Graziano Lingua is Full Professor of Moral Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Education Sciences at the University of Turin. He focused his early research on twentieth-century Russian philosophy (P.A Florenskij and S. N. Bulgakov) and on some fundamental problems in the philosophy of religion (theory of belief, religious and secular eschatology, etc.). During the last decade he has focused his attention on the philosophy of images and symbols and on the relationships between religion and the public sphere and developed a more articulated reflection on public reason, public ethics, and post-secular studies. He is Associate Member of GSRL (Groupe Sociétés, Religions, Laïcités) CNRS-EPHE, of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Centro Studi filosofico-religiosi “Luigi Pareyson, of the Scientific Council of the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme “Ange-Guépin”, research and services division of the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the Universities of Nantes, Angers and Le Mans.
Among is most important publications is Esiti della secolarizzazione. Figure della religione nella società contemporanea, ETS, 2013.