Elena Pulcini is Professor of Social Philosophy at the University of Florence. Attentive to the theme of passions and the modern subject (with a focus also on the female subject), of the social pathologies of modernity and the transformations of the social bond, she recently proposed a philosophy of care for the global age. Among her works, some of which are translated into the main European languages: L’individuo senza passioni. Individualismo moderno e perdita del legame sociale (Torino 2001); Il potere di unire. Femminile, desiderio, cura (Torino 2003); La cura del mondo. Paura e responsabilità nell’età globale (primo Premio di Filosofia “Viaggio a Siracusa”, Torino 2009); Invidia. La passione triste (Bologna 2011); Cura ed emozioni. Un’alleanza complessa (with S. Bourgault, Bologna 2018). She has participated and participates in cultural radio and television broadcasts.