Marco Cesario is a professional journalist, philosopher and writer and founder of the magazine Malleus Philosophorum. After a degree in philosophy at the University of Naples and a Master in philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris on the phenomenology of Merleau-Ponty with Jean-Luc Marion, he works for the national agency ANSA. He has collaborated for the magazine ResetDoc and for Micromega (La Repubblica) interviewing French and international philosophers, sociologists and intellectuals and has published several philosophical articles in French in the magazine Le Philotope. From Paris he writes for Panorama, Atlantico, Linkiesta, Pagina99, The International Post, EastWest, Imbavagliati.it, Valigia Blu, Articolo21. In 2012 he published a book on censorship in Turkey entitled " Sansür: Censura. Journalism in Turkey" (Bianca&Volta). In 2015 he won a special mention at the International Mediterranean Journalists of the Mediterranean Competition in Otranto for his report on Turkey. In 2016 for his book "Medin. Trenta Storie del Mediterraneo" (Rogiosi), he won the Mediterranean Literature Prize Costa d'Amalfi Libri 2016. Together with the journalist Desirée Klein he coordinates the International Festival of Civil Journalism "Imbavagliati" at the Palazzo delle Arti in Naples (PAN).
Chiara Francesca Mazzei graduated in Philosophy at the Federico II University with a thesis in Philosophy of History focused on the "Critique of religion in Feuerbach", during her university years she attended courses and seminars of illustrious names of Italian and European culture, from Aldo Masullo to Eugenio Mazzarella. In 2001 he won the professorship competition and began teaching History and Philosophy in Naplese, where he still teaches today. Since 2003 he has followed the person-centred approach devised by Carl Rogers both in his teaching profession and as a philosophical in-depth study of the phenomenological-existentialist school, and in particular, he explored the themes of emotional dependence and anger management. She published two short stories, winners of respective literary competitions for independent publishers: "The smell of broken pencils "2005; "The Window on the World "2009. In 2012 he began studying Eastern philosophies, in particular Buddhism and Tibetan and Indian practices of yoga and meditation.
Matteo Levi Cavaliere Philosopher, writer, essayist. Graduated in philosophy at the University of Naples Federico II, he has taught philosophy for over thirty years in various high schools throughout Italy. A scholar of Heidegger and Sartre, he has published scientific articles, dissertations in collective works published at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University Federico II of Naples. He is currently retired and reflects on the ultimate meaning of existence.
Silvia Zidarich, born in Trieste in 1988, is a clinical-dynamic psychologist and is currently community psychiatric worker. She is the author of scientific publications, short stories, and a novel, "The Girl of the Moon", on the theme of anorexia. He recently obtained a master's degree in scientific journalism at the SISSA (International School of Advanced Studies), and its main interest in communication is directed to the qualitative dissemination of psychology, also through dialogue with art and literature.
Justine Robinet is currently a science journalist with a consultancy firm specialising in R&D (Research and Development) financing in the La Défense business district. After completing a Master's degree in technical and scientific documentation engineering, she worked as an editor and press officer for an international press relations agency. She also holds a bilingual degree in Hispanic philology and French literature.
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