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Stefano Marino

Associate Professor

Department of the Arts

Academic discipline: M-FIL/04 Aesthetics

Director of First Cycle Degree in Fashion Cultures and Practices

Curriculum vitae

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Stefano Marino is Associate Professor of Aesthetics at the University of Bologna.

His main research interests are focused on critical theory of society, phenomenology and hermeneutics, philosophical anthropology, neopragmatism and somaesthetics, the aesthetics of fashion, and the philosophy of music.

He obtained his PhD in Philosophy at the University of Bologna in 2008, and before obtaining a permanent position at the University of Bologna as Associate Professor in 2019 he was granted postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Freiburg i.B. in 2009 and 2011 and at the University of Bologna from 2013 to 2015, and was fixed-term researcher at the University of Bologna from 2016 to 2019.

He is the author of several monographs, including: La filosofia dei Radiohead. Musica, anima, tecnica (with Eleonora Guzzi: 2021), Verità e non-verità del popular (2021), Le verità del non-vero. Tre studi su Adorno, teoria critica ed estetica (2019), Aesthetics, Metaphysics, Language: Essays on Heidegger and Gadamer (2015), La filosofia di Frank Zappa. Un’interpretazione adorniana (2014), and Gadamer and the Limits of the Modern Techno-scientific Civilization (2011).

He has translated from German into Italian the books by T.W. Adorno, Variazioni sul jazz. Critica della musica come merce (2018), H.-G. Gadamer, Ermeneutica, etica, filosofia della storia (2014), and H.-G. Gadamer, Che cos’è la verità (2012); and from English into Italian the book by C. Korsmeyer, Il senso del gusto. Cibo e filosofia (2015).

He is the co-editor of several collections as books or special issues in journals, including: Pearl Jam and Philosophy (2021), The "Aging" of Adorno's Aesthetic Theory (2021), Popular Culture and Social Criticism (2021), Romanticism and Popular Music (2021), Aesthetics and Affectivity (2021), Kant’s “Critique of Aesthetic Judgment” in the 20th Century: A Companion to Its Main Interpretations (2020), “Be Cool!” Aesthetic Imperatives and Social Practices (2020), Adorno and Popular Music: A Constellation of Perspectives (2019), Populismo, femminismo e popular culture (2019), Filosofia del jazz e prassi di libertà (2018), Philosophical Perspectives on Fashion (2016), Theodor W. Adorno: Truth and Dialectical Experience (2016).