Lucia Randone has a Ph.D from the University of Turin. Her research focuses on 16th and 17th Century medicine and philosophy as a humanistic endeavour. Lucia is particularly interested in understanding the importance scholars and learned physicians gave to judgment as an instrument to prevent thought from getting trapped in wanting to create a system, and the influence this had on British philosophy. Her research is based on primary resources, such as programmatic texts that define the “good physician”, surgery and anatomy works, preventive medicine and utopian books. Her professional experience includes editing work for the JIHI ( and working as a Learning Assistant in high schools.
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