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Michela Marzano

Michela Marzano

born in 1970, is an Italian philosopher who teaches at Paris’ Descartes University. She has authored a number of essays in moral and political philosophy: Penser les corps (2002); Je consens, donc je suis... (2006), both published by PUF-Presses Universitaires de France; and La fidélité ou l’amour à vif (Buchet-Chastel, 2005). Also, she edited the Dictionnaire du corps published in France in 2007. In 2008, the French magazine Le Nouvel Observateur listed her among the 50 most influential thinkers in France and among the eight young intellectuals in their thirties who offer new perspectives on society. In Italy, she has published La filosofia del corpo (2010) and La fedeltà o il vero amore (2011) for il melangolo; Etica oggi (Centro Studi Erickson, 2011). Her books Estensione del dominio della manipolazione (2009), Sii bella e stai zitta. Perché l’Italia di oggi offende le donne (2010); Volevo essere una farfalla (due out in September 2011) are all published by Mondadori.


Mind and body: anorexia, or the enigma of desire

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