I am postdoctoral fellow at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I received my PhD in Philosophy of Science from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, UNAM (Mexico City, Mexico), in Fall 2019. My doctoral supervisor was Luis Estrada-González.
I work mainly in general philosophy of science and philosophical logic. My interests extend into history of science and (non-classical) logics.
My current research focuses on studying the connections between understanding and the rational use of defective information in science and philosophy.
I got a BA in Philosophy at Universidad Veracruzana and a MA in Philosophy of Science at UNAM -under the supervision of Atocha Aliseda-Llera and Mathieu Beirlaen.
With Moisés Macías-Bustos, I coordinate the Iberoamerican Philosophy of Science seminar. At UNAM, I founded the Philosophy of Science Reading Group (2015 -2019).
Outside of academia, I enjoy dancing ballet (from time to time) and drawing philosophy.
L A T E S T
A structuralist approach to scientific understanding
@Zoom Workshop “Understanding, in Science and Beyond”
Understanding defective theories:
From logic to epistemology
@Seminario de Lógica Iberoamericana
"The ignorance behind inconsistency toleration" in S.I. Knowing the Unknown, Synthese..