August Viglione has a Ph.D. in Medieval History from New York University. He teaches English at the University of Naples ‘Parthenope’ . He taught English for thirty years in the Department of Political Science at the University of Naples ‘ L’Orientale’, and has a long experience as a translator and proofreader. Also, he chaired for five years the Department of Social Science at the University of La Verne in Naples.

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Reflections on Cesare Beccaria and utility

This book investigates those arguments in some of Cesare Beccaria’s writings which are examples of his utilitarian thought. The non-utilitarian ideas are only used in an attempt to situate BeccariaRead More