Mente, Vida y Sociedad is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of consciousness, ecology and social ethics.
Agustina holds a degree in Business Administration and a post-graduate degree in Marketing from the Universidad Católica Argentina. She worked thirteen years for multinational companies in management positions in Latin America and Europe. In 2011, she founded Mente, Vida y Sociedad in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a center for the study of consciousness, ecology, and social and political ethics.
Juan Manuel Cincunegui de la Vega
I hold a BA and PhD in Philosophy from Ramon Llull University (2010), a PhD in Citizenship and Human Rights from the University of Barcelona (2018), and a PhD in Sociology from the University of Barcelona (2023).
I did Buddhist studies in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka (1992-1999), where I had the opportunity to do extensive solitary meditative practices. I have been teaching Buddhist philosophy and meditation since 1998.
I am currently developing interdisciplinary research in the field of Practical Philosophy, with special emphasis on Cognitive Biology, Philosophy of Mind, Phenomenology, and Buddhist Epistemology and Psychology.