october 2012 Department of Cognitive Science, Education and Cultural Studies)

2010/11
Courses in Phenomenology of the Person and Philosophy of Psychology

2011/12
Courses in Phenomenology of Consciousness, Philosophy of Psychologyan and Neuroethics

2012/13
Courses in Phenomenology of Consciousness, Theoretical Philosophy, Philosophy of Psychology and Neuroethics

2013/14-2015/16
Courses in Phenomenology of Consciousness, Philosophy of Psychology and Theoretical Philosophy

PARTICIPATION TO CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

2002
25. Wittgenstein-Symposium, “Persons. An Interdisciplinary Dialogue”, 11-17 August 2002, Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria. Title of the lecture: “Das Selbst und die Seele als Substanz in Brentano” ( “The self and the soul as substance in Brentano”)

2002
“Die philosophische Wirkung F. A. Trendelenburgs (1802-1872)”, 23-26 October 2002, Eutin (SH), Germany. Title of the lecture: ” Die Seele als Zweck und Bewegung: Die Stellung Trendelenburgs in der Entstehung der Psychologie als Wissenschaft” ( “The soul as end and movement: Trendelenburg’s position in the birth of psychology as a science”)

2003
“Psychology in Philosophy: Intellectual and Social Aspects from Scholasticism to Contemporary Thought”, 16-19 October, Helsinki, Finland, University of Helsinki and Finnish Academy. Title of the lecture: “Trendelenburg and Brentano: Toward the rebirth of Aristotelian psychology”

2004
27. Wittgenstein-Symposium, “Experience and Analysis”, 8-14 August 2004, Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria. Title of the lecture: “Temporality and consciousness in Franz Brentano”

2012
“The answers of philosophy” Conference for the twentieth anniversary of the SIFA (Italian Society for Analytic Philosophy), 13-15 September 2012, Alghero. Title of the lecture: “Bodily self-awareness in phenomenology and cognitive science”
Ninth National Congress of the Italian Association of Cognitive Sciences” (AISC), 3-5 December 2012, Rome. Title of the relation: “Faces that you see, hands that you touch. Bodily self-awareness in phenomenology and cognitive science”

2013
Winter School “Sense and Sensibility. Empirical and Philosophical Investigations on the Five Senses” 17-19 January 2013, Milan, University San Raffaele “Vita-e Salute”. Title of the lecture: “The Role of Tactility in the Constitution of Embodied Experience”

2014
“Understanding Matter (Philosophical Perspectives)”, 1st International Conference CRF (International Centre for Philosophical Research), 10-13 April 2014, Palermo. Title of the lecture: “Fleshly Matter: The Constitution of Lived Body. Phenomenological Accounts and Neurocognitive Models”
22nd Meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP), 16-19 September 2014, Noto. Title of the lecture: “The Thin Phenomenology of Bodily Awareness and Its Thick Content “.
Eleventh National Congress of the Italian Association of Cognitive Science (AISC), 2-5 December 2014, Rome. Title of the lecture: “The sense of body ownership: a neurocomputational model” (with A. Plebe)

COOPERATION IN THE ORGANISATION OF CONFERENCES

1999
“Paths of intersubjectivity”. University of Trieste, 25 to 27 November 1999

2005
“Globalization, subject, truth.” University of Trieste, 19-20 May 2005.

2008
“Human Beings: Philosophical, Theological and Scientific Perspectives”. Sophia Europe, in association with Xavier Tilliette International Institute. Gorizia, 2-5 October 2008.

