I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1986.
My current research is mainly aimed at the reception of Plato's political philosophy in Germany between 1915 and 1945.
My areas of interest are Ancient Political Philosophy, German Philosophy of the 20th Century, Philosophical Hermeneutics, Humanism, Aesthetics, and Reception of the Classics.
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After earning my BA at the Universidad of Buenos Aires (UBA) and my MSc. Diploma in Political Science at the National University of General San Martín (UNSAM), and thanks to a Doctoral Scholarship from the National Scientific and Technological Research Council of Argentina (CONICET), I obtained my Ph.D. in Philosophy (UNSAM) in April 2020. My dissertation, entitled The utopic play: The reception of the Platonic political philosophy in Hans-Georg Gadamer’s work, was aimed at understanding, on the one hand, the structuring role of Plato’s philosophy in Gadamer's own thought as well as, on the other hand, its relevance in the political dimension of Gadamer’s philosophy. I intended to break with the most conventional readings of Gadamer, which, in my eyes, had reduced the importance of his interpretation of Plato (entrenched between 1922 and 1942 and developed at least until 1983) in order to give priority to the work that followed his best-known work, Wahrheit und Methode.
Employment & Visiting Positions
Since 2016, I teach political science at the Universidad del Salvador, in Buenos Aires (Full Professor since 2020). Between 2017 and 2021, I held visiting research positions in different European universities, with the aim to advance my doctoral and postdoctoral philosophical research: Universität zu Köln (DAAD Global Network, 2017), Sapienza Universitá di Roma (MAECI Scholarship, 2019), Université Paris-Nanterre (2020), Georg-August Universität Göttingen (Research Stays for University Academics and Scientists, 2021), and Università Ca' Foscari Venezia (2021).
In 2022, I was awarded Assistant Researcher at CONICET.