Germana Giardullo
Germana Giardullo graduated with a Master’s degree in History of Contemporary Philosophy, in 2014, from the University of Salerno, where she wrote a dissertation entitled: "Jewish Identity, Totalitarian Evil and Judgement in Hannah Arendt’s Political Thought". In this work, she discussed issues related to Jewish assimilation, Zionism and the Judenfrage, from the late-German Enlightenment to Hannah Arendt – themes she continues to investigate in her recent work on the Judenfrage in its connection with the current Arab-Israeli conflict. She is a freelance journalist, currently working with the Italian newspaper Zerottonove.it. She is also an expert in web editing, social media, SEO (search engine optimization), communications, and online marketing.
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Raffaele Ciccone
Raffaele Ciccone graduated with a Master’s degree from the University of Salerno, in 2016, with a dissertation entitled: "Theoretical Conflict and War among States in Kant’s View on Peace". His research interests are in Moral and Political Philosophy, focusing on authors and works from the period between the 18th- and 19th-Centuries, with close attention on the Italian Risorgimento. He edited "Vita meridionale" (Aras, 2020), a collection of essays about Italy’s “Southern Question", and has authored several publications in modern political philosophy, including: "Perpetual peace: relationships between Kant’s political thought and the Italian political context in the Nineteenth Century" (European Consortium for Political Research, 2016). He is an experienced journalist and is interested in new technologies and website development.
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