Interview to the politician Santiago Abascal, the second episode of Viennese Coffee House (December, 10, 2019), the LivePodcast directed by me at The Objective.
Interview to Albert Boadella, first episode of Viennese Coffee House (November, 12, 2019), the LivePodcast directed by me at The Objective.
Presentation of the translation to Spanish of the book The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt, with Pedro Insua, at the Value School of Madrid (May 7, 2019).
Interview with Fernando Savater, in the “Meeting Up With” Lectures at the School of Law of the University of Valladolid (December 12, 2013)
Participation at the Round Table “The Dignity of the Person, Ground for the System of Civil Rights” at the 2nd Conference “Spain and the Catholic Church: Economic Crisis and Christian Humanism” at the School of Law of the University of Valladolid (April 4, 2014)
Lecture “Are Patriotism and Nationalism One and The Same Thing?” at the Athenaeum of Valladolid (April 7, 2014)
Interview, by Mario Noya in the Spanish radio station esRadio, about the Ten main threats that today challenge the Ideals of the Enlightenment (October 14, 2018). Plus, in this page of the Spanish online newspaper Libertad Digital you can check the ten books that I recommend as antidotes to each of these threats.
Video Recordings (in English and Spanish)
Interview to Santiago Abascal, second broadcast of the Café Vienés podcasts: talks, with some drops of philosophy, at The Objective (December, 10, 2019).
Interview to Albert Boadella, first broadcast of the Café Vienés podcasts: talks, with some drops of philosophy, at The Objective (November, 12, 2019).
Lecture on “An Answer to Identity Politics”, chaired by Alexànder Golovín at the Athenaeum of Barcelona (June 14, 2019).
Dialogue with the philosopher Pedro Insua on the Spanish translation of the book The Righteous Mind: Why good people are divided by politics and religion, by Jonathan Haidt, chaired by Luis Alberto Iglesias Gómez at the Value School of Madrid (May 7, 2019).
Round table at the Villacisneros Foundation on the cultural battles of the new left under the title “Ideological Laws”, with Francisco Javier Contreras and Alicia Delibes, chaired by Hermann Tertsch (Madrid, February 5, 2019).
Speech at the closing session of the foundational congress of the paneuropean political party Volt (Madrid, November 18, 2018). My address deals with the main threats against European values that I detect today: Nationalism, Populism and what I call a “whining” Europeism.
Inauguration Lecture of the Courseyear 2018-2019 that I delivered on September 12, at the European University Miguel de Cervantes.
Lecture on Post-truth as a Feature of Hypermodern Times, at the international conference “Around Hypermodernism”, which place at the Faculty of “Artes Liberales” of the University of Warsaw (Poland) on June 14, 2018.
Round table on Direct democracy? Referendums and populism in Latin America and Spain, at the Casa de América of Madrid, with the collaboration of the internet newspaper The Objective, on September 26, 2017.
Invited lecture Is It Possible to Teach Freedom? Paradoxes in the Education about Civic Values. A Spanish Case Study at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory of the University of Belgrade (Serbia), on July 3, 2015.
Lecture Asking for fogiveness, giving forgiveness, at the Second Meeting of the 2nd International Seminar “Centennial of Paul Ricoeur: Time, Pain, Justice”, organized by the Chair on Critical Hermeneutics (UNED-University of La Laguna-University of Turin-Autonomous University of Madrid-CEILAM) celebrated at the “Escuelas Pías” of the UNED in Madrid, between December 2 and 5, 2013.
First part of the lecture How Can We Understand Baudrillard (Better) with the Help of the MTV Music Video Awards (in these other links you can reach the rest of the lecture: its second part, its third part and its fourth part) at the Instituto Superior de Filosofía of Valladolid, during the Colloquium on “Arts, Literature and Contingency: Thinking about Education in a New Way”, organized by the Contemporary Society and Culture Seminar (Semsocu) of the European University Miguel de Cervantes and that Instituto (January 29th-30th, 2009).