Distributive justice, political liberalism, conceptions of advantage, basic income, resources, capabilities.
2016: MA in Philosophy (Contemporary Philosophy), Faculty of Arts and Humanities of University of Porto
2013: BA in Philosophy, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of University of Porto
2017: Researcher at Centre for Ethics, Politics and Society (CEPS), University of Minho
2017: Researcher at Mind, Language, and Action Group (MLAG), Institute of Philosophy of University of Porto (until 31/12/2017)
I’m a PhD student in Social and Political Philosophy at the University of Minho where I’m also a researcher at Centre for Ethics, Politics and Society. My main research interests are the metrics and theories of justice. I started developing these topics in my Contemporary Philosophy Master’s dissertation, supervised by Professor Sofia Miguens, entitled “Como avaliar a qualidade de vida num contexto Social e Político? Bens Sociais Primários, Recursos ou Capabilities” that I have finished in 2016. In the same year I participated in the MLAG Seminars organized by Mind, Language, and Action Group of the Institute of Philosophy of University of Porto. In that sequence I have been invited to include an abridged version of that presentation - “Amartya Sen: avaliar o nível de vida em termos capabilities” in the seminar’s compilation. Later I also have joined MLAG as a researcher (until 31/12/2017). In 2017 I participated in the VIII Meetings on Ethics and Political Philosophy of University of Minho with the paper “Ronald Dworkin and Philippe Van Parijs: How far is the Equality of Resources from an Unconditional Basic Income?”. There I have introduced to my research the theories of the UBI. A new element regarding the Master’s dissertation that has, along with metrics based on previously mentioned capabilities, a highlighted place in my plan for the PhD.
Currently I’m developing the work plan “Distribuir o quê e sob que princípios? – Um estudo sobre as possibilidades de relação entre uma abordagem baseada em Capabilities e a defesa de um Rendimento Básico Incondicional” of the PhD in Social and Political Philosophy of University of Minho (CEPS), under the supervision of Professor Roberto Merrill: PhD scholarship funded by the Portuguese state budget – FCT/MCTES – and by European Social Fund – POCH – (FCT, SFRH/BD/129949/2017).
2018: "Capabilities e Rendimento Básico Incondicional: Um Estudo Introdutório sobre as Possibilidades de Compatibilização". Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 74 (2-3): 695-728. DOI 10.17990/RPF/2018_74_2_0695.
2017: “Amartya Sen: avaliar o nível de vida em termos capabilities”, in B. Fernandez, L. Veríssimo, D. Couto (Eds.), Porque Razão? Razões para acreditar, para agir e para preferir. Col. MLAG Discussion Papers, Vol. 8. Porto: Faculty of Arts and Humanities of University of Porto, pp. 89-98. ISBN 978-989-99854-7-6.
2018: "Is UBI a good interpretation of opportunity?". 9th Summer-School in Political Philosophy & Public Policy (organizado pelo Centro de Ética, Política e Sociedade). Braga: Instituto de Letras e Ciências Humanas, Universidade do Minho. (5/07/2018).
2018: "Há lugar para um Rendimento Básico Incondicional na lista de Martha Nussbaum?". IX Congresso da Associação Portuguesa de Ciência Política. Painel: Rendimento Básico Incondicional. Braga: Universidade do Minho. (19/04/2018).
2017: “Ronald Dworkin and Philippe Van Parijs: How far is the Equality of Resources from an Unconditional Basic Income?”. VIII Meetings on Ethics and Political Philosophy. Braga: University of Minho (9/06/2017).
2016: “Amartya Sen: capabilities ou meios de troca como base para avaliar a qualidade de vida? MLAG Research Seminars 2016/2017. Porto: Faculty of Arts and Humanities of University of Porto (29/11/2016).
Participation in Projects
2018-2021: Integrated member of the project: “The Political Philosophy And Epistemology Of Basic Income Experiments”, financed by the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), Portugal. (€ 196.029,25). Reference: PTDC/FER-FIL/28078/2017 (ref. POCI).
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