Antoni Aguiló


Biography

Antoni Aguiló is graduated in Philosophy at the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB), Diploma of Advanced Studies (DEA) in Philosophy of Law, of Morality and Politics and PhD in Social Sciences and Humanities. Has been researcher at the Philosophy Department of the University of Balearic Islands (Spain). Currently, is member of the Research Group on Democracy, Citizenship and Law (DECIDe) of the Center for Social Studies (CES), University of Coimbra, where he has taught in several doctoral programs. He was also co-coordinator of the thematic area democratizing democracy in the ERC project "ALICE - Strange Mirrors, Unsuspected Lessons: Leading Europe to a new way of sharing the world experiences". His main research topics are the study of the processes of globalization and political and philosophical dimension of this complex issue, the critical theory of democracy, power, participation and citizenship in the context of neoliberal globalization and counter-hegemonic globalization and also the analysis of interculturality as an instrument of social emancipation. He also places his academic and personal interest in another subject, specifically in the field of sexuality and affective and sexual diversity.

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News

2020-12-12 Outras Palavras

O fascinante declínio do eurocentrismo


2020-12-11 Outras Palavras [ES]

O fascinante declínio do eurocentrismo







Latest Publications

Article in Scientific journal

Aguiló, Antoni (2020), "«En som més»: una contranarrativa al discurs d'odi en l'adolescència", Anuari de la Joventut de les Illes Balears, 355-372

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Book Chapter

Aguiló, Antoni (2020), El sueño de la razón produce monstruos: para una filosofía posabismal, in Santos, B. S.; Meneses, M. P. (org.), Conocimientos nacidos en las luchas. Madrid: Akal, 233-254

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Article in Scientific journal

Aguiló, Antoni (2020), "Descolonizar la filosofía: apuntes en torno a una experiencia de investigación colaborativa con el 15M", Utopía y praxis latinoamericana, 25, 91, 117-133

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