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I work in sustainability (alternative transport to the car), inequality and social violence (I participated in the implementation of basic income per child in Argentina), I work in Philosophical Counselling, specially in a Philosophical Café since 2002 and wrote the first book of this subject originally written in spanish. I participate in the public discussion around several topics of practical philosophy and empirical research do around philosophical issues.
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