Centre for Environmental and Animal Ethics


Programs and Courses

Graduate Program in Bioethics, Applied Ethics and Public Health (PPGBIOS)


Lines of Research

  • Animal Ethics
  • Environmental Ethics
  • Animal Critical Studies
  • Ecofeminism


Foreign languages used

  • English
  • French
  • Spanish


Activities developed

The Centre for Environmental and Animal Ethics (LEA) was established with two main general purposes. First, to disseminate the debate on applied ethics through a bibliographic rescue of great authors who contributed to the raising of an ethical perspective focused on environmental and animal issues. Such rescue is a theoretical commitment and also a practical one particularly taking into account the massive ecological challenge that befalls the contemporary world.

Because of this LEA undertakes to pursue a sense of applied ethics that emphasize the expansion of the moral community to which we address our moral judgments and commitments. Secondly, to fill a gap in the national academic scenario by introducing to it some animal and environmental ethics debates carried out in the light of an ecofeminist, animalist and critical perspective of social justice. To this end, the aim is to dialogue with different ecofeminists standpoints, based on the stance that fragmenting and dissociating different expressions of inequality and violence is a way to support the maintenance of a dominant and oppressive system in different levels.


Study background required

Philosophy, Bioethics, Anthropology, Sociology, History, Law, Biology, Psychology, Cinema and related fields.


Posted on


Skip to content