I am a Margarita Salas postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Philosophy I, University of Granada, Spain, currently visiting the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences at the University of Edinburgh. I am part of the Filosofía y Análisis research group and the excellence unit FiloLab-UGR. My interest area is philosophy of language. I am particularly intrigued by the peculiar behavior exhibited by evaluative uses of language, which I try to explain through a semantic framework that combines relativist and expressivist elements.
I wrote my PhD thesis, entitled Ways of Living: The Semantics of the Relativist Stance and supervised by María José Frápolli, at the University of Granada. As part of the completion of my thesis, I was a visiting PhD student at the Institut Jean Nicod in Paris under the supervision of Isidora Stojanovic and at the Department of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley under the supervision of John MacFarlane.