Quinnipiac University
Daniele Botti

Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Daniele Botti is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Quinnipiac University since Fall of 2022.

He is the author of "John Rawls and American Pragmatism: Between Engagement and Avoidance," published by Lexington Books in 2019, with a paperback edition following in 2021. Daniele's scholarly work includes peer-reviewed articles in academic journals such as History of Political Thought, Journal of the History of Ideas, and Solutions. He has also contributed to the Encyclopedia of the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (Springer Nature), and has served as peer-reviewer for various journals and publishers, including Res Publica, Synthese, Transactions of the C. S. Peirce Society, Social Theory & Practice, Politics & Religion, Pragmatism Today, and The M.I.T. Press.

At Quinnipiac University since 2017, Daniele has taught a wide range of courses including "Introduction to Philosophy," "Introduction to Ethics," "Modern Philosophy," "Contemporary Philosophy," "Political Theory," "Issues in Politics: Poverty," "Contemporary Social & Political Philosophy," "Philosophy of Mind," "Philosophy of Art," and "Bioethics." In the Spring semester of 2018, he was Lecturer at Yale University, where he taught a course titled "Philosophy of John Rawls." Daniele has also served on scientific committees for international conferences and has chaired panels and participated as a speaker at numerous events.

Since 2019, Daniele is faculty advisor for QPSA (Quinnipiac Political Science Association).


  • AM, Universita Degli Studi Di Milano
  • PHD, Universita Del Piemonte Orientale


  • Philosophy

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  • College of Arts & Sciences 3 305

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