2014
“ESPP2014 – 22nd Annual Meeting”. ESPP – European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Noto, 16-19 September 2014

FOREIGN LANGUAGES
German: excellent
English: very good
French: discrete

PUBLICATIONS LIST
a) Books
• E. Fugali (2016), Corpo. Bologna, Il Mulino, pp. 1-224.
• E. Fugali (2009), L’identità personale tra filosofia della mente e fenomenologia. Trieste, Edizioni Goliardiche, pp. 7-249.
• E. Fugali (2005), Il tempo del Sé e il tempo dell’essere. Coscienza e senso interno in Franz Brentano. Napoli, La Città del Sole, pp. 5-411.
• E. Fugali (2004), Die Zeit des Selbst und die Zeit des Seienden. Bewusstsein und innerer Sinn in Franz Brentano. Würzburg, Königshausen & Neumann, pp. 5-253.
• E. Fugali (2002), Anima e movimento. Teoria della conoscenza e psicologia in Trendelenburg. Milano, Franco Angeli pp. 5-221.
• E. Fugali (1999), Dialettica e trascendentale nella teoria del movimento di F. A. Trendelenburg. Trieste, EUT, pp. 3-224.

b) Editions

• D. Bruni, E. Fugali (2012) Scienza cognitiva incarnata e modelli evoluzionistici (curatela). Special issue of Reti Saperi Linguaggi, 4, 2.

c) Journal articles
• E. Fugali (2015), “Quanto è inemendabile l’esperienza? Realismo, senso comune e scienza della mente”. Rivista di estetica, 60, 3, pp. 81-90.
• E. Fugali, A. Plebe (2014), “Il senso di proprietà corporea: un modello neurocomputazionale”. Atti dell’11° Convegno Annuale dell’Associazione Italiana di Scienze Cognitive (AISC). Nea Science, 1, 5, pp. 181-187.
• E. Fugali (2013), “Scritto sulla pelle. Le sensazioni localizzate all’origine del sé corporeo nella fenomenologia husserliana”. Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia, 4, 1, pp. 49-68.
• E. Fugali (2013), “The Role of Tactility in the Constitution of Embodied Experience”. Phenomenology and Mind, 4, pp. 73- 83.
• E. Fugali (2013), “Embodied Subjectivity: The Phenomenological Roots of New Cognitive Science”. Methode. Analytic Perspectives, 1, 2, pp. 93- 105.
• E. Fugali (2012), “‘I limiti del mio corpo sono i limiti del mio mondo’. Il tema del corpo proprio nella riflessione filosofica contemporanea e nella scienza cognitiva incarnata”. Reti Saperi Linguaggi, 4, 2, pp. 48- 56.
• D. Bruni, E. Fugali (2012) “Scienza cognitiva incarnata e modelli evoluzionistici”. Reti Saperi Linguaggi, 4, 2, pp. 4- 11.
• E. Fugali (2012), “Il soggetto personale tra fenomenologia e scienze della cognizione”. Reti Saperi Linguaggi, 4, 1, pp. 34- 40.
• E. Fugali (2012), “Intenzionalità e registrazione. Sulle tracce del soggetto”. Rivista di estetica, 52, 50, pp. 267-274.
• E. Fugali (2011), “Husserl e Searle su intenzionalità e coscienza: la fenomenologia è veramente un’illusione?”. Rivista di estetica, 51, 47, pp. 113-153.
• E. Fugali (2011), “Cosa rimane della Lettera a una professoressa nell’era dell’aziendalismo universale”. Quaderni di intercultura, 3, pp. 19-24.
• E. Fugali (2004), “Zeitlichkeit und Bewusstsein bei Brentano”. Contributions of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society, 12, pp. 108-110.
• E. Fugali (2002), “Das Selbst und die Seele als Substanz bei Brentano”. Contributions of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society, 10, pp. 56-58.
• E. Fugali (2002), “Neuere italienische Literatur über Franz Brentano”. Nachrichten – Forschungsstelle und Dokumentationszentrum für Österreichische Philosophie, 10, pp. 56-58.
• E. Fugali (2001), “Associazione originaria e proterestesi”. Rivista di Estetica, 41, 18, pp. 87-114.
• E. Fugali (2000), “Movimento e immaginazione nella teoria della conoscenza di F. A. Trendelenburg”, Axiomathes, 1-3, pp. 71-102.
• E. Fugali (2000), “Cominciamento e immediatezza nelle prime categorie della logica hegeliana: note sulla più recente letteratura intorno al tema”. Itinerari, 3, pp. 3-37.
• E. Fugali (1999), Trascrizione, traduzione e edizione di Friedrich Adolf Trendelenburg, Una semplificazione della cosiddetta legge dell’associazione di idee. “Rivista di Estetica” 49, 10, pp. 155-178.
• E. Fugali (1998), “Hegel e Heidegger: storia, linguaggio e scrittura della filosofia”. Itinerari, 2, pp. 3-38.
• E. Fugali (1994), “Hegel e Heidegger: la finitezza dell’Esserci e ‘l’immane potenza del negativo’“. Esercizi filosofici, 2, pp. 365-382.

