Dragoș Bîgu (b. 1978) is Associate Professor, PhD in the Department of Philosophy and Social Sciences.
He graduated the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Bucharest (2001), the Master of Theoretical and Moral Philosophy at the University of Bucharest (2002) and the Master of European Economic Studies at the Academy of Economic Studies (2007). He is a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Bucharest (2009) with a paper on the thesis of conceptual incommensurability in Thomas Kuhn’s work. He was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Bucharest (2010-2013).
He teaches courses and carries out seminar activities in the Business Ethics disciplines (in the bachelor programs, in Romanian and English) and Critical Thinking (in the masters programs).
He has published an author book and about 20 articles on topics of science philosophy and business ethics. He has participated in a series of conferences in the country and abroad.
In 2012, he received a research internship at the Center for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, London School of Economics and Political Science.
Important works: Paradigm and incommensurate (Ed. All), A similarity-based approach of Kuhn’s no-overlap principle and anomalies, Discrimination and Profit (Review of International Comparative Management).
Areas of interest: ethics in business, ethics in public administration, critical thinking, general ethics, philosophy of science, logic.