In this edition, we will count on the participation of Marta Jorba and Javier González de Prado as keynote invited speakers.

Marta Jorba is Serra Húnter Associate Professor at the Faculty of Humanities, Pompeu Fabra University (UPF), Barcelona. Before that, she was Juan de la Cierva postdoctoral researcher at UPV/EHU. Her main research areas are in philosophy of mind and psychology, phenomenology and feminist theory. She belongs to the Basque Research Group in Theoretical Linguistics (HiTT) and the Language in diversity Lab (Lindy Lab). She has been associate professor at the University of Girona and Teaching and Research Fellow at University College Dublin, Ireland. She has spent visiting research periods at the Center for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen (Denmark), New York University (USA), and Universidade Federal do Paraná (Brasil).

Javier González de Prado Salas is Assistant Professor at UNED. He received his PhD from the University of Southampton in 2016 and has been postdoctoral researcher at IFILNOVA (Lisbon) and the Autonomous University of Madrid. His research focuses on different topics in philosophy of language, meta-normativity, epistemology and philosophy of biology.


Aaron Álvarez (Universitat de Barcelona)

Charles Beasley (London School of Economics)

Karl Bergman (Uppsala University)

Francesca Bellazzi (University of Bristol)

Mark-Oliver Casper & Guiseppe Flavio Artese (University of Kassel)

David Cortés (University of the Basque Country)

Antonio Danese (University of Pauda)

Juan Gefaell (Universidade de Vigo)

Malena León (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba)

Auguste Nahas (University of Cambridge)

David Ricote & Ignacio Maeso (CABD-CSIC)

Tiago Rama (Autonomous University of Barcelona)

Ainhoa Rodriguez Muguruza (University of the Basque Country)

Tiina Rosenqvist (University of Pennsylvania)

Peter Woodford (Kingston University)

Cecily Whiteley (London School of Economics)

Giacomo Zanotti (IUSS Pavia)


Scientific Committee: Marc Artiga (UV), Leonardo Bich (UPV/EHU), María Cerezo (UM), Manuel Heras-Escribano (UPV/EHU), Susana Monsó (Messerli Research Institute), Laura Nuño de la Rosa (UCM), Manuel de Pinedo (UG), Gaëlle Pontarotti (IHPST), Javier Suárez (UB) and Josefa Toribio (UB).


Organizing Committee: Clara Bueno (UNED), José Manuel Viejo (UAM) and Mariano Sanjuán (UAM).


  • APPLY. New trends in applied philosophy. From theoretical philosophy to new challenges of society. (RED2018-102695-T). 

  • International Society for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB)

Contact: pbcsxworkshop@gmail.com


Faculty of Philosophy

Autonomous University of Madrid



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