Telmo Pievani is Chair of Philosophy of Biological Science at the University of Padua, where he also teaches Bioethics and Divulgation and Natural Science Museology. He is president of the Italian Society of Evolutionary Biology, a member of the board of the Italian Institute of Anthropology and he collaborates with the newspaper Corriere della Sera and the magazines Le Scienze, Micromega and L’Indice dei Libri del Mese. As a philosopher of biology and expert in evolution theory, he has written many publications, for example: Introduction to Philosophy of Biology (2005); Introduction to Darwin (2012) with Laterza; The Theory of Evolution (2006); The End of the World (2012) with il Mulino; Defending Darwin (Bompiani, 2007); Creation Without God (2006); Evolved and abandoned (2014); Libertà di migrare (with V. Calzolaio, 2016) by Einaudi; Come saremo (with L. De Biase, Codice, 2016); The Unexpected Life (2011); and Imperfezione. Una storia naturale (2019) published by Raffaello Cortina.

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