‘The future will be more interdisciplinary’.
Philosopher, essayist and professor at the University of Barcelona. Specialist in Hegel, Kant, Herder, Descartes, D’Alembert or Nietzsche, has evolved into the study of the great modern movements such as Rationalism, the Enlightenment, Romanticism and philosophies of suspicion, and its contemporary influence. Anticipating current postdisciplinares trends, has coined the term ‘macrophilosophy’ to characterize his global, interdisciplinary analysis with long-term processes. He has written numerous books and articles, currently chairs the Joan Maragall philosophy Liceu, is a member of the Barcelona Athenaeum board and co-leads GIRCHE (International Research Group on Culture, History and State).