David Casacuberta

David Casacuberta (Barcelona, 1967) is a Professor of Philosophy at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. His interests range from gastronomic aesthetics to bioethics, but his research focuses on the social, cultural, and cognitive implications of digital technologies, and on how classical Eastern thought can help us better understand what the mind is and who we are in the end. In 2003 he won the Eusebi Colomer prize for the best essay on philosophical or ethical aspects related to the new technological society and the Ingenio 400 prize for the best net.art project around the 400th anniversary of Don Quixote.

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David Casacuberta
Professor at the Dpt de Filosofia UAB
647 53 06 16

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