Dr. José Luis Egío GarcíaAffiliate Researcher - Goethe University Frankfurt
- Early Modern Political and Juridical Thinking in Europe and Ibero-America.
Researcher of the Project The School of Salamanca (Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory [formerly Max Planck Institute for European Legal History]; Goethe University Frankfurt; Academy of Sciences and Literature, Mainz).
Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory (formerly Max Planck Institute for European Legal History).
Phd student at the Institute of Historical Research, Department of Philosophy and Letters, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
Title of the thesis: “Discourses and Interests about Slavery and Encomienda in the Early Chronicles of Indies”.
Advisors: Prof. Dr. Alicia Mayer González (UNAM), Prof. Dr. María Alba Pastor Llaneza (UNAM), Prof. Dr. Enrique González González (UNAM).
Scholarship of the Secretary of Foreign Affairs (Mexico) for Foreign Doctoral Students, 2012-2015
Visiting scholar, Institute for Reformation History, University of Geneva, Switzerland.
Visiting scholar, Institute for Federalism, University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
Phd student at the Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain.
Title of the thesis: “Calvinism, Gallicanism and Anti-Machiavellism in Innocent Gentillet’s Political Thought (1532-1588)”.
Advisor: Prof. Dr. Antonio Rivera García, University Complutense of Madrid, Spain. Cum laude.
Scholarship-contract of the Researchers’ Formation Program, Seneca Foundation, Regional Agency for Science and Technology, Murcia, Spain, 2008-2011
M.A. Philosophy, “Spain and Europe. Intellectual history of a dialogue”, Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain.
Title of the thesis: “European Deliberative Democracy. A Neokantian Proposal for the Future of the EU”. 9.65/10
M.A. European Law and Institutions, Institute of Global Studies (former European Institute IEUG), University of Geneva, Switzerland.
Title of the thesis: “The European Deliberative Democracy. What solutions to the Union’s Democratic Deficit?” 5’19/6
Scholarship of the Swiss Confederation for Foreign Postgraduate Students, 2006-2008
Year of studies at the Department of Philosophy, University of Salamanca (Spain).
Year of studies at the Department of Philosophy and Letters, University of Padova (Italy).
B.A. in Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain.