Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas Madrid

Among the top three largest public research institutions in Europe, the Spanish National Research Council promotes scientific and technological development though its multidisciplinary and internationally connected faculties and facilities.  As the largest public research institution in Spain, the CSIC has become a leader in scientific policy and technological regional development in Spain, and therefore, has become an exemplary model institution for its European and world neighbors.

In addition to cooperating with several scientific organizations and universities within Spain and abroad, CSIC also is connected to institutions, such as, CNRS, Max Planck Institute, OEI and FECYT.  Therefore, CSIC offers its researchers, and those at ENGLOBE, a broad network of research tools and perspectives.  More specifically, the Institute of Philosophy provides the Seminario Internacional de Jóvenes Investigadores (SIJI), a research centre for young students.  The Institute has also conducted numerous joint-events and research projects throughout the past decade in cooperation with its partner institutions.

Featured ENGLOBE Scientists:

Prof. Dr. Concha Roldan

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Director of the Institute of Philosophy, Professor of Philosophy, History and Ethics, CSIC research scientist

Prof. Dr. Roberto Aramayo

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Director of the Department of Theoretical Philosophy, visiting professor in Mexico and Argentina, CSIC research scientist

Featured Publications:

-Roldan, Concha. Geschichtsphilosophie: ein problematisches Erbe der Aufklärung (Philosophy of History: A problematic Enlightenment heritage), in: G. Abel, H.-J. Engfer and Ch. Hubig (eds.): Gedenkschrift fur Hans Poser. Berlin, 2002, pp. 285-304.
-Roldan, Concha. Leibniz’ Concept of Europe between Nationalism and Universalism, in: M. Buhr and D. Moggach (eds.): Reason, Universality and History: Perspectives on the European Intellectual Legacy. New York, 2004, pp. 147-162.
-Aramayo, Roberto. Immanuel Kant: Moral Utopia as the Emancipation from Chance. Madrid, 2001.
-Aramayo, Roberto (ed.). Values and History in 21st Century Europe. Madrid/México, 2005.