I'm an assistant professor in the Philosophy Department, University of Barcelona, and a researcher with the LOGOS Group and the BIAP - Barcelona Institute for Analytic Philosophy.
I specialize in philosophy of language, and work also in metaethics, feminist philosophy, and legal and social philosophy.
My recent work focuses on disagreement and conflicts, evaluative and normative discourse, including pejoratives, hate speech, and on the interaction between language and social reality.
I received my PhD in Philosophy from Stirling. I also studied at the Universities of Lisbon (BA/Licenciatura), and St. Andrews (MLitt)
Shifting Concepts, The Philosophy and Psychology of Conceptual Variability, edited with Åsa Wikforss, is now published with Oxford University Press (2020).
My chapter "How Can Philosophy of Language Help Us Navigate the News Cycle?", is coming out in Elly Vintiadis (ed.) Philosophy by Women: 22 Philosophers Reflect on Philosophy and Its Value, published with Routledge. (2020)
I've been writing outreach articles for the Catalan newspaper Ara, on topics that go from freedom of speech to strategic ignorance.
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Departament de Filosofia
Universitat de Barcelona
C. Montalegre, 6-8