PARADIGMI
Rivista di critica filosofica

ISSN 1120-3404 , ISSNe 2035-357X

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Paradigmi was founded in 1983 by a group of Italian academics from various universities. Its previous Editors-in-Chief were Giuseppe Semerari, University of Bari (1983-1996), and Franco Bianco, University of Rome3 (1997-2006); the current Editor-in-Chief is Lia Formigari, University of Rome, "La Sapienza". There are three annual issues of about 208 pages. Each has a main section in which various authors focus on a single subject, with special regard to the mixing of theory and history. This is followed by two or more sections ("Saggi", "Fatti e libri", "Dossier", "Filosofia e spazio pubblico", "Archivio") containing discussions of relevant current themes, reviews of books and debates, and previously unpublished or rare philosophical texts. Open to different trends and traditions, Paradigmi is specially interested in the relationship between philosophy, the sciences and social practice.

General editor: Silvana Borutti, Giacomo Marramao Scientific board: Lia Formigari (Presidente onorario), Robert Audi (Notre Dame University, Indiana), Sylvain Auroux (CNRS, Université Paris 7), Giuseppe Barletta (Università di Bari), Jocelyn Benoist (Paris Sorbonne), Giancarlo Bonola (Università di Roma 3), Claude Calame (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris), Jean Cohen (Columbia University, New York), Roberto Cordeschi (Università di Roma 1), Manuel Cruz (Universidad de Barcelona), Umberto Curi (Università di Padova), Marcelo Dascal (Tel Aviv Uni-versity), Mario De Caro (Università di Roma 3), Giuseppe Di Giacomo (Università di Roma 1), Rosaria Egidi (Università di Roma 3), Mariannina Failla (Università di Roma 3), Massimo Marraffa (Università di Roma 3), Aldo Masullo (Università di Napoli, Federico II), Brian McGuinness (Oxford University-Università di Siena), Georg Meggle (Universität Leipzig), Mario Miegge (Università di Ferrara), Sergio Moravia (Università di Firenze), Irène Rosier Catach (CNRS, Université Paris 7-École Pratique des Hautes Etudes), Joachim Schulte (Universität Zürich), Carlo Tatasciore (Liceo D’Annunzio, Pescara/Università di Firenze), Claudio Tuozzolo (Università di Chieti-Pescara), Luca Vanzago (Università di Pavia), Lino Veljak (Università di Zagabria), Stephen White (Tufts University, Medforde, MA). Editors: Arianna Bernardi, Francesca Ervas, Chiara Fabbrizi, Marco Jacobsson, Ludovica Malknecht, Stefano Marino, Pavel Rebernik. Editorial coordinator: Dario Gentili (Università di Roma 3).

General editor:Silvana Borutti, Università di Pavia, Piazza Botta 6, 27100 Pavia, borutti.paradigmi@gmail.com; Giacomo Marramao, Università di Roma Tre, Via Ostiense 234-236, 00146 Roma marramao.paradigmi@uniroma3.it; Elio Matassi, Università di Roma Tre, Via Ostiense 234-236, 00146 Roma matassi.paradigmi@uniroma3.it. Editors: Dario Gentili, Dipartimento di Filosofia - Università di Roma Tre, Via Ostiense 234-236 - 00146 Roma - dario_gentili@hotmail.com



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Issue 3/2015 
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Nicole Dalia Cilia, Giuseppe Trautteur, Foreword
Giuseppe Trautteur, Consciousness, illusory freedom, double feel
Edoardo Datteri, Federico Laudisa, Large-scale simulations of brain mechanisms: beyond the synthetic method
Vieri Giuliano Santucci, Dalia Nicole Cilia, Giovanni Pezzulo, The status of the simulative method in cognitive science: current debates and future prospects
Nicola Angius, Computer simulations without simulative programs in executable cell biology. Hypothesis discovery and justification
Peter Asaro, Roberto cordeschi on cybernetics and autonomous weapons: reflections and responses
Teresa Numerico, Language and communication in turing’s machine intelligence
Marcello Frixione, The turing test and the interface problem: a role for the imitation game in the methodology of cognitive science
Giulia Rispoli, The path of cybernetics in the soviet union: from rejection to celebration in the service of communism
Guglielmo Tamburrini, Machine intelligence sports as research programs
Nicole Dalia Cilia, Roberto cordeschi. Biographical note and list of publications
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Issue 2/2015 Natura e conoscenza. Elena Gagliasso e Fabio Sterpetti (a cura di )
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Elena Gagliasso, Fabio Sterpetti, Presentazione
Elena Gagliasso, Fabio Sterpetti, Foreword
Nicholas Rescher, Inescapable Error
Carlo Cellucci, Naturalizing the Applicability of Mathematics
Mirella Capozzi, Gli inizi di una metodologia della scoperta. L’emergere di un aspetto naturalistico della logica
Giuseppe Longo, Come il futuro dei sistemi viventi dipende dal passato
Elena Gagliasso, Individuals as ecosystems: an essential tension
Philippe Huneman, REDESIGNING THE ARGUMENT FROM DESIGN
Fabio Sterpetti, FORMALIZING DARWINISM, NATURALIZING MATHEMATICS
Gerardo Ienna, Teoria generale dei campi. La struttura logico-epistemologica
Francesco Suman, Telmo Pievani, The evolution of human language. an alternative scenario
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Issue 1/2015 Filosofia e teatro Amleto e Macbeth. Giuseppe Di Giacomo e Laura Talarico (a cura di)
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Giuseppe Di Giacomo, Laura Talarico, Presentazione
Laura Talarico, Vendetta, ambizione, pensiero. Riflessioni sull’Amleto e sul Macbeth (Revenge, Ambition, Thought. Reflections on Hamlet and Macbeth)
Giuseppe Di Giacomo, Lettura dell’Amleto (A Reading of Hamlet)
Alessandro Serpieri, Il primo Amleto e i suoi molti segreti (The First Hamlet and Its Many Secrets)
Carlo Borghero, Amleto e la filosofia. i filosofi e Amleto (Hamlet and Philosophy. Philosophers and Hamlet)
Marta Fattori, The sources for Shakespeare’s «to be, or not to be» (The Sources for Shakespeare’s «To Be, or Not to Be»)
Laura Caretti, Le attrici di Ofelia: immagini e voci (Ophelia’s Actresses: Images and Voices)
Giuseppe Di Giacomo, Lettura del Macbeth (A Reading of Macbeth)
Paola Colaiacomo, Macbeth. Gli abiti del potere (Habits of Power in Macbeth)
Elio Franzini, Macbeth, il simbolo del moderno (Macbeth, the Symbol of Modernity)
Francesca Di Lorenzo Ajello, Normativity and collective recognition in Searle’s account of language and institutions (Normativity and Collective Recognition in Searle’s Account of Language and Institutions)
Marcella D'Abbiero, Alla ricerca del senso della vita. Nietzsche letto da Jung (Looking for the Meaning of Life. Jung on Nietzsche)
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