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Carlos Morujão

He is Professor at the Lisbon Branch of the Portuguese Catholic University.

He has a first degree in Philosophy from the Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto (1980), a Master’s in Philosophy from the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon (1991), and a Doctorate in Philosophy from the Faculty of Human Sciences of the Portuguese Catholic University (2002).

He was Assistant professor in the Faculty of Human Sciences of the Portuguese Catholic University from 1993 to 2003. Since 2008 he has been Associate Professor in the Faculty of Human Sciences of the Portuguese Catholic University, specialising in the area of Kantian thought, German idealism (particularly Fichte and Schelling) and phenomenology (Edmund Husserl in particular), and scientific coordinator for the area of Philosophy of the Portuguese Catholic Univeristy. He has published many articles on the themes of German idealism and Husserlian phenomenology.