Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Torino
Fausto Corvino is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Turin, working mainly on a project on intergenerational justice. He was Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Moral Philosophy at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (in Pisa) and member of the Research Group on Public Ethics from 2018 to 2020. During those same years, he was also the principal investigator of the project ‘Responsabilità come impresa e finanza etica: Ripensare il nesso tra valori, aziende, e territori’ – RESPIFIN – (trans. ‘Corporate social responsibility and ethical finance: Reconceptualising the relation between values, companies and territories’) – in collaboration with Fondazione Finanza Etica. Prior to this, Fausto obtained a PhD in Politics, Human Rights and Sustainability (with a research in political theory) from Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (2017), a MA in International Relations (2012) and a BA in Political Science (2010) from Luiss University (in Rome).
Fausto’s main research interests lie in political and moral theory, and in particular in theories of distributive justice (including global and intergenerational justice), exploitation and domination in market relations, and applied ethics.