Interview with Fernando Savater, in the “Meeting Up With” Lectures at the School of Law of the University of Valladolid (December 12th 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 4th 2014)
Lecture “Are Patriotism and Nationalism One and The Same Thing?” at the Athenaeum of Valladolid (April 7th 2014)
Audiovisual Recordings (in Spanish)
Lecture How Can We Understand Baudrillard (Better) with the Help of the MTV Music Video Awards 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).
Lecture on The Notion of “Rite” at the Complutense University of Madrid, in the postgraduate course “Postmodern Society: Europe, Spaces of Democratic Coexistence” (courseyear 2006-07).
In another on-line newspaper, The Objective, I write an op-ed every second week since March 8, 2016.
I wrote op-eds for the Spanish on-line newspaper Vozpópuli between 2015 and 2016. The title for those contributions is Pólemos.
In the same on-line newspaper Vozpópuli I have written as well about the possibility of a “Clarity Act” for Catalonia (23/10/2015), on the different proposals on culture by the platforms of the main Spanish political parties (08/12/2015) at the election of December 20, 2015, on why the so-called “gender ideology” does not exist (24/12/2016) and a kind of manifesto called Against Dialogue (7/10/2017).
The online newspaper El Semanal Digital has also published one of my op-eds: Are there five million Communists in Spain?
In number 8 (May 2012) of the magazine Zapping Magazine I published a text titled Philosophizing in front of the TV set, into the section “TV Asessment”
I have also collaborated with the website DRS? No, thanks, with an article on Why the deposit-refund system ruins the idea that recycling is a duty.
The Peruvian newspaper Expreso published in February 2005 a small reflection of mine about my favorite philosopher, Ludwig Wittgenstein
The cultural supplement Batuecas of the Salamanca newspaper Tribuna de Salamanca gave me the chance to expose some ideas about the relationship between Western and Indian Thought, at the time of the 2nd Spanish Indologist Conference at Salamanca (September 1997).
I spent some years (2006-2015) as a member of a political party in Spain. One of the results of such an activity were some op-eds that I published in newspapers like ABC, Vozpópuli, El Mundo-Diario de Valladolid, El Norte de Castilla or La Gaceta Regional (Salamanca). I also translated a text of political content for the online newspaper Rebelión.
At Páginas Digital I have been interviewed several times (in May and July 2015 and in January and October 2016) about the political situation of Spain, of its political parties and the Catholic church, as well as on nationalism, terrorism, immigration, multiculturalism, the values of Spanish transition to democracy and civil society.
At Xataka I have participated at this debate on forbidding or legalizing prostitution in Spain. I have defended legalizing it.
The Objective has also made me an interview as a presentation of my Op-Eds for that digital newspaper.
I had the chance of enjoying a debate on Ludwig Wittgenstein’s philosophy at the National University of Colombia Radio (April 2012)
I was one of the many founding fathers on November 2009 of the on-line newspaper Factual, whose initial editor was Arcadi Espada
I was among the first 900 signatories, coming from 43 different countries, of the Blois Appeal, who appeared at the French newspaper Le Monde on November 28, 2008 in full-page. This campaign was coordinated by the association Freedom for History
I was interviewed by the Basque newspaper Berria in March 2007 about the ethics of hidden cameras