Philosophy for contemporary challenges

Research Lines

The limits of knowledge: when ignorance about reality and the future comes to the fore, what value do the sciences, their assumptions and their practices have?

The shadows of technology: when digital and biomedical technologies seem to lead us either to dystopia or to new utopias, what are their material and symbolic conditions? How to think critically without getting caught up in fear or hope?

The scales of subjectivity: the modern subject has not only entered a crisis, but has also been radically criticized by other forms of world experience (from feminism, from non-Western cultures, from colonial criticism. ..). What forms of subjectivity emerge between the cracks of the modern subject?

The languages ​​of thought: thought does not exist apart from the languages ​​that give it body, breath, expression, articulation and social existence. How do you think today? Through what verbal and non-verbal languages, through what methodologies, communities and social uses?

The ecologies of the imagination: to think is to train the imagination, to elaborate possible images of what is not apparent, obvious or immediate. In an immediate present that cancels out any non-apocalyptic imagination, what imaginaries do we have today to activate new emancipatory visions of the present, the past and the future?

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