Alessandro Ramón Moscarítolo Palacio
Visiting Assistant Professor in Philosophyamoscari@hamilton.edu
Appointed as the Truax Postdoctoral Fellow, Palacio holds a Ph.D. and an M.A. in philosophy from the University of Illinois, Chicago, and he received his B.A. and M.A. in philosophy from the Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas. Palacio’s research and teaching interests include Latin American/Afro-Latinx philosophy (with an emphasis on topics related to race and migration), the indigenous philosophy of the Americas, LGBTQ philosophy, the philosophy of language, and the history of Anglo-American philosophy. He is deeply invested in decolonizing the philosophical canon and he explores ways to bring canonical figures into dialogue with marginalized intellectual traditions. Palacio is also exploring new ways to bring philosophy to bear on social justice concerns.
Recent Courses Taught
Latin American Philosophy
Philosophy of Love and Sex
What is Art? (Introduction to Aesthetics)
Introduction to Symbolic Logic
History of analytic philosophy, Latin American philosophy, indigenous philosophy of the Americas, philosophy of language
- Teaching Award, Department of Philosophy, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2020
- President's Research in Diversity Award, University of Illinois System, 2019
- A.W. Mellon Fellowship in Technology-Enhanced Learning, 2019
- Provost's Research Award, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2018
- Chicago Consular Corps Award, 2018
- “Logical Theory and Human Practices. Some Remarks on the Metaphysical Presuppositions and Use of Formal Logic,” Episteme NS 34 (1), July 2014: 67-83.
- “Meaning and Logic,” Proceedings of the VI Conference of the Spanish Society of Logic and Philosophy of Science, eds. J. Alcolea, V. Iranzo et al, Universitat de València, 2009: 97-101.
Appointed to the Faculty: 2021
Ph.D., University of Illinois, Chicago
M.A., University of Illinois, Chicago
M.A., Universidad Central de Venezuela
B.A., Universidad Central de Venezuela