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David Sumiacher

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México/Universidad Vasco de Quiroga, Centro Educativo para la Creación Autónoma en Prác
Mexico City, Mexico
David Sumiacher has a degree in Philosophy from the National University of Rosario, Argentina (UNR), Master and PhD in Pedagogy at the National and Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He has been formed to work with organizations in Institutional Systems Technician also in Rosario, Argentina. He is President of the Mexican Association of Philosophical Counseling; Vocal, Counselor and Teacher Educator by the Mexican Federation of Philosophy for Children. He has worked teaching in the National and Autonomous University of Mexico, is Coordinator and Professor of the Master in Applied Philosophy in the Vasco de Quiroga University and Professor and Supervisor in the Salesian Institute of Higher Studies too. Also, is Director, Founder and Professor of CECAPFI (Educational Center for the Autonomous Creation in Philosophical Practice) one of the representative institutions in the world involved in philosophical practices with seats in Mexico and Argentina. He was the organizer of the World Congress of Philosophical Practice in Mexico and involved in different international research projects. At the same time, its one of the leaders of the childhood and philosophy group of Soka Gakkai of Mexico. He has taught lectures, workshops, courses and conferences in different parts of America, Europe, Africa and Asia on issues related to education, philosophy, philosophical practices, philosophical counseling and philosophy for children and young and has published extensively on these topics in books, magazines and binnacles of Argentina, United Kindom, Brazil, Chile, South Korea, Mexico, the Netherlands, Spain, United States and Venezuela among others.
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