I am a Juan de la Cierva Research Fellow at the Instituto de Filosofía-CSIC (Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales). Previously, I have been a 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 interests are broad although I am mostly interested about the use of research methods from the social and behavioral sciences to elucidate classical philosophical questions. I have published on a diverse list of subjects including moral psychology and ethics, evolutionary theories of social learning, and experimental philosophy. I am currently the recipient of a BBVA-Leonardo scholarship to study folk models of science and public scientific controversies (more information to follow soon).
I was lucky to work at the Institut de Recherche pour le développement on a project on autochtonous knowledges and conflicts on natural resources in Latin America. I also spent a fantastic time in Los Angeles, while visiting the Department of Anthropology at UCLA. 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!