Disciple of prof. Aldo Magris, I graduated in Philosophy of Religion at the University of Trieste (Italy). I have accomplished my Research Doctorate in Trieste and in Paris, at the INALCO (Institut National pour l’Apprentissage des Langues et Civilization Orientales), dealing with the problem of the truth and the two truths in early Buddhism and in Nāgārjuna. I have taught Philosophy and Religions of India at the ISFIY (Istituto Superiore per la Formazione degli Insegnanti di Yoga, Higher Institute for the Formation of Yoga Teachers), Trieste. Now I am Cultore della Materia (Instructor) in Philosophy of Religion at the Faculty of Scienze della Formazione (Sciences of Formation), University of Trieste; moreover, I collaborate with the teaching of Theoretical Philosophy (held by Dr. Alessandra Cislaghi) in the same Faculty, branch of Portogruaro (Venice). Basically interested in theoretical problems, I have studied early Buddhism in Pāli language and Nāgārjuna’s thought from Sanskrit and Tibetan sources. At the moment I am working on the excerpts and passages of the Buddhist texts of the Tibetan Canon (primarily in the bsTan-’gyur collection) dealing with Cārvāka/Lokāyata philosophy, and on some aspects of Bhāviveka’s thought. Occasionally I deal with subjects related to philosophical and cultural comparisons between East and West.