Davide Dal Sasso holds Master’s degrees in Philosophy and Art History. He received his PhD in Philosophy from the University of Turin, Italy. His research is focused on the relationship between philosophy, aesthetics, and contemporary art, with a particular interest in questions concerning conceptualism and the role of practices in arts. He edited the new edition of Ermanno Migliorini’s Conceptual Art (2014) and Ugo Nespolo e la filosofia. Avanguardia, cinema, immagini (2015).Daniela Angelucci is Associate Professor of Aesthetics at the University of Roma Tre, Italy. She studies aesthetics and philosophy of art, particularly philosophy of film. Her early work explored phenomenological aesthetics and philosophy of literature. Her publications include L’oggetto poetico (2004); Estetica e cinema (2009); Deleuze e i concetti del cinema (2012), translated into English as Deleuze and the Concepts of Cinema (2014); and Filosofia del cinema (2013).The volume collects the contributions by: Tiziana Andina, Adam Andrzejewski, Daniela Angelucci, Enrico Baj, Carola Barbero, Elisa Caldarola, Timothy Campbell, Davide Dal Sasso, Vittorio Fagone, Maurizio Ferraris, Andrea Mecacci, Eduarda Neves, Francesco Poli, Paul Sutton, Enrico Terrone and Gianni Vattimo.