My interest areas are related to the philosophy of biology, specifically, the scientific reasoning in explanation elaboration and the use of concepts as the composition relationship, emergence or levels of organisation. My doctoral thesis analyses the composition relationship notion in the biological context, evaluating this notion both from a metaphysical and epistemological perspective. I hold a MA in Philosophy of Biological and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Bristol. I did my undergraduate studies, in the Faculty of Philosophy, at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. I also studied for a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences and a professional award of Biologist in Environment and Natural Resources at the same University. I have experience giving lectures in the Faculty of Law at Andres Bello University in Ethics and History of Philosophical Thought. I have also worked as an assistant teacher in Ethics, Philosophical Anthropology and as a research assistant in the biological sciences lab.
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