María G. Navarro is a postdoctoral Juan de la Cierva fellow at the Institute of Philosophy of the Spanish National Research Council where she carries out a research project entitled ‘Ordinary Reasoning and Folk Epistemology: Towards the Logic of Interpretation’. At the moment she is Visiting Scholar at the School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion of the University of Birmingham.
After finishing her doctoral thesis on philosophical hermeneutics and argumentation theories and publishing her book Interpretar y argumentar reviewed in six scientific journals, Maria G. Navarro spent two years as postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Speech Communication, Argumentation Theory and Rhetoric at the University of Amsterdam. As a result of her interest in the epistemic foundations of interpretative processes, she has been appointed as affiliated researcher at the European Centre for Soft Computing. She has received funding for research in the universities of Heidelberg, Freiburg i/B, the Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Management in Valencia, and the Department of Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence at the Complutense University. Her research interests include philosophical hermeneutics, abduction, folk epistemology, and theories of epistemic justification.