Monserrat Puchades, Javier

Javier Monserrat Puchades


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Javier Monserrat is a Jesuit priest and a professor of Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and is a member of the Department of Basic Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology. He also teaches in the ecclesiastical faculties of Universidad Pontificia Comillas, and forms part of the Advisory Council of the University’s Cátedra CTR. For three years, he studied theology in Germany (Frankfurt). His professorial and investigation activities are focused on perception, more specifically, on visual perception and theory of mind, for which he spent one year in the Institute of Cognitive Studies of the University of California in Berkeley. His academic interests include epistemology, theory of science, fundamental theology, and the relationship between science and theology.