Experimental Philosophy and New Technologies: The Social, Ethical, and Normative Consequences of Robotics and Human Enhancement Technologies
Professor's Aguilera research project is “Experimental Philosophy and New Technologies: The Social, Ethical, and Normative Consequences of Robotics and Human Enhancement Technologies.”
Professor Rafael Aguilera has a PhD in Law, University of Córdoba, 2018 (distinction summa cum laude). Has been awarded a Master’s degree in Public Law, University of Córdoba, Faculty of Law, 2013/14 (Outstanding) as well as a Master’s degree in Criminal Law, University of Seville and Andalusian Interuniversity Institute of Criminology (A.I.I.C), Faculty of Law, 2012/13 (Outstanding) among other distinctions. Has a Postgraduate Diploma for the Legal Profession (two annual courses at the Bar Association of Córdoba, current Master of Law), 2010/12 and was awarded his Degree in Law from the University of Córdoba, Partner Constitutional Rights, Department of Public Law, 2010.
Currently, he is Director of Postgraduate Courses in Corporate Compliance and professor of Corporate Compliance & International Security, Loyola University, Andalusia, Spain 2020-present. Also he is Professor of the Corporate Compliance Program, Master’s Degree in Law and Master’s Degree in Corporate Legal Practice, Loyola Leadership School (University Loyola Andalucía), 2018 – present.
Visiting Scholar Term of Stay
From September 1st to 30th, 2022
Applied Ethics | Law | Philosophy | Science and Technology Law
Aguilera Gordillo, Rafael, "Experimental Philosophy and New Technologies: The Social, Ethical, and Normative Consequences of Robotics and Human Enhancement Technologies" (2022). Visiting Researcher Profiles. 39.