Filippo Del Lucchese

Filippo Del Lucchese is Lecturer in History of Political Thought at Brunel University – London, Senior Research Associate, Faculty of Humanities, University of Johannesburg, and chair at the Collège International de Philosophie in Paris. His research interests are in the early modern period (from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment), history of philosophy and Marxism. He has been a Marie Curie fellow, and holds degrees from the universities of Pisa and Paris IV (Sorbonne). He is the author of Conflict, Power and Multitude in Machiavelli and Spinoza (Continuum Press, 2009, published in French by Éditions Amsterdam). He has also published articles on the history of early modern philosophy and political theory. His next book on Machiavelli is forthcoming from Polity Press in 2014. He has taught in Italy, France, Lebanon and the United States and is currently working on a project on "Political Teratology : The Monster as a Political Concept in the Early Modern Period”. He is also interested in cinema and film studies. He is Member of the editorial board of ‘Décalages’ (Los Angeles), and the director of Jura Gentium Cinema (www.jgcinema.com).


 

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