Concina, Nicolo an Italian philosopher, brother of the foregoing, took the habit of a Dominican, was professor of theology and philosophy, and in 1732 taught metaphysics at Padua. In 1748 his health obliged him to retire to Venice, where he died in 1763, leaving Oratio in Gymnasio Palavino (Venice, 1732): — Synopsis Tertiae Partis Metaphysicae (without date): — Juris Naturalis et Gentium Doctrina Metaphysicae Asserta (Venice, 1736). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.