Student members

JOAN CAMARENA

Joan Camarena is a PhD candidate and ACIF fellow at the University of Valencia, under the supervision of Marc Artiga. He holds a BA in philosophy from University of Basque Country and a MA in Logic and Philosophy of Science from the University of Salamanca. His main areas of interest are focused on the ontological status of representations, models in cognition and the nature of cognition and perception within the embodied and embedded approaches, especially as far as ecological psychology is concerned.

MARTA CABRERA – Homepage

Marta Cabrera is a PhD candidate and FPI fellow at the University of Valencia, under the supervision of Jordi Valor and Carlos Moya. She holds a BA from that university and a MA in Logic and Philosophy of Science from the USAL. Her main areas of interest are philosophy of the mind and action theory, and her current research focuses on emotions and reasons, action out of emotion and expressive action.


JAVIER CASTELLOTE LILLO

Javier Castellote is a PhD candidate and “Atracció de Talent” fellow at the University of Valencia, under the supervision of Josep E. Corbí. He holds a BA and a MA in Contemporary Philosophy from that University. His main areas of interest are anthropological philosophy, philosophy of language, psychoanalysis and action theory.


CARMEN MARTÍNEZ SÁEZ

Carmen Martínez Sáez is a PhD candidate and FPU fellow at the University of Valencia, under the supervision of Josep E. Corbí. She holds a BA from that university and a BS in Architecture from Polytechnic University of Valencia. Her main areas of interest are philosophy of the mind and anthropology, and her current research focuses on body pain.


VICENT PICÓ

Vicent Picó is a PhD candidate at the University of Valencia.


VALENTÍ SIMPSON VALLÉS

Valentí Simpson is a PhD candidate in logic and philosophy of science and FPI fellow at the University of Valencia. He has obtained a MA degree from the University of Barcelona (UB-Logos) and is currently supervised by Victor M. Verdejo. His research interests lie in the philosophy of mind, with an emphasis on the first person.


STEPHANIE WEST

Stephanie West is a PhD candidate at the University of Valencia, working under the supervision of Josep Corbí.  She holds a BA in Humanities from the University of Brighton, and an MA in Medical Ethics and Law from King’s College London.  Her research areas are applied ethics, especially bioethics, and political philosophy.