d) Contributions and chapters in books
• E. Fugali (2016), “Fleshly Matter. The Constitution of the Lived Body: Cognitive Science Models and Phenomenological Accounts”. In: Understanding Matter. Vol. 2. Contemporary Lines. Palermo, New Digital Frontiers, pp. 63-78.
• E. Fugali (2012), “Volti che si cercano, mani che si toccano. L’autoconsapevolezza corporea tra fenomenologia e scienze cognitive”. Atti del 9° Convegno Annuale dell’Associazione Italiana di Scienze Cognitive (AISC). Università degli Studi di Trento, Trento, pp. 46-51.
• E. Fugali (2012), “Trendelenburg, Brentano und die Aristoteles-Renaissance in der Deutschen Philosophie des 19. Jahrhunderts: Die Frage nach dem Ursprung der Kategorien”. In: Franz Brentano´s Metaphysics and Psychology. Bucharest, Zeta Books, pp. 13-52.
• E. Fugali (2009), “Toward the Rebirth of Aristotelian Psychology: Trendelenburg and Brentano”. In: Psychology and Philosophy: Inquiries into the Soul from Late Scholasticism to Contemporary Thought. Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 179-202,
• E. Fugali (2006), “Die Seele als Zweck und Bewegung: Die Stellung Trendelenburgs in der Entstehung der Psychologie als Wissenschaft”. In: Friedrich Adolf Trendelenburgs Wirkung. Eutin, Eutiner Landesbibliothek, pp. 55-82.
• E. Fugali (2001), “La questione del soggetto ne La volontà di potenza di Nietzsche: introduzione alla lettura”. In: A. Cislaghi, E. Fugali, M. Pagano, Il soggetto oggi: fratture e ricomposizioni. Trieste, Edizioni Goliardiche, pp. 57-87,
• E. Fugali (2001), “Mach e Musil: l’io insalvabile e il tramonto dell’idea di causalità”. In: A. Arbo (a cura di) Kadmos: Studi Mitteleuropei. Gorizia, Istituto per gli Incontri Culturali Mitteleuropei, pp. 53-80.

e) Book reviews

• E. Fugali (2003), “Mauro Antonelli: Seiendes, Bewusstsein, Intentionalität im Frühwerk von Franz Brentano”. Brentano Studien, 10, 2002/03. pp. 294-302.
• E. Fugali (1998), recensione di: Hervé G. Cavallera, Immagine e costruzione del reale nel pensiero di Giovanni Gentile. Itinerari, 2, pp. 132- 138.
• E. Fugali (1994), recensione di: Ernesto Grassi, Heidegger e l’umanesimo. Annali della Fondazione Ugo Spirito, pp. 451- 457.

f) Translations

• E. Fugali (2011), Guerre climatiche. Per cosa si uccide nel XXI secolo. Asterios, Trieste, pp. 7-290. Traduzione da: Welzer H., Klimakriege. Wofür im 21. Jahrhundert getötet wird. Frankfurt a. M., Fischer 2008.