Giulia Piredda is a temporary researcher (RTD A) at the IUSS Center for Neurocognition, Epistemology and theoretical Syntax (NEtS).
Her primary research interests are in the philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science and philosophy of language, with particular attention to the situated, embodied and extended views of the mind and their potential consequences in other domains, such as pedagogy and the debate on personal identity.
She graduated in Philosophy at the University of Rome La Sapienza (2003), where she also defended her PhD in Philosophy (2007). She has been Associate Post-doc at Institut Jean Nicod in Paris (2007-2008) and then a two-year research fellow at the University of Cagliari (2010-2012), where she held several teaching positions in Philosophy of Language and in Pedagogy (2010-2013). She has been a research fellow at IUSS since April 2015 and in 2018 she obtained the National Academic Qualification as Associate Professor in the area “Philosophy of Language” (11/C4).