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)
On this site you can find my (relatively updated) CV, links to my publications, information on research grants, and teaching materials for my courses. In the events section, you find some (not very up to date) info about recent or upcoming events.
Shifting Concepts: The Philosophy and Psychology of Conceptual Variability, co-edited by Åsa Wikforss and me, is published with Oxford University Press and on sale from May 2020. Beautiful cover, too!
I've recently written an opinion article for the Catalan newspaper Ara, on whether there should be limits to free speech.
If you want to feel a bit daunted, here are the titles of drafts of papers I'm working on:
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Departament de Filosofia
Universitat de Barcelona
C. Montalegre, 6-8