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Fabrizio Calzavarini is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Bergamo, Italy, and a Research Fellow of the Center for Logic, Language, and Cognition (Turin, Italy). His research is organized into two interrelated streams. One stream falls at the intersection between the philosophy and neuroscience of semantics, focusing on the neural substrates of lexical competence. The other stream addresses philosophical issues in neuroscience more generally. He is Teaching Assistant (cultore della materia) in Philosophy of Language at University of Bergamo, and in Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language, and Psychology at University of Turin. He is the Information Officer of the European Society of Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP, to be announced), the Media Manager of LLC and the co-organizer of Neural Mechanisms Online, a series of web-conferences in the philosophy of neuroscience. He is the author of Brain and the Lexicon, forthcoming for Springer, and he is the (co-)author of several papers in international and national journals.
• F. Calzavarini (2019). Brain and the Lexicon. The Neural Basis of Inferential and Referential Competence. Springer Nature: Berlin.
• F. Calzavarini, M. Viola (Eds.). Neural Mechanisms. New Challenges in the Philosophy of Neuroscience. Springer Nature: Berlin, Germany [under review]. Studies.
• F. Calzavarini (2019). Truth-Conditional Cognitivism and the Lexical Problem. Topoi. An International Review of Philosophy, Online First.
• F. Calzavarini (2019). The Empirical Status of the Pictorial View of Meaning. Journal of Consciousness Studies [forthcoming].
• F. Calzavarini (2017). Inferential and Referential Lexical Semantic Competence. Journal of Neurolinguistics, Volume 44, Pages 163–189.