Stefano Bigliardi completed his undergraduate studies in Philosophy (2004) in Bologna, with a thesis about the Kantian elements in the philosophy of language of R. B. Brandom, written under the guidance of prof. E. Picardi. Later on, he obtained a PhD in Philosophy of Science (2008) at the University of Bologna in a joint supervision with the University of Konstanz (Germany), with a thesis about the concept of belief, written under the guidance of prof. M. C. Galavotti and prof. W. Spohn,– leading European experts in the fields of probability and formal epistemology, respectively. His postdoctoral research complements a Western/analytical philosophical outlook with the study of Islam and of the science/religion relationship. His postdoc project was initially supported by a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Konstanz (Excellence Cluster EXC-16 “The Cultural Foundations of Integration”), where he also worked as a language teacher for five years at the Language Institute (SLI). He later joined the faculty of CMES at Lund University, Sweden where he served as a researcher and a lecturer. (2011-2013). He has been working at Tecnológico de Monterrey (Campus Santa Fe, Mexico City) as a philosophy teacher (2013-2015). Between 2015 and 2016 he was a Fellow of FIIRD (Foundation for Interreligious and Intercultural Research and Dialogue), Geneva, Switzerland. Since August 2016 he is an assistant professor of philosophy at Al Akhawayn University.