Pablo Oyarzún Robles is Professor of Philosophy and Aesthetics at the University of Chile. He is also Director of the Central Seminar of Research at the Institute of Arts of the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaiso, and Director of the Interdisciplinary Center of Studies in Philosophy, Arts, and Humanities at the University of Chile. He is the author of more than 400 publications, including books, book chapters, essays, articles, and critiques, on the topics of metaphysics and ontology, moral and political philosophy, epistemology, philosophy of language, aesthetics, and theory of arts and literature, culture, education, and politics. He has edited and translated works by Epicurus, Pseudo-Longinus, Swift, Kant, Baudelaire, Kleist, Benjamin, and Celan. At the University of Chile he has served as Vice-Dean (1991–1994) and Dean (2003–2010) of the Faculty of Arts and is currently Executive Director of the Bicentennial Initiative for the Revitalization of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences and Communication.
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