Gemmo Iocco – has studied Philosophy at the Universities of Pisa, Parma, Leuven and Graz. He is currently fellow of SUM and teaching assistant in History of Philosophy at the A.L.E.F Department of Parma University. His main areas of research are Husserl’s phenomenology and theoretical issues within the German philosophical-psychological debate of thelate nineteenth century the early twentieth century. He is author of Profiles and Temporal Thickness. Edmund Husserl and the Form of the Consciousness. 1890–1918 (Milan 2013) andof articles on issues of phenomenology.
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