Susana Cadilha
Appointed Research Fellow and EPLab Coordinator

Susana Cadilha (PhD, University of Porto, 2017) is a post-doctoral research fellow at IFILNOVA. She is the current EPLab Coordinator and she is also a lecturer in ethics and applied ethics at FCSH. She teaches and writes in the areas of ethics, metaethics, and practical rationality.

 

Before coming to IFILNOVA, she was Invited Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, and at Católica Porto Business School (undergraduate courses of Economics and Management), from 2011 to 2015. She was also Guest Researcher at NIEHS – National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (EUA), where she was trained in bioethics. She was co-principal investigator of the Project Conversations on Human Action and Practical Rationality (funded by FLAD – Fundação Luso-americana para o Desenvolvimento) and Project Fellow of the Project The Bounds of Judgment – Frege, cognitive agents and human thinkers, funded by FCT. In 2005, she was awarded Eng. António de Almeida Prize and an academic-based scholarship for having graduated with the highest classification.

Publications
+
books
+
book chapters
+
2011
EPLab • book chapters
Filosofia da acção – uma introdução
Filosofia da acção – uma introdução
Susana Cadilha and Sofia Miguens
S. Miguens, & S. Cadilha (Coords.), Acção e Ética – Conversas sobre racionalidade prática (pp. 69-96). Lisboa: Colibri.
Articles in peer-reviewed journals
+
2022
EPLab • Articles in peer-reviewed journals
Philosophy for Children and the Participation in the Democratic Life
Philosophy for Children and the Participation in the Democratic Life
Dina Mendonça & Susana Cadilha
Philosophical News, (23) (forthcoming).
2022
EPLab • Articles in peer-reviewed journals
Vulnerabilities in Kantian Constructivism: Why they matter for objective normativity
Vulnerabilities in Kantian Constructivism: Why they matter for objective normativity
Susana Cadilha & Francisco Lisboa
Kant Yearbook, 14 (forthcoming).
Articles in conference proceedings
+
2017
EPLab • Articles in conference proceedings
Why should moral objectivity be threatened by evolutionary explanations of morality?
Why should moral objectivity be threatened by evolutionary explanations of morality?
Susana Cadilha
International Scientific Conference Humboldt-Kolleg – The Limits of Knowledge, Cracow, 22-25 June 2017 (Young Researchers Competition section).