• Sean McGrath
    Sean McGrath lives in St. John’s, Newfoundland, with his wife and son, where he is a Full Professor of Philosophy at Memorial University and a member of the College of the Royal Society of Canada. … Continue reading “Sean McGrath”
  • Jason Wirth
    Dr. Jason M. Wirth is professor and chair of philosophy at Seattle University and works and teaches in the areas of Continental Philosophy, Buddhist Philosophy, Aesthetics (especially film, painting, poetry, and the novel), and Environmental … Continue reading “Jason Wirth”
  • Tanehisa Otabe
    Tanehisa Otabe is professor of aesthetics at the University of Tokyo. His areas of interest cover eighteenth century German aesthetics as well as intercultural aesthetics. His publications in German include: Ästhetische Subjektivität. Romantik und Moderne (Würzburg 2005) and Kulturelle … Continue reading “Tanehisa Otabe”
  • Joachim Rathmann
    Joachim Rathmann teaches and conducts research on human-environment relations at Julius-Maximilians-Universität of Würzburg, where he works at the chair of Geography and Regional Science in the Institute of Geography and Geology. He is an adjunct professor at … Continue reading “Joachim Rathmann”
  • Barry Stephenson
    Barry Stephenson’s teaching and research includes the study of ritual, religion and the arts, and religion in modernity. He received his Ph.D. in Religious Studies from the University of Calgary, in 2005. He resides in … Continue reading “Barry Stephenson”
  • Uwe Voigt
    Having studied philosophy, psychology and Catholic theology at the Otto-Friedrich-University in Bamberg, Germany and for one year at Innsbruck University, Austria, Uwe Voigt received his PhD in Bamberg with a dissertation on the concept of … Continue reading “Uwe Voigt”
  • Laura Fumagalli (she/her)
    I am a doctoral candidate in Philosophy, specialising in Aesthetics. Before starting my PhD (2021), I worked as an assistant in a contemporary art gallery in London, UK and a literary museum in Lecco, Italy. … Continue reading “Laura Fumagalli (she/her)”
  • Yi Ding
    Yi Ding received her doctorate in Aesthetics from the Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, University of Tokyo, and is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in Chinese Philosophy at Kyoto University. She has been a visiting … Continue reading “Yi Ding”
  • Stephen Lofts
    Steve Lofts is a Professor of Philosophy at King’s University College at Western University, Canada. He graduated from Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium (1996). He was a Humbolt Fellow in Heidelberg (1998–2000) and a Japan … Continue reading “Stephen Lofts”
  • Russell Duvernoy
    Russell J. Duvernoy lives with his wife and two children in London, Ontario on lands connected with the London township and Sombra treaties of 1796 and the Dish with One Spoon Wampum. As Associate Professor … Continue reading “Russell Duvernoy”
  • Isabelle Lindsay
  • Felix Treutner
    I am interested in the genealogy of the (post)modern liberal societies and the development of their specific and unique relationship with nature. I am particularly interested in the role played by the Christian religion in … Continue reading “Felix Treutner”
  • Stefanie Voigt
    Stefanie Voigt studied art history and philosophy at Otto-Friedrich University, Bamberg, Germany. At the same time, she worked as painter and Baroque harp player. Also in Bamberg, she received her PhD in psychology with a … Continue reading “Stefanie Voigt”
  