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Daniel Gamper

Daniel Gamper (Barcelona, 1969) is a lecturer in Moral Philosophy and Ethics at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. His research in the field of political philosophy is particularly concerned with theories of democracy, politics and religion. He has published numerous articles on the role of religion in democratic societies, the limits of liberalism and the concept of tolerance. His book Las mejores palabras (Anagrama, 2019) has been awarded the Premio Anagrama de Ensayo 2019. He has published La fe en la ciudad secular (Trotta, 2004), and translated works by Nietzsche, Scheler and Habermas, amongst others, and periodically writes for such publications as the newspapers Ara and La Vanguardia. He has participated in several events and debates at the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) and has published interviews with such authors as Zygmunt Bauman, John Gray and Michael Walzer for the Dixit Collection (Katz and CCCB). In 2024 he has published the book De qué te ries. Beneficios y estragos de la broma (Herder Editorial).

Update: 23 May 2024



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Maggie Nelson and Daniel Gamper

On freedom, today

Lecture by Víctor Gómez Pin

The Destiny of Quantum Physics

Accelerated Lives

Lecture by Hartmut Rosa

Progress and Modernity

Lecture by Peter Wagner

Culture and Life

Dialogues on the Impact of Biotechnology