Virginia López Domínguez (Buenos Aires, 1954). Philosopher and writer, she studied Literature at the Universidad del Salvador and Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires. She received a doctorate in Philosophy from the Complutense University of Madrid, where she was a tenured professor, teaching for 30 years. She is a specialist in German idealism and romanticism. In 2008 she left teaching to dedicate herself to literature adopting the name Virginia Moratiel. Among her works of fiction, the novel El Tacuaral (Cáceres Prize 2009) stands out. Among her works in a feminist key, Looking straight ahead at Islam and Mothers. Matriarchal clans in global society. Among her latest essays, Travel Companions. Poets in search of their identity and Fichte or the I incarnated in an intersubjective world. She is a visiting professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and the University of Buenos Aires (UBA). She is a visiting researcher at the Department of Philosophy at Harvard University (USA), Oxford University (UK) and Freiburg University (Germany).