Mariaflavia Cascelli is a PhD student at Roma Tre University (Rome, Italy), where she obtained her B.A. (2009) and M.A. (2012) in Philosophy of Science. She is visiting at IFILNOVA (FCHS/Nova) in Lisbon, where she is joining the Lisbon Mind and Cognition group’s research seminars and workshops dealing with her area of competence and interest: Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of the Cognitive Sciences, Philosophy of Psychology. Her interests ranges over issues concerning the self and the first-person perspective, the natural philosophy of agency, the developmental studies on subjectivity, the self-knowledge problem and the psycopathology of selfhood. Her current research project concerns the contemporary debate on self-consciousness with a focus on the possibility that a pre-reflective, minimal form of self-awareness would precede the narrative one.