Contributions: Jocelyn Benoist
Jocelyn Benoist is Professor of Philosophy at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
Contributions: Andrew Brandel
Andrew Brandel is Lecturer on Social Studies at Harvard University.
Contributions: Michael Cordey
Michael Cordey is Assistant Diplômé in the Institut des Sciences Sociales at the Université de Lausanne.
Contributions: Veena Das
Veena Das is Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Anthropology at the Johns Hopkins University.
Contributions: Rasmus Dyring
Rasmus Dyring is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Aarhus University. Among Dyring’s works are “From Moral Facts to Human Finitude: On the Problem of Freedom in the Anthropology of Ethics” (HAU, 2018); “The Futures of ‘Us’: A Critical Phenomenology of the Aporias of Ethical Community in the Anthropocene” (Philosophy and Social Criticism, 2021); and “Ellen and the Little One: A Critical Phenomenology of Potentiality in Life with Dementia” (coauthored with Lone Grøn, Anthropological Theory, 2022).
Contributions: Michael D. Jackson
Michael D. Jackson is Distinguished Visiting Professor of World Religions at Harvard Divinity School.
Contributions: Michael Lambek
Michael Lambek holds a Canada Research Chair in Anthropology of Ethical Life at the University of Toronto and is the author of Ordinary Ethics: Anthropology, Language, and Action (Fordham University Press, 2010) and The Ethical Condition: Essays on Action, Person, and Value (University of Chicago Press, 2015).
Contributions: Sandra Laugier
Sandra Laugier is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Contemporary Philosophy at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
Contributions: Marco Motta
Marco Motta is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Bern.
Contributions: Michael Puett
Michael J. Puett is Walter C. Klein Professor of Chinese History and Anthropology at Harvard University.
Contributions: Thomas Schwarz Wentzer
Thomas Schwarz Wentzer is Professor of Philosophy and History of Ideas at Aarhus University.
Contributions: Lotte Buch Segal
Lotte Buch Segal is Lecturer on Cultural Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh.