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Dr Mateu Cabot Ramis
Dr Mateu Cabot Ramis
Senior Lecturer
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    Dr Mateu Cabot Ramis


    Brief CV

    Academic training
    Bachelor of Arts (1985), Thesis: Habermas and the concept of work in Marx
    Doctor of Philosophy (1990), Thesis: Th. W. Adorno and Modernity. An interpretation of the negative dialectic of Adorno in the perspective of the critique of modernity

    Professional activity
    Professor (2002), Department of Philosophy and Social Work, University of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca, Spain
    Constellations editor. Journal of Critical Theory

    GR researcher Corrents Critiques of pensament contemporani (Acronym: CRIPCON)

    Research interests: Theodor W. Adorno - Critical Theory - Estètica negative (especially: aesthetics of the film image

    Ongoing research projects: 'Adorno reader Freud: Psychoanalytic materials critique of mass culture' Acronym: ALF. Reference: FFI2015-63916-P. Research team: Dr. L.A.C.N. Lastoria (UNESP, Brazil), Dr. S. Jornitz (EUF, Germany), Dr. P. Frau (UIB, Spain)

    Member of:
    Studies Society of Critical Theory
    Academic Society of Philosophy
    Filosòfica Association of the Balearic Islands
    The European Society for Aesthetics
    Society of Aesthetics and Art Theory


    Office Hours

    Lecturer Tutorial Times
    Start Date End Date Day Start Time End Time Location
    01/09/2020 30/06/2021 Thursday 10.00 13.00 Tutories remotes

    Subjects taught. Academic Year 2020-21

    Subjects taught
    Subject Information
    20936 - Aesthetic Issues
    20921 - Contemporary Philosophy
    20929 - Final Degree Project
    11422 - Monographic Course on Aesthetics
    11410 - Philosophy Study Methods

    Teaching, 5 previous years

    Subject Information
    11410 - Philosophy Study Methods
    11422 - Monographic Course on Aesthetics
    11426 - Advances in Aesthetics in Modern and Contemporary Times
    11443 - Master's Thesis
    20903 - History of Aesthetic Ideas
    20908 - Aesthetics
    20921 - Contemporary Philosophy
    20929 - Final Degree Project
    20936 - Aesthetic Issues
    20943 - Contemporary Philosophy Issues
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