My education has occurred during a time at the University of Macerata when great emphasis has been put on phenomenology and philosophical hermeneutics in addition to the study of “classic” philosophies. After having been the recipient of a scholarship for a PhD in Philosophy and Human Sciences from the University of Perugia, I completed my research on the French philosophers (Paul Ricoeur, F.P.G. Maine de Biran, Jean Nabert, Jean-Louis Chrétien, Jean-Luc Marion, Michel Henry, René Le Senne, Louis Lavelle), thus making this my concentrated area of study and specialization. Currently I work with the Italian philosophical community, and I have participated in research projects with philosophical communities in Canada (Montreal – McGill and Université de Montréal), Belgium (Louvain – La-Neuve), and France (Paris, Nice, Lille, Lyon). In addition to my continued research into phenomenology and hermeneutics, I have, in recent years, dealt with the philosophy of religion and interreligious dialogue, ethics and human rights, and presently, the possibility of thinking the ethos of Europe as a translated political and cultural identity.