Blanca is a PhD fellow at the Centre for Philosophy of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. She is carrying out a research project on naturalistic epistemology in relation to the scientific-philosophical ideas of the nineteenth century. She graduated in Philosophy at the University of Seville in 2019, with a thesis on Auguste ´s Comte Philosophy of mathematics and its application to Astronomy. In 2020 she took a Master ´s degree in Philosophy, Science and Values at the University of Basque Country and did her thesis on Naturalism in Auguste Comte ´s Positive Philosophy. In his curriculum Ciência Vitae the most frequent terms in the context of scientific, technological and artistic-cultural output are: epistemology; naturalism; philosophy of mathematics; positivism; method; history.

Personal identification

Full name
Blanca Luque

Citation names

  • Luque, Blanca

Author identifiers

Ciência ID

Email addresses

  • blancaluqlin@hotmail.com (Professional)

Knowledge fields

  • Humanities - Philosophy, Ethics and Religion - History and Philisophy of Science and Technology


Language Speaking Reading Writing Listening Peer-review
Spanish; Castilian (Mother tongue)
English Upper intermediate (B2) Upper intermediate (B2) Upper intermediate (B2) Upper intermediate (B2)
Degree Classification
2022/02/01 - 2026/02/01
PhD in History and Philosophy of Sciences (Doutoramento)
Universidade de Lisboa Centro de Filosofia das Ciências, Portugal
"Naturalism reconsidered: A proposal rooted on 19th scientific philosophy." (THESIS/DISSERTATION)
2019/09/16 - 2020/11/05
Master in Philosophy, Science and Values (Master)
Universidad del País Vasco - Campus Gipuzkoa, Spain
"“El Naturalismo en la Filosofía Positiva de Auguste Comte” (Naturalism in Auguste Comte’s positive philosophy) defended at the University of the Basque Country, Final grade: 9.5 / 10" (THESIS/DISSERTATION)
2013/09/16 - 2019/06/13
BA in Philosophy (Bachelor)
Universidad de Sevilla Facultad de Filosofía, Spain
"“La Filosofía de las Matemáticas de Auguste Comte. La aplicación de las Matemáticas a la Astronomía” (Auguste Comte’s philosophy of Mathematics. The application of Mathematics to Astronomy) defended at the University of Seville, Final grade: 10/10" (THESIS/DISSERTATION)