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Nicolás Del Valle O.

Ph.D. candidate in Philosophy at Leiden Universiteit, MA. in Contemporary Thought and BA. in Political Science. Currently he is Director of the Journal Pléyade ISSN: 0718-655X and Visiting Researcher at the Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut of Berlin, Germany. Also he is editor of the book “La Actualidad de la Crítica. Ensayos sobre la Escuela de Frankfurt” (Metales […]

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Miguel Ruiz Stull

Professor in the Arts Faculty of the Universidad de Chile. PhD in Philosophy from the Universidad de Chile. His main areas of research are vitalism in philosophy and theories of experience, particularly in Lucretius, Hume, Kant, Bergson, Deleuze, Canguilhem and Foucault. He is author of Tiempo y experiencia. Variaciones en torno a Henri Bergson (Fondo […]

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Rodrigo Karmy Bolton

Master in Philosophy, Universidad de Chile, with a thesis on Giorgio Agamben. Ph.D. in Philosophy from the Universidad de Chile with a thesis entitled “Politics of In(Ex)-carnation. Elements of a Genealogy of Biopolitics.” He is currently professor and researcher in the Center for Arabic Studies in the Faculty of Philosophy and Humanities, Universidad de Chile. […]

Adán Salinas A.

Chilean. Professor of philosophy and degree in education by the UCSH. Master in philosophy, with distinction in moral and political philosophy from the University of Chile. Master of advanced studies in philosophy by the Complutense University of Madrid. Currently make a Phd research in the Complutense University of Madrid, through funding of CONICYT. His doctoral […]

Nicolás Muñoz-Saldaña

Sociologist from the Universidad de Concepción, Chile (UdeC).  He works specially in Biopolitics of the life forms and everyday life through a deconstructive sociology, in which its limits with anthropology, semiotics, social psychology and political philosophy blur.  He has put his attention in the militant research about the discoursive-practices of the non-traditional-left, and his main […]

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Mario Ociel Moya

Master’s in Anthropology and Ph.D. candidate from the Northern Catholic University (UCN) and the Department of Anthropology at the University of Tarapacá (UTA), Chile. Graduate from the  Master degree in Aging and Quality of Life, INTA, University of Chile. Anthropologist and a BA in Anthropology from the Bolivarian University. He has completed a pre-doctoral research […]

Ítalo San Martín

Sociologist. Currently student of the Magíster en Intervención Social Program and researcher in the Programa de Políticas Públicas y Ciudadanía of the Universidad del Bío-Bío, Chile. He has published studies and research on Bolivian social movements, trade unionism on the Chilean banking system, citizen participation and child and adolescent rights and also directed the documentary […]

Felipe Ramírez Hinrichsen

Is psychologist and bachelor in psychology of the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaiso, Chile, and Master in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with children and adolescents of the Alberto Hurtado University, Chile. Member of the College of Psychologist of New Brunswick, Canada. Specialized on child and adolescent psychotherapy and psychosocial problems, his research line refers to the relation […]

Roberto Bruna

Roberto Bruna holds a BA in Political Science. Is obtaining the degree of Master in Philosophy major in axiology and political philosophy at the Universidad de Chile, with the thesis “The violence of the law. The right to the violence”. His work in recent years has been engaged primarily to investigate the relationship between the […]

Mauricio Amar Díaz

Sociologist, Master in Gender Studies and Culture with the thesis “ideal body. The production of the housewife in women’s magazines between 1910 and 1950.” Diploma in Arabic and Islamic Culture at the University of Chile and is currently a doctoral student in Philosophy: Political and Moral Philosophy mention at the University of Chile. Part of […]

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Carlos Araya-Moreno

Degree in education and professor of philosophy at the Metropolitan University science education, chile. His research dwells around the impasse between childhood and literature, biopolitics and education, gender studies and literature again. Among his publications are, “quote, copy, to think, a teaching material in his essay.” Umce, 2009. “Technologies of representation: bio-political contradictions. Hannah Arendt. […]

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Miguel Vatter

Professor of Political Science, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW Australia. He has a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the New School for Social Research, and has held academic positions in political science and philosophy departments in North America and Chile, as well as a visiting professorship in Germany. He works […]