Dr. P. (Pilar) Lopez-Cantero
I am a full-time Lecturer focused on the Ethics of Technology. Before that, I obtained my PhD from the University of Manchester (2019), where I taught Ethics, History of Philosophy and Environmental Philosophy, among other topics.
My research on moral psychology sits in the intersection between philosophy of emotion, personal identity and ethics. I specialize on personal relationships, specifically romantic love and friendship, which I understand as a feature of the narrative self-concept. I have published several papers on the topics of break-ups and falling out of love. I am also interested on political cosmopolitanism and on the influence of technology on personal identity and autonomy, especially from a feminist perspective.
- Lopez-Cantero, P., and Archer, A. (forthcoming). Lost without you: The value of falling out of love. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice.
- La estructura narrativa del amor romántico (2019). In Mercedes Rivero Obra (ed.), Identidad y emoción a través de la interacción con el sujeto, . pp. 63-82. 2019.
- Lopez-Cantero, P. (2018). The break-up check: Exploring romantic love through relationship terminations. Philosophia 46(3): 689–703.
- IT and Values
- Ethics of Aerospace Engineering
- Critical Reflection of Technology
- Project SURF
Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Room number: B3.350