- Technology and the Good Society
- Understanding Modern Humanitarianism: Conditions, Consequences and Critical Concerns
- The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered: Cultural Power
- Communication Technologies and Lifestyles
- Fashion and Identity in a Cultural Key Graduate Seminar
- Late Modernity and Emotions: Reframing Risk?
- Globalization and the Common Good
- Fashion and Emotions Graduate Seminar
- Being Human in a Consumer Society
- Construction of New Realities in Medicine
- Care and Professions in a Globalized World
- Family Structures and Globalization in Africa
- Gender Identities in a Globalized World
- Fashion, Image and Identity
- Family Policies in Western Countries
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Ana Marta González is Full Professor of Philosophy at the University of Navarra (Spain), where she served as Scientific Director of the Institute for Culture and Society from 2012-2019. Author of monographs on Aquinas (1998), Kant (2011), and Hume (2013), her research interests lie in the intersection of moral philosophy and social sciences. In 2016 she was appointed by Pope Francis as an Ordinary member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.
Notable among her most recent publications are: Kant on Culture, Happiness and Civilization (Palgrave 2021), Culture, Education, and Social Theory in Kant's thought (in Persian: Kargadan Publishing House, 2021), Descubrir el nombre: subjetividad, identidad, socialidad (Comares, 2021); Hume as Forerunner of the Sociology of Emotions (in: Smith & Mills (eds), The Scottish Enlightenment Human Nature, Social theory and Moral philosophy: Essays in honour of Christopher J. Berry, Edinburgh University Press, 2021); Value and Obligation Once More: A Critical Assessment of Robert Stern's 'Hybrid' Kant (Metaphilosophy, 2020), Christianity and the Principle of Solidarity (in: Domingo & Witte (eds), Christianity and Global Law, Routledge 2020); Practical identity, obligation and sociality (The Journal of Social Philosophy, 2018).
Professor González has participated in numerous STI experts meetings, both as Academic Leader and as participant, and has edited, co-edited and contributed chapters to the resulting published works.
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