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Margarita Gabrovska has a master’s degree in Integrative Bioethics (Sofia University) and a doctorate in Philosophy (2.3. Ethics), defended in 2018, with a dissertation on the topic “Ethical aspects of specialized institutional care: palliative care for children”. She is part of the Department of Ethical Studies since 2021. Her academic interests are in the field of applied ethics, ethics of biomedical research, social philosophy and existential philosophy. Dr. Gabrovska’s field of work and research covers issues of bioethics and medical ethics, ethics of care, disability studies, and narrative ethics.


Bioethics, Narrative Ethics, Social Philosophy, Human Rights

Gabrovska, M., Applying the Best Interest Principle to Children’s Treatment. Sociological Problems, 1-2/2016, s. 130-146.;
Gabrovska, M., Ethical Aspects of Palliative Care in Terminally Ill Children. Ethical and Legal Boundaries of Contemporary Medical Care. University Publishing “St. Kliment Ohridski”, 2016. s. 120-138.;
Gabrovska.M., Beyond the Illness: Social Suffering and Social Practice of Care. Sociological Problems 2019/1, s. 101-114.;
Gabrovska, M., (Un)Desired Images: Everyday Attitudes Towards People with Cognitive Impairment and Mental Illness. Critique and Humanism journal, Vol. 55, No. 3/2022.;
Gabrovska, M., On the place of psychedelic substances in the treatment of some forms of mental suffering: dimensions of resposibility. Ethical Studies 7/1, 2022. s. 55-66.

1. ETHICS AND FUTURE. The growing importance of ethics in making sense of possible futures. The Bulgarian context. 2021-2024.
2. Expanding the ethical debate in Bulgarian society. 2021-2023.