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.
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