Argumenta – Journal of Analytic Philosophy

Diego Marconi


Diego Marconi is an italian philosopher. Professor of Philosophy of Language at the University of Turin, he studied with Luigi Pareyson in Turin and Nicholas Rescher, Wilfrid Sellars and Richmond H.Thomason in Pittsburgh, where he wrote his Ph.D. thesis on Hegel. Known for his contributions to the study of the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein, he promoted in Italy cooperation among philosophers, computer scientists and cognitive scientists; on these issues he published, among other works, Lexical Competence (MIT Press, 1997) and Philosophy and Cognitive Science (Yale University Press, 2000).


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