Professor of Modern Philosophy at the UIB. He has been chair of the Department of Philosophy and Social Work (2011-2015). Currently he is Vice Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy and Director of the bachelor's degree in Philosophy. He has focused his research on sixteenth and seventeenth century philosophers, especially Montaigne and Descartes. His principal books include "Michel de Montaigne. Essays on Education" (Editor, ed. Biblioteca Nueva, 2015), "Montaigne. Texts on Education" (Ed. Eumo, 2012, introductory study and selection of texts), "The human being in Montaigne" (Ed. Proa, 2009; Carles Rahola Essay Award, 2008), "History of Modern Philosophy I: Machiavelli Descartes" (Eds. UIB, 2009), and "Education, Philosophy and Scripture. Montaigne" (Eds. UIB, 2001). His latest publications are "Autobiographical writing as a philosophical activity: from Montaigne to Rousseau" (in Rousseau's Legacy 1712-2012, Ed. Editum, 2013, pp. 113-125); "Philosophy as a form of life: a montaignien Descartes?" Montaigne Studies XXV (2013): 169-176; "About Concepts and Philosophy. Montaigne's experience and its repercussions on Descartes' philosophy" Cuadernos Salmantinos de Filosofía 40 (2013): 71-84; "Montaigne and Platon" BSAM 56/2 (2012): 113-125; "Montaigne and Descartes: two modern proposals for life", Yearbook of the Catalan Society of Philosophy 23 (2012): 121-134.