Daniel Loewe is PhD in Philosophy (University of Tübingen, Germany). He is Professor of Political Philosophy at the School of Government, University Adolfo Ibáñez, Santiago de Chile, and Associate Researcher of the Millennium Nucleus Models of Crises. He teaches political philosophy and theory of justice. His current research interests include multiculturalism, environmental and animal ethics, equality, enhancement, international migration, happiness economics, and public philosophy.
He is the author of Multiculturalismo e Direitos Culturais (Educs 2013), editor of La justicia en un mundo globalizado, de Ottfried Höffe (UAI 2010), and of several scientific papers on theory of justice and philosophy.