I'm a philosopher and a teacher of philosophy. The two things aren't exactly the same, but we could regard every teacher as a little philosopher.
My businees is the formal logic, from Aristotle to the contemporary unorthodox logistics and the attempts to prove he was wrong.
Ah, just frogetting!
I'm 29 and I'm from Italy. I was born in the Greece of Italy, that is the southern part, where the Greeks founded many cities and a rich and smart civilization.
Have you ever heard of Naples? Well, not far from it ;-)
Nowadays I live in Milan, where I'm still studying and hopefully will be working soon.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I'm atheist; I don't believe in no god or goddess, nor think I we should have any supreme being to trust in.
I'd sometimes like to believe in the gods of the ancient Greeks, simply because they're so human and so close to us all that it would be a shame not to believe, but I'm really "human, too much human" to believe them.
I don't believe as well in any of the so-called UFO's spots: alien spacecrafts wandering ih the galaxies only to have a look, to watch us having a bath and saying nothing are too much unintelligible for my poor brain.
Neverthless, I beleive that there must be some extraterrestrial intelligence; where and how, no-one still knows.
That's why I'm a SETI@home runners: I believe, I want to believe that if we all merge our forces and our computers in a united project we'll be able to find something, sooner or later.
This doesn't mean that we'll find realy something; but that we are continuously trying to make our own best to succeed.