I have quite a few memories of Carlo from when we studied together at LSE, but one stands out in particular:
A few of us from the Political Theory course were having a late afternoon lunch at a restaurant on the Thames. It was a beautiful summer’s day. I hadn’t really met Carlo before but he joined us about halfway into the meal. He had just been to an exhibition at the Tate and he spoke to us about it. I remember thinking how intelligent and cultured he was. Political Theory is a very analytical, abstract subject, but Carlo seemed to move easily between it and an intellectual appreciation of visual art. He seemed to me on that day a very talented man with a sharp mind who had much to offer the world. I think everybody who met him thought the same.