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Susana Monsó

Specialised in animal ethics and the philosophy of science, she has worked extensively on non-human species’ relationship with death

Susana Monsó holds a PhD in Philosophy from the National Distance Education University and is an assistant professor at the Department of Logic, History, and Philosophy of Science of the same university. She has been a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Graz and at the Messerli Research Institute in Vienna, where she held a Lise Meitner fellowship from the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). She has published scientific papers in international journals, such as Erkenntnis, Synthese, Mind & Language, Journal of Ethics, and Philosophical Psychology, among others, and focuses on understanding the socio-cognitive abilities of animals and their ethical implications. In 2021 she published her first book, La zarigüeya de Schrödinger [Schrödinger’s Possum] (Plaza Valdés, 2021), in which she explores other species’ notions of death.

Update: 21 September 2021


Has participated in

The Future of Animal Rights

Reflections from the University