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SENIOR MEMBERS

SENIOR MEMBERS

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Fernando Aguiar is a Research Scientist Fellow at the Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC),  Institute of Philosophy (IFS-CSIC). He has been president of the Spanish Group of Analytical Sociology and is a founding member of the Spanish Experimental Philosophy Association (AEFEX). His research interests are focused on experimental ethics and political philosophy. He is currently working on a book on experimental ethics with Antonio Gaitán and Hugo Viciana.

CSIC ‒ Institute of Philosophy

FERNANDO

AGUIAR

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Txetxu Ausín is tenured Scientist Research Fellow at the Institute for Philosophy of the Spanish Council for Scientific Research Council. His research areas involve public ethics, bioethics, deontic logic, human rights, and philosophy of robotics and ICT. He is the Editor in Chief of the international journal DILEMATA on applied ethics (www.dilemata.net).

CSIC ‒ Institute of Philosophy

TXETXU

AUSÍN

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Marco Castrillón López is Professor at the Department of Algebra, Geometry and Topology of Complutense University of Madrid. His research is in mathematical physics, with special emphasis on the geometric models involved in mechanics, field theories and relativity. His academic training at the Complutense University was both in mathematics and physics, but he has interests in other disciplines in arts and sciences. He was a postdoc in École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, and visitor in Caltech, TATA Institute, Imperial College and PUC Rio de Janeiro.

Complutense University of Madrid

MARCO

CASTRILLÓN

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Javier González de Prado is Assistant Professor  at the Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science of UNED. He received his PhD from the University of Southampton in January 2016. He is interested in different topics in philosophy of language, meta-normativity and epistemology, and also in related areas in philosophy of science and aesthetics.

UNED

JAVIER

GONZÁLEZ DE PRADO

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María Jiménez Buedo is Associate Professor at the Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science of UNED. She holds a PhD in Social and Political Science from the European University Institute (Florence) and an MSc in Philosophy of the Social Sciences from the London School of Economics. She is a doctoral fellow at the Center for Advanced Research in the Social Sciences of the Juan March Institute. She has worked in the fields of political economy and science policy as a researcher in IESA-CSIC (2006-2007) and her current specialization is in philosophy of the social sciences, with an emphasis on methodological issues.

UNED

MARÍA

JIMÉNEZ BUEDO

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Melania Moscoso-Pérez is a tenured Scientist Research Fellow at the Institute of Philosophy of the Spanish Council for Scientific Research where she held a JAE-DOC contract from 2010-2013. She has been a visiting researcher at  Duquesne University (Pittsburgh, US), the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) and postdoctoral researcher at Temple University (Philadelphia, US). She has also been Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at the University of the Basque Country (UPV-EHU). Her research revolves around hermeneutics and moral education, as well as the intricacies of normativity in complex multicultural settings.

CSIC ‒ Institute of Philosophy

MELANIA

MOSCOSO

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Paula Olmos is Associate Professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid. She was a postdoctoral fellow at University Carlos III of Madrid and at UNED. She works mainly in argumentation theory, with an emphasis on argumentation in the sciences and in philosophy.

Autonomous University of Madrid

PAULA

OLMOS

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Mercedes Rivero-Obra is Assistant Professor  and a researcher in philosophy at University Carlos III of Madrid (Department of Humanities). Her main research interest is philosophy of action.

University Carlos III of Madrid

MERCEDES

RIVERO-OBRA

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Antonio Sánchez is Associate Professor of History and Philosophy of Science at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Previously, he was Associate Professor of Philosophy of Science and Epistemology at the University of Lisbon. He works mainly in history of science of early modern period, with particular focus on artisanal epistemology and practical knowledge in the Iberian context.

Autonomous University of Madrid

ANTONIO

SÁNCHEZ

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Jesús Vega Encabo is Full Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science at the Autonomous University of Madrid. He works in epistemology, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of science and technology. He is particularly interested in epistemic normativity, testimony, and virtue epistemology. He has also worked on the nature of artifacts, extended mind, and scientific and technological practices.

