Andrea Moro (1962) holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Padua University and has obtained a Diplôme d'études supérieures en théorie de la syntaxe et syntaxe comparative from Geneva University. He was often a visiting scientist at MIT and at Harvard University. He now teaches linguistics at the department of Psychology of Milan’s Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele, that he founded together with others. His chief fields of research are the theory of syntax in human languages, and the neurobiological foundations of language. His many books include: The Raising of Predicates (Cambridge U. Press, 1997); Dynamic Antisymmetry (The MIT Press, 2000); I confini di Babele. Il cervello e il mistero delle lingue impossibili (Longanesi, 2006; MIT Press, 2008); Breve storia del verbo essere (Adelphi, 2010).

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