Andrea Vestrucci (Ph.D., University of Lille; Ph.D., University of Milan; Th.D., University of Geneva) has served as Professor of Ethics and Logic at the Federal University in Fortaleza (Brazil); Australia Award Fellow of Monash University; Researcher at the University of Milan and the Eric Weil Institute in Lille. At present, he is Laureate of the Academic Society of Geneva, and Visiting Researcher at UC Berkeley.
He specializes in Fundamental Theology, Metaethics, History of Philosophy, and Philosophy of Right (from a deontic logic approach). His past researches focused on Neo-Kantianism (E. Weil), Hungarian Post-Lukács Philosophy (A. Heller), German Aesthetics (F. Schiller, T. Mann), Martin Luther, and Musicology. His current research focuses on a new approach to the God-language issue. This includes: divine revelation and the metalanguage/object-language relationship; the distinction between theological paradoxes and logical paradoxes; the possibility of a theo-logic; the methodological foundation of inter-religious dialogue.
He counts 60+ publications (in English, French, Italian, and Portuguese) and 40+ conference papers in the US, Australia, Switzerland, Brazil, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Poland.