Argumenta – Journal of Analytic Philosophy

Giulia Lorenzi


Giulia Lorenzi is currently a PhD student at the University of Warwick, working under the supervision of Matthew Nudds and Thomas Crowther. The aim of her PhD project (funded by AHRC M4C) is to explain the distinctiveness of the auditory experience of listening to music, connecting her interests in philosophy of mind and in music. Her areas of research mainly concern topics in auditory perception, philosophy of mind and action. Previously, she finished her MA in philosophy at the State University of Milan in 2017 with a final dissertation on the metaphysics of sounds. She also completed an MA (diploma musicale di secondo livello in discipline musicali) in music in 2016 at I.S.S.M. Conservatorio “G. Cantelli” in Novara in French horn.


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