culture & justice"
He holds a degree in philosophy from the University of Barcelona. He develops his teaching career at the Colegio de San Ignacio-Sarrià, where he teaches the history of philosophy. His intellectual work focuses on the need to recover the epistemological dignity of the Christian tradition without falling into the old fideism and in constant dialogue with, on the one hand, the modern critique of the transcendent, particularly that found in the writings of Nietzsche, and, on the other hand, with the transconfessional trends in force today. He writes daily for the blog La modificación. He is a member of Cristianisme i Justíca, where, for several years, he has been teaching courses on the significance and validity of the Christian faith. He is the author of Dios sin Dios (with Xavier Melloni), Fragmenta, 2015, co-published by Cristianisme i Justícia, Incapaces de Dios, Fragmenta 2019 and La paradójica Realidad de Dios, Fragmenta 2020, co-published by Cristianisme i Justícia.