María José Guerra, Ph. D., is Associate Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. She has published Mujer, identidad y reconocimiento. Habermas y la crítica feminista (Woman, Identity and Recognition. Habermas and the Feminist Critique) Instituto Canario de la Mujer, 1998, Teoría feminista contemporánea. Una aproximación desde la ética (Contemporary Feminist Theory. An Ethical Approach), Madrid. Editorial Complutense, 2001, y Breve introducción a la ética ecológica ( A Brief Introduction to Ecological Ethics), Madrid, Antonio Machado Libros, 2001, several works in different international and national philosophical journals as Isegoría, Bioethics, Daimon, Theoria, etc. and different chapters in collective works. She has co-edited Mujeres, espacio y tiempo (Women, space and time) Instituto Canario de la Mujer, 1999, and Globalización y neoliberalismo: ¿un futuro inevitable? (Globalization and neoliberalism: an inevitable future?) Oviedo, Nobel, 2002. She has been as Visiting Scholar in the New School for Social Research, NYU (1997), and in the Center for European Studies of Harvard University (1998). Her research´s projects has been involved with contemporary moral philosophy, feminist theory and applied ethics, especially environmental ethics and bioethics.