I am currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Logic, and Philosophy of Science at University of Seville. Previously, I have been a Juan de la Cierva Research Fellow at the Instituto de Filosofía-CSIC (Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales), Juan de la Cierva Research Fellow at the Instituto de Estudios Sociales Avanzados, CSIC and the Universidad de Málaga. I have also been a ‘young invited researcher’ at the Psychology Department of the University of the Balearic Islands.
I hold a Ph.D. in Philosophy (University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2014), a Master’s degree in Cognitive Science (École normale supérieure, Paris 2006), and a Master’s degree in History and Philosophy of Science.
My research interests (and publication record) include experimental philosophy, moral psychology and ethics, or evolutionary theories of social learning. I am currently the recipient of a BBVA-Leonardo research grant to study folk models of science and public controversies (more information to follow soon).
I worked once at the Institut de Recherche pour le développement, Paris. I also was very lucky to spend time in Los Angeles, while visiting the Department of Anthropology at UCLA and learning by doing at the Center for Behavior, Evolution, and Culture. In 2018 I was a visiting scholar at the Philosophy, Politics & Economics (PPE) Program’s Social Norms Group at the University of Pennsylvania.
With Arancha San Ginés, I had fun creating Filosofipods, a series of podcasts on philosophy in Spanish.
I have been part of the Xphi Replicability Project, an effort to replicate a representative sample of studies in experimental philosophy. Check it out!