Dr. Antonio Russo is a Full Professor, in the Department of Humanities, at the University of Trieste. He holds advanced degrees in both theology and philosophy and has been awarded numerous research grants at leading universities in Italy and Germany. Since 1989, he has been a member of the scientific board of the Foundation Ugo Spirito and has organized several international academic conferences. Russo is also the author or editor of 10 books and more than 180essays, including Positivismo e idealism in Ugo Spirito (Foreword by A.Rigobello e C. Fabro; Roma, Fondazione U. Spirito, 1990); Henri de Lubac: Teologia e dogma Nella Storia. L'influsso di Blondel (Foreword by W. Kasper; Roma, Ed. Studium, 1990); Henri de Lubac (Milano, Edizioni S. Paolo, 1994; French translation: Editions Brepols, Paris, 1997); Ugo Spirito: dal positivism all' Antiscienza (Milano, Guerini e Associati, 1999); and La Scuolacattolica di Franz Brentano: Heinrich Suso Denifle, (Trieste, EUT 2003, with unpublished correspondence of F. Brentano and H. Denifle).
Prof. Russo holds advanced degrees in both theology and philosophy and has been awarded numerous research grants at leading universities in Italy, Vatican, and Germany. The educational background of Prof. Russo has graduate studies in 1974-1977; in Divine Theology and Liturgy at “Pont. Faculty of Theology Sant' Anselmo (Rome); and PhD in Philosophy in 1978 at the State University, Rome; and also Postdoctorate School in Philosophy in 1978-1980. Prof. Russo is the Specialties of Philosophy of Religion, Philosophical Ethics, History of Modern and Contemporary Philosophy, History of Modern and Contemporary Theology, and Fundamental Theology.
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