Mente, Vida y Sociedad is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of consciousness, ecology and social ethics.
Agustina holds a BA in Business Administration and an MA in Marketing from the Universidad Católica Argentina. She has worked thirteen years for multinational companies in executive positions in Latin America and Europe. In 2011 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, she founded Mente, Vida y Sociedad (Mind, Life and Society), a center for the study of consciousness, ecology and social ethics.
Juan Manuel Cincunegui de la Vega
Juan Manuel Cincunegui de la Vega holds a BA and a PhD in Philosophy from Ramon Llull University (Spain) and a PhD in Citizenship and Human Rights from the University of Barcelona. He studied Buddhism in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. He did extensive meditation practice in solitary retreat. Since 1998, he has taught courses in Buddhist meditation and philosophy, as well as university courses in ethics, political philosophy and contemporary philosophy at educational institutions in Asia, Latin America and Europe. He is the author of Miseria planificada. Derechos Humanos y Neoliberalismo (Planned Misery. Human Rights and Neoliberalism), Charles Taylor and Modern Identity and Dimensions of Experience. An Introduction to Contemplative Practices (forthcoming), as well as numerous academic articles.