Giuseppe Di Giacomo teaches Aesthetics at the Faculty of Philosophy in the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. He has studied and written extensively on the relationship between aesthetics and literature and between aesthetics and the figurative arts. His books include: From Logic to Aesthetics. Essay on Wittgenstein (Parma 1989); Introduction to G. Lukács. Theory of the novel (Parma 1994); Icons and Abstract Art (Salerno 1999).