Enrico Terrone is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Philosophy and Education Sciences in Turin (Italy). He is an engineer in electronics (Politecnico di Torino) and a Doctor of Philosophy (Università di Torino). His areas of research are aesthetics, ontology and the philosophy of the mind, in particular in regard to the relationships between philosophy and cinema. After receiving his PhD, he was a researcher at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg “Recht als Kultur” in Bonn and later at the Collège d’études Mondiales in Paris (with an FMSH – Gerda Henkel Stiftung grant). He is a member of the “Mind and Language Research Group” at the Institut Jean Nicod in Paris. He is on the editorial committee of Brill Research Perspectives in Art and Law, Rivista di Estetica and Segnocinema. He has lectured in "History and Cinema Criticism" for four years at (2008-2012) Piémont Oriental University. Among his publications: Filosofia delle serie tv. Dalla scena del crimine al trono di spade [Philosophy of the TV Series. From CSI to the Game of Thrones] (2012) and Filosofia del film [Philosophy of Film] (2014).