SENIOR MEMBERS

SENIOR MEMBERS

 

PhD STUDENTS

NICOLÁS

ALARCÓN

Alberto Hurtado University

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).

MOISÉS

BARBA MAGDALENA

Autonomous University of Madrid

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.

SAMUELE

CHILOVI

University of Barcelona

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.

MIGUEL ÁNGEL

GIL ESCRIBANO

University Carlos III of Madrid

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. 

DANIEL

LÓPEZ CASTRO

CSIC ‒ Institute of Philosophy

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.

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EDUARDO PÉREZ NAVARRO

Unversity of Granada

Eduardo Pérez Navarro is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Granada’s Department of Philosophy I, where he is part of the excellence unit FiloLab-UGR. His interest areas are philosophy of language and philosophy of logic. His work focuses on the peculiarities of evaluative uses of language and the semantic theories that aim at accounting for them, such as relativism and expressivism.

MARIANO

SANJUÁN

Autonomous University of Madrid

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.

GLORIA

ANDRADA DE GREGORIO

Autonomous University of Madrid

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.

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DANIEL BARBARRUSA

University of Seville

PhD candidate at the University of Seville under the supervision of Jesús Navarro and Fernando Broncano-Berrocal. His current research is focused on the entanglement of Internet epistemology, echo chambers and the spread of the so-called conspiracy theories

CLARA

BUENO

UNED

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.

IGNACIO GÓMEZ LEDO

University of Seville

PhD student at the University of Seville. His research is focused on the relations between Feminism and Cultural relativism from an epistemological perspective

KATARZYNA BARBARA

PARYS

Autonomous University of Madrid

University of Warsaw

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.

DANI

PINO

University of Seville

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.

JOSÉ MANUEL

VIEJO

Autonomous University of Madrid

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.

VÍCTOR

ARANDA

Autonomous University of Madrid

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.

CRISTINA

BERNABÉU

Autonomous University of Madrid

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.

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JULIA

BLANCO MARTÍNEZ

Autonomous University of Madrid

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.

JULEN

IBARRONDO

Autonomous University of Madrid

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.

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LOLA MEDINA

Unversity of Seville

PhD student at the University of Sevilla. Her research, supervised by Jesús Navarro (University of Sevilla) and Fernando Broncano-Berrocal (Autonomous University of Madrid), focuses on social epistemology, with special attention to epistemic injustice, feminism and gender issues.

MIRCO

SAMBROTTA

University of Granada

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.

 

FULL LIST OF MEMBERS

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