Autonomous University of Madrid

JESÚS

VEGA ENCABO

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Jesús Zamora Bonilla is Full Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science at UNED. He holds a PhD in Economics and a PhD in Philosophy, both from the Autonomous University of Madrid. His primary interest are: verisimilitude, scientific realism, rationality in science, inferentialism, the semantics of scientific theories, the philosophy and methodology of social sciences, and science education and popularisation.

UNED

JESÚS

ZAMORA BONILLA

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Paula Atencia holds a master’s degree in Epistemology of the Natural and Social Sciences and a PhD in Philosophy from Complutense University of Madrid, where she conducts her research under at the PHYSIS Research Group. Her research focuses on the philosophy and metaphysics of science, with particular emphasis on the scientific realism debate.

Complutense University of Madrid

PAULA

ATENCIA

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Fernando Broncano is Full Professor of Philosophy at University Carlos III of Madrid (Department of Humanities). His main research interests are in philosophy of technology, social epistemology, human action and philosophy of culture.

University Carlos III of Madrid

FERNANDO

BRONCANO

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Javier Cumpa is Senior Fellow at Complutense University of Madrid. His research focuses on metaphysics, and his work can be found in journals including the International Journal of Philosophical Studies, Acta Analytica, Ratio, American Philosophical Quarterly, Philosophical Studies, and Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. He has edited with Bill Brewer the volume The Nature of Ordinary Objects (Cambridge University Press, 2019), and the volume The Question of Ontology for Oxford University Press. He is the group leader of PHYSIS: the Research Group in Analytic Metaphysics at Complutense University of Madrid.

Complutense University of Madrid

JAVIER

CUMPA

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Andrea Greppi is Associate Professor of Legal Philosophy at the University Carlos III of Madrid. He works on political theory and especially in democratic theory. The focus of his research, over the last years, has on the aesthetic aspects of political representation but also includes its legal or social implications.

University Carlos III of Madrid

ANDREA

GREPPI

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Pablo López Mezo holds a PhD in Philosophy from the Complutense University of Madrid. He has written a PhD thesis on the ontology of complex systems, based on the use of mereology, level theory and foundation theory, among other branches of ontology. He is mainly interested in logic, ontology and philosophy of science.

Complutense University of Madrid

PABLO

LÓPEZ MEZO

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Alberto Murcia works at ESIC Business School and as a freelancer. He holds a PhD in Humanities and his fields of interest are philosophy of mind, cultural studies and game studies.

University Carlos III of Madrid

ALBERTO

MURCIA

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Manolo Pinedo is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Granada and leads a group of researchers working on a wide variety of issues, with a special focus on the relevance of philosophy for the identification of social injustice. He has postgraduate degrees from the National University of Ireland and Sussex University.

University of Granada

MANUEL

DE PINEDO

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Blanca Rodríguez López is Associate Professor of Moral and Political Philosophy at the Complutense University of Madrid. At the beginning of her career, she worked on utilitarianism, rational choice theory, and game theory. Later, she worked on liberalism and social norms and in the last few years she has focused on bioethics and human enhancement. Her work is currently focused on moral enhancement, and its relation with cognitive and mood enhancement. She also works on experimental ethics.

Complutense University of Madrid

BLANCA

RODRÍGUEZ LÓPEZ

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David Teira is Professor at the Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science of UNED. He holds a PhD in History and Philosophy of Science from University College London. He works in the philosophy of medicine (clinical trials) and the philosophy of the social sciences (economics).

UNED

DAVID

TEIRA

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Ignacio Vicario is Associate Professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid. He previously had teaching positions at the University of Salamanca and the University of Barcelona. Before that, he studied at the University of Barcelona, where he obtained a BA and a PhD in Philosophy. His main research interests are in the philosophy of language and philosophy of mind. 

Autonomous University of Madrid

IGNACIO

VICARIO

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Paloma Atencia-Linares is a Research Associate at the Institute for Philosophical Research, UNAM, Mexico. Previously she was Lecturer at the University of Kent, UK and held various teaching and tutorial assistant positions at UCL, Birkbeck and Heythrop College, University of London. She works on issues at the intersection of aesthetics/philosophy of art and philosophy of perception, with an emphasis on pictorial representation and fiction.

UNAM

PALOMA

ATENCIA-LINARES

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Fernando Broncano-Berrocal is Talent Attraction Fellow at the Autonomous University of Madrid. ​Before that, he was a postdoc at KU Leuven and a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow at the University of Copenhagen. He did his doctoral training at the LOGOS Research Group in Analytic Philosophy (based at the University of Barcelona and obtained his PhD from the University of Girona in 2013). ​His research is mainly on epistemology and the philosophy of luck.   

Autonomous University of Madrid

FERNANDO

BRONCANO-BERROCAL

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Antonio Gaitán Torres is Assistant Professor at University Carlos III of Madrid. He studied philosophy at the University of Granada, where he also got his doctoral degree in 2008. He was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford (2008-2010) and Juan de la Cierva Fellow at the University Carlos III (2011-2014). His main line of research is focused on meta-ethics and normative ethics. He is also interested in issues related to experimental philosophy (folk meta-ethical beliefs), action theory and the philosophy of mind broadly understood.

University Carlos III of Madrid

ANTONIO

GAITÁN

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Ivar Hannikainen is Assistant Professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil. Previously he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Getulio Vargas Foundation. He works mainly in moral psychology and experimental philosophy, with an emphasis on linguistic and cultural variation in human values.

Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro

IVAR

HANNIKAINEN

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Hubert Marraud is Professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid. From 2005 on, and after a fist period as formal logician, he works in argumentation theory: the interdisciplinary study of argumentative practices. His views on the theory of argument are developed in Methodus Argumentandi (2007) and ¿Es lógic@? Análisis y evaluación de argumentos (2013; 4th revised and enlarged edition, 2017).

Autonomous University of Madrid

HUBERT

MARRAUD

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Jesús Navarro is Professor of Contemporary Philosophy at the University of Seville. His first works were focused on early modern philosophy, but he is now interested in issues related to analytic epistemology, action theory and the philosophy of language. He has also written on metaphilosophy and the analytic/continental divide.

University of Seville

JESÚS

NAVARRO

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Olga Ramírez is Assisstant Professor at Saint Louis University, Madrid Campus. She previously held a Juan de la Cierva fellowship at the University of Granada and was a visiting researcher at UCL. She obtained her PhD from the University of Frankfurt. She is interested in the relation between concepts and reality, in the realism/antirealism debate, metaethics, and in the foundations of logic and mathematics.

Saint Louis University, Madrid Campus

OLGA

RAMÍREZ

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Cristian Saborido is Associate Professor at the Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science of UNED. He holds a PhD in Philosophy from the University of the Basque Country. His primary interests are in philosophy of biology (functions) and medicine (the concept of disease).
 

UNED

CRISTIAN

SABORIDO

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Carlos Thiebaut is Full Professor of Philosophy at the University Carlos III of Madrid. He mainly works in contemporary moral and political philosophy, fields in which he has published several books. He is currently developing a theory of harm.

University of Carlos III of Madrid

CARLOS

THIBEAUT

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Hugo Viciana is a Juan de la Cierva Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Social Studies of the Spanish Council for Scientific Research (IESA-CSIC). He works on experimental philosophy, cognitive science, philosophy of biology, and cultural evolution.

CSIC ‒ Institute for Advanced Social Studies

HUGO

VICIANA

 

PhD STUDENTS

Nicolás Alarcón is a PhD candidate at Alberto Hurtado University. He mainly works on philosophy of mind (with a special focus on consciousness)  and philosophy of biology (on biological functions and evolution).

Alberto Hurtado University

NICOLÁS

ALARCÓN

Moisés Barba Magdalena is a PhD candidate at the Autonomous University of Madrid, working under the supervision of Fernando Broncano-Berrocal and Jesús Vega He holds a FPU grant from the Spanish Ministry of Education and a master's degree in Analytic Philosophy from the University of Barcelona. His current research focuses on the social epistemology of deliberation.

Autonomous University of Madrid

MOISÉS

BARBA MAGDALENA

Clara Bueno is a PhD candidate at UNED, working under the supervision of David Teira. She holds a BA in philosophy from the University of Oviedo and a master's degree in logic and philosophy of science from the University of Salamanca. She is broadly interested in controversies on science and values.

UNED

CLARA

BUENO

Julen Ibarrondo is a PhD candidate at the Autonomous University of Madrid, working under the supervision of Jesús Vega.. He holds a research grant from the Basque Regional Department of Education. His current research focuses on the normativity of rationality.

Autonomous University of Madrid

JULEN

IBARRONDO

Dani Pino is a PhD candidate at the University of Seville. His research, supervised by Jesús Navarro (University of Seville) and J. Adam Carter (University of Glasgow) is focused on the relationship between group agency and social epistemology, although he is also interested in early modern philosophy, especially in the work of Spinoza.

University of Seville

DANI

PINO

José Manuel Viejo is a PhD candidate at the Autonomous University of Madrid. His research is mainly in philosophy of language, with an emphasis on belief ascriptions, the individuation of representational content (semantic, or also intentional), and the relation between thought and language.

Autonomous University of Madrid

JOSÉ MANUEL

VIEJO

Gloria Andrada is a PhD candidate in philosophy at the Autonomous University of Madrid, working under the supervision of Jesús Vega. She graduated in philosophy from the Autonomous University of Madrid and obtained a master's degree in cognitive science and language from the University of Barcelona. She works primarily in philosophy of cognitive science and epistemology, with a focus on extended cognition, extended knowledge and epistemic dependence.

Autonomous University of Madrid

GLORIA

ANDRADA DE GREGORIO

Cristina Bernabéu is a PhD student at the Autonomous University of Madrid. She has been visiting student at Vanderbilt University and the MIT. Her research interests include posthumanism, subjectivity, feminist epistemology, philosophy of technology and Big Data. Her work examines the material and the symbolic role of computational artifacts (such as algortihms) in subject-constitution processes from a posthumanist critical perspective. In particular, she interested in how artifacts activate or deactivate classical stereotypes of masculinity and femininity.

Autonomous University of Madrid

CRISTINA

BERNABÉU

Julia Blanco Martínez is a PhD candidate at the Autonomous University of Madrid. She obtained her BA at the Autonomous University of Madrid, and a master's degree in logic and philosophy of science at the University of Salamanca. She mainly works on personal identity, theory of truth, analytic metaphysics and epistemology.

Autonomous University of Madrid

JULIA

BLANCO MARTÍNEZ

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Daniel López Castro is PhD student at the Spanish Council for Scientific Research  (CSIC), Institute of Philosophy (IFS-CSIC). He mainly works in applied ethics and philosophy of technology, with an emphasis on infoethics, roboethics, human enhancement and neural interfaces.

CSIC ‒ Institute of Philosophy

DANIEL

LÓPEZ CASTRO

Mirco Sambrotta is a PhD candidate at the University of Granada. His research is focused on ontology and meta-ontology, analytic metaphysics and philosophy of language.

University of Granada

MIRCO

SAMBROTTA

Víctor Aranda Utrero is a PhD student and FPU fellow at the Autonomous University of Madrid. His doctoral research focuses on the history of logic, the development of metalogic and the completeness of formal systems. In 2018, he was Visiting Student Researcher at the University of California, Berkeley.

Autonomous University of Madrid

VÍCTOR

ARANDA

Samuele Chilovi is a PhD student in Philosophy at the University of Barcelona, and a member of the Law and Philosophy Research Group led at Pompeu Fabra University. Previously, he was research assistant at Glasgow University and a member of LOGOS. He works primarily in metaphysics and philosophy of law, with an interdisciplinary focus on issues at the intersection between these areas, especially concerning grounding, supervenience, and the nature of law.

University of Barcelona

SAMUELE

CHILOVI

Miguel Ángel Gil Escribano is a PhD student in Humanities at University Carlos III of Madrid. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology (Complutense University of Madrid) and a master’s degree in Theory of Culture and Cultural Critique (University Carlos III of Madrid). He has worked at Cervantes Institute managing DELE Spanish Diplomas, collaborated with Elcano Royal Institute in the project “Marca España”, and is co-editor at the editorial house Postmetropolis. 

University Carlos III of Madrid

MIGUEL ÁNGEL

GIL ESCRIBANO

Katarzyna Barbara Parys is a PhD candidate at the Autonomous University of Madrid and the University of Warsaw. She was a visiting PhD student at the University of Seville and Universidade Aberta (Portugal). Her research is mainly focused on ontology, with an emphasis on the ontological status of fictional beings and its application to Spanish literature.

Autonomous University of Madrid

University of Warsaw

KATARZYNA BARBARA

PARYS

Mariano Sanjuán is Teaching Assistant and PhD student at the Autonomous University of Madrid. He studied Philosophy (BA) at the University of Zaragoza and San Diego State University and Logic and Philosophy of Science (MA) at the University of Salamanca. He is now working on the notion of 'a priori' in scientific theories.

Autonomous University of Madrid

MARIANO

SANJUÁN

 

FULL LIST OF MEMBERS

SENIOR MEMBERS
  1. Fernando Aguiar (IFS-CSIC)
  2. Paula Atencia (Complutense University of Madrid)
  3. Paloma Atencia-Linares (UNAM)
  4. Txetxu Ausín (IFS-CSIC)
  5. Fernando Broncano (University Carlos III of Madrid)
  6. Fernando Broncano-Berrocal (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  7. Marco Castrillón (Complutense University of Madrid)
  8. Javier Cumpa (Complutense University of Madrid)
  9. Antonio Gaitán (University Carlos III of Madrid)
  10. Javier González de Prado (UNED)
  11. Andrea Greppi (University Carlos III of Madrid)
  12. Ivar Hannikainen (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro)
  13. María Jiménez Buedo (UNED)
  14. Pablo López Mezo (Complutense University of Madrid)
  15. Hubert Marraud (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  16. Melania Moscoso Pérez (IFS-CSIC)
  17. Alberto Murcia (University Carlos III of Madrid)
  18. Jesús Navarro (University of Seville)
  19. Paula Olmos (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  20. Manuel de Pinedo (University of Granada)
  21. Olga Ramírez Calle (Saint Louis University, Madrid Campus)
  22. Mercedes Rivero-Obra (University Carlos III of Madrid)
  23. Blanca Rodríguez López (Complutense University of Madrid)
  24. Cristian Saborido (UNED)
  25. Antonio Sánchez (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  26. David Teira (UNED)
  27. Carlos Thibeaut (University Carlos III of Madrid)
  28. Jesús Vega-Encabo (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  29. Ignacio Vicario (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  30. Hugo Viciana (IESA-CSIC)
  31. Jesús Zamora Bonilla (UNED)
PhD STUDENTS
  1. Nicolás Alarcón (Alberto Hurtado University)
  2. Gloria Andrada de Gregorio (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  3. Víctor Aranda (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  4. Moisés Barba Magdalena (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  5. Cristina Bernabéu (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  6. Julia Blanco Martínez (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  7. Clara Bueno (UNED)
  8. Samuele Chilovi (University of Barcelona)
  9. Miguel Ángel Gil Escribano (University Carlos III of Madrid)
  10. Julen Ibarrondo (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  11. Daniel López Castro (IFS-CSIC)
  12. Katarzyna Barbara Parys (Autonomous University of Madrid & University of Warsaw)
  13. Dani Pino (University of Seville)
  14. Mirco Sambrotta (University of Granada)
  15. Mariano Sanjuán (Autonomous University of Madrid)
  16. José Manuel Viejo (Autonomous University of Madrid)