Paolo studied philosophy at the University of Florence where he received his ‘Laurea’ and his doctoral degree. He then held postdoctoral research positions at the University of Padua, where he taught for seven years. In 2009 he held a visiting position at McGill University, Montreal.
Paolo teaches Classical Philosophy to undergraduate students.
Paolo’s main research interest is Ancient Philosophy, with a main focus on Aristotle’s logic and dialectic. He is currently involved in several projects including writing a monograph on Aristotle’s Categories and coauthoring an introduction to ancient logic.
- Aristotele. Le confutazioni sofistiche (Italian trans. and commentary), Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2007.