Lucio Mare joined USF in the Spring of 2019. He received his PhD from the University of South Florida in 2016 and MA from Université Paris-Sorbonne Paris IV in 2011. His areas of interest include early modern philosophy, Aztec philosophy, and postcolonial studies. His most recent publications include a book chapter written in French for Presses Universitaires Françaises, and several other articles on early modern views on identity, individuation, and atomism. For the past six-years, Lucio Mare has been designing and teaching a wide variety of introductory and upper-level courses in logic, modern political philosophy, philosophy of science, and ethics, both in-person and online, at USF and elsewhere.
- PhD, University of South Florida
- MA, Université Paris-Sorbonne
« Duns Scot et Saint Thomas : la question de l’individuation, » (co-authored with Roger Ariew), book chapter, volume on Leibniz et les philosophies antiques et médiévales. Edited by Vincent Carraud and Dan Arbib, Epimethée, PressesUniversitaires de France, 2019. (forthcoming)
“Leibniz’s Soul Pointilism: from the Resurrection of Body to the Indestructibility of Bugs in Bugs,” in 300 Yearsfrom Leibniz’s “Monadology.” Edited by Juan Nicolas, Editorial Comares, Granada, Spain, 2019. (forthcoming)
“Leibniz’s More Fundamental Ontology: from Overshadowed Individuals to Metaphysical Atoms,” in Für unserGlück oder das Glück anderer. Edited by Wenchao Li. Georg Olms Verlag, 2016, Volume IV, pp. 269-284.
“The Individual in Leibniz’s Philosophy 1663-1686,” (co-authored with Roger Ariew), pp. 11-25, in Leibniz’sMetaphysics and Adoption of Substantial Forms: Between Continuity and Transformation. Edited by Adrian Nita.Springer, 2015.