José González

Division of General Studies and International Studies
Department of General Studies

José González

Full time professor

Professor José Rafael González Díaz studied Philosophy and Theology at Universidad Pontificia de México, where he learnt Latin and Greek, and taught Metaphysics, Theory of Knowledge and Patrology. He got his BA in Philosophy with a thesis dissertation about Emmanuel Mounier´s Personalism. Later he got an MA in Education from Centro Universitario México, and an MA in Human Rights from Universidad Iberoamericana, where he specialized in political participation and philosophy. He has worked as a consultant for the Inter-American Institute for Human Rights, the Association of Universities Entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin America, the Human Rights Comission in Mexico City, and Universidad Iberoamericana. Moreover, he is also part of the committee in charge of organizing Problems in Contemporary Civilization I and II courses. He is a PhD candidate in Philosophy with a dissertation about the relation between work and property in Hegel´s Philosophy of Law.

Academic Studies

BA in Philosophy, Universidad del Valle de Atemajac
MA in Human Rights, UIA
MA in Education, UMA


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Topics of Interest

  • Philosophy of Education
  • Human rights
  • Political Philosophy
  • History of General Studies

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