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-Diego Bermejo holds a PhD in Philosophy (predoctoral stay at Ludwig-Maximilians Universität and at Hochschule für Philosophie, Munich); BA in Philosophy and Education Sciences; BA in Ecclesiastical Studies (Philosophy and Theology); Teacher Training; Foreign Language skills: German, French, English, Italian and Spanish. Other competences: Musical and artistic training; Teaching and Research: Lecturer in Philosophy at the Pontifical University of Salamanca, University of La Rioja, Faculty of Theology in Vitoria and the University of Deusto. He has taught on PhD, BA and Master programmes at the University of the Basque Country, the University of Deusto and the University of La Rioja. He has been Business Advisor and Trends Analyst in the field of Human Relations and in training and innovation programmes for SMEs in the Basque Country in Miñano Technology Park in Alava. He has been a speaker at public and private institutions, educational establishments, companies and universities. He has participated in research teams and has been principal researcher of the “Postmodernity, plurality and post secularity" research team at the University of Deusto. His research focuses on issues related to the crisis of reason, postmodernism and the cultural paradigm shift, epistemological aestheticisation, identity in plural societies, globalisation and transcultural dialogue; relationships between science, philosophy and religion, and religion in the post-secular society. He has organised and run a large number of interdisciplinary seminars and conferences at the University of La Rioja and the University of Deusto for many years. In the last few years his research focus has been on the dialogue between science, philosophy and religion: evolutionism, ethics and religion; God and religions in the age of science, neuroscience and spirituality, etc. ., with the presence and collaboration of outstanding scientists and philosophers. He has participated in conferences and seminars with guest papers and communications (national and international -the last one organised by the Templeton Foundation) Publications: His publications include several articles in various scientific journals and book chapters, and the following books: Crisis de la razón, razón transversal y posmodernidad (Bilbao, 1998), Posmodernidad: pluralidad y transversalidad (Anthropos, Barcelona 2005), (ed.) En las fronteras de la ciencia (Anthropos, Barcelona 2008), Homo sum (Perla, Logroño 2010), (ed.) La identidad en sociedades plurales (Anthropos, Barcelona 2011), (ed. a cargo) Francisco J. Ayala: Evolución, ética y religión (UD, Bilbao 2012), (ed.) ¿Dios a la vista? (Dykinson, Madrid 2013) y (ed.) Pensar después de Darwin. Ciencia, filosofía y teología en diálogo (Anthropos, Barcelona 2014). En el 2013 obtuvo premio-accésit de investigación UD-Banco de Santander por su trabajo "¿Dios a la vista? El “retorno de Dios” en la condición postmoderna, postmetafisica y globalizada". Colabora con la Cátedra Ciencia, Tecnología y Religión de Comillas, con las revistas Pensamiento y Tendencias21; y con la editorial Sal Terrae. Es evaluador de artículos ISI. . Estancias en universidades extranjeras: - Ludwig-Maximilians Universität (Múnich). - Hochschule für Philosophie SJ, (Múnich). - University of Cambridge/UK. Faraday Institute for Science and Religion. Visiting Fellow (St-Edmunds College).
Room: (Bilbao Campus), (San Sebastián Campus)
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