Marta Faustino is an appointed research fellow at IFILNOVA (Nova Institute of Philosophy), where she coordinates the Art of Living Research Group (CultureLab). She studied Sciences of Communication (2002) and Philosophy (2005) at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of the New University of Lisbon and earned her Doctorate in Philosophy (2013), from the same university, with a thesis on Nietzsche’s conceptions of ‘great health’ and therapy. She is currently working on an individual research project on philosophy as a way of life, with a particular focus on Nietzsche, Hadot, and Foucault. She is a member of LNG (Lisbon Nietzsche Group), GIRN (Groupe International de Recherches sur Nietzsche), HyperNietzsche, Red Iberoamericana Foucault and Mellon Philosophy as a Way of Life Network. She is author of several articles and essays on Nietzsche, Foucault and the Hellenistic philosophers, and co-editor of Nietzsche e Pessoa: Ensaios (Tinta-da-china, 2016), Rostos do Si: Autobiografia, Confissão, Terapia (Vendaval, 2019), and The Late Foucault: Ethical and Political Questions (Bloomsbury, 2020).