PhD in Philosophy with an interdisciplinary doctoral thesis on philosophy, psychology and psychoanalysis; postdoctoral studies in Brazil, in the area of Human Rights and DEA/Master in the program of Crisis of the Contemporary Subject. He is a professor of Psychology, Ethics, History of Scientific Thought and Psychology of Communication in several universities, in addition to being a lecturer in the Master’s program in Neuroeducation and Theory of Education. He has taught at UFMG, Brazil, in the School of Law in the departments of Philosophy of Law and Neuro-Law. He is the author of several articles in books and magazines. His line of research is biopolitics (conformation of subjectivities) in an interdisciplinary study on Political Philosophy, Communication, Education, Human Rights, Psychology and Neuroscience.