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Anna Elisabetta Galeotti, Senior Research Scholar in Ethics, studied moral philosophy at the University of Pavia, receiving her PhD in 1977. She holds the chair in Political Philosophy at the University of Piemonte Orientale in Vercelli, Italy, where she directs the philosophy courses. She also taught at the universities of Messina and Torino. Professor Galeotti has been a Fellow or a Visiting Professor at King’s College, Cambridge, University of St. Andrews, European University Institute in Florence, Claremont College, California, and Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.  Her research interests include the philosophy of social science, individualism and holism; normative political philosophy, toleration, and multiculturalism; and political psychology, self-deception and truthfulness. Her writings have appeared in, among other journals, Political Theory, Respublica, Ratio Juris, and CRISSP. Her most recent book is Toleration as Recognition, Cambridge Univ. Press (2002).
Identity difference and tolleration
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