Distributive justice, political liberalism, work automation, labor, precarity, basic income.
Currently: MA in Political Philosophy, University of Minho
2016: BA in Philosophy, University of Minho.
I am a MA student in Political Philosophy at the University of Minho. I am studying the impact of robotics and AI in labor and how the UBI can respond to social welfare issues that may arise from this change.
I am particularly interested in observing technological development, especially in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence, and to think on the economic, social and political dimensions these changes can have on people’s welfare. How political theory can respond to these challenges is my main pursuit.
Currently I’m developing the thesis “O Futuro do Trabalho e o Rendimento Básico Incondicional.” integrated in the master’s degree in Political Philosophy (University of Minho), under the supervision of Professor Roberto Merrill and co-supervision of Professor João Cardoso Rosas.
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).