Areas of interest:  Kant and German Neo-Kantianism, Philosophy of Culture, Methodology of the History of Philosophy.

Synthesis of my dissertation: In the context of a general revaluation of the Neo-Kantian movement that is taken place in contemporary philosophy, my dissertation aims at reconstructing and working out the consequences of the philosophical project of the founding father of the Neo-Kantian Baden school: Wilhelm Windelband. Contrary to the widely-held view, I argue that Windelband was aware of the deep problematic of historical thinking and the imperative of transforming transcendental philosophy. Through the study of his philosophical project, I show what are the roots of the relevance of the study of the history of philosophy for the development of contemporary transcendental philosophy.