Marcos G. Breuer was born in Santa Fe (Argentina) and studied Philosophy at the University of Córdoba; afterwards he worked as a consultant in the public sector for two years. In 2001, he obtained a fellowship to do his doctorate in Philosophy at the University of Düsseldorf, Germany. After his PhD, he moved to Rome in 2006. There he worked as a teacher and conducted post-doctoral research. Since 2009 he works as an independent philosopher based in Athens. Breuer has just finished a book reconstructing the ethical debate on the legalization of voluntary euthanasia and is currently working on a project exploring the multifarious relationship between philosophical and fictional discourse, concentrating on the work of authors such as J. L. Borges. He regularly organizes lectures and courses in philosophy and literature; his main areas of interest are the history of philosophy, ethics, and aesthetics.