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José María Torralba López

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School of Philosophy and Letters University of Navarra

José María Torralba is Full Professor of Philosophy Moral and Politics at the University of Navarra and director of the Civic Humanism Center for programs of study on the character and ethics of the professions, at Institute for Culture and Society. He has been director of high school Core Curriculum (2013-2022). He was a visiting researcher at the universities of Chicago (2010-2012) and Leipzig (2016). He coordinates the group of research "Ethics, Character, and Human Action." He is the author of two monographs on the Philosophy internship of Kant and Anscombe, as well as articles on ethics and action theory, Education humanist and the mission statement of universities. He is a member of the board board of the Association for Core Texts and Courses. He advises universities in several countries on their humanist Education programs. He has recently published Una Education liberal. In Praise of Great Books (meeting, 2022). Among others, he has been co-editor of Theories of Action and Morality. Perspectives from Philosophy and Social Sciences (Olms, 2016), Literature and Character Education in Universities. Theory, Method, and Text Analysis (Routledge, 2021) and Ways of Being Bound: Perspectives from post-Kantian Philosophy and Relational Sociology (Springer, 2022).
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