I have been the University of Duisburg-Essen since November 2016, where I am working on my doctoral dissertation under the supervision of prof. Neil Roughley. Before, I completed a Master of Cognitive Science and Language and a Master of Analytic Philosophy at the University of Barcelona and a Bachelor of Philosophy at the University of Bologna.
My primary philosophical interests lie in the philosophy of action, although I also worked on topics at the intersection of philosophy of mind and moral psychology. My doctoral dissertation focuses on actions which involve a substantial degree of automaticity, in particular habitual actions and skillful performances, and on the implications that such kind of actions might have for our theories of agency and action.
My publications include:
Felletti, F. (2018). “Review — Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Empathy.” Metapsychology Online Reviews, Mar 6th 2018, Vol. 22, Issue 10.
Felletti, F. (2018). “Is Endurantism Really More Plausible than Perdurantism from a Commonsense Perspective?” In Praxis Filosófica Nueva serie, No. 45 Suplemento, julio-diciembre 2017: 77 — 99 DOI: 10.25100/pfilosófica.v0i45S.6076
Felletti, F. (2016). “What Autism can tell us about the Link between Empathy and Moral Reasoning?” In Phenomenology and Mind, n. 11–2016, pp. 222–230. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Phe_Mi-20121.
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