Filomena is an APPA-certified Philosophical Counselor. She graduated from the University of Trieste. Trieste is the Italian city with the largest number of resident researchers. It is also the city of Franco Basaglia, the psychiatrist who revolutionized image and conception of mental distress, and the philosopher Pier Aldo Rovatti, one of the two leading exponents of "Weak Thought" (the other is Gianni Vattimo).

Her philosophical training is therefore strongly oriented towards Weak Thought, Postmodernism, Deconstructionism and all that philosophical current (Foucault, Deleuze, Derrida...) which favors the plurality of senses, truths, meanings.

The title of her master thesis was "Knowledge, truth and illusion in Nietzsche's thinking". A significant part of it was devoted to Nietzsche's positions against the principle of non-contradiction. In fact, she would like to develop a research project that would relate Western Nihilism, some non-classical logics (for example Graham Priest's dialetheism) with Eastern philosophies, in particular with the thought of some Japanese philosophers (Nishida Kitaro, Miki Kiyoshi… ).
She is also an intermediate Japanese student.
Currently working as a part-time Italian teacher in a primary school, she is developing her philosophical counseling activity in Trieste, Italy. Published scientific papers as 'Milena Adda Eliezer': https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6646-6397

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Friedrich Nietzsche, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Martin Heidegger, William James, Henri Bergson, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Walter Benjamin, Paul Ricœur, Michel Foucault, Gilles Deleuze, Jacques Derrida, Pier Aldo Rovatti, Gianni Vattimo, Peter Sloterdijk, Lou Marinoff and many others.