Professor Raffaela Giovagnoli
Raffaela Giovagnoli, Ph.D. teaches
Ontology and Social Epistemology at the Pontifical Lateran University (Rome).
Her research areas are Philosophy of Language, Epistemology, Social Ontology, Social Epistemology, Normative Ethics, and Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence.
Raffaela co-edited Computing Nature: Turing Centenary Perspective (Studies in Applied Philosophy, Epistemology and Rational Ethics).
Her papers include Natural/Unconventional Computing and Its Philosophical Significance Computing Nature — A Network of Networks of Concurrent Information Processes, The Relevance of Language for the Problem of Representation, Computational Aspects of Autonomous Discursive Practices, Representation, Analytic Pragmatism and AI, Computing Nature: A Network of Networks of Concurrent Information Processes, Analytic Pragmatism, Artificial Intelligence and Religious Beliefs, and The Cautionary Use of the Concept of Experience. Read her Google Scholar Citations.
Raffaela earned her Master in Sociology at the Sapienza University of Rome in 1987. She earned her Ph.D. in Philosophy at the Sapienza University of Rome in 1998. She completed her PostDoc in Philosophy at Roma Tre University in 2002. Read her LinkedIn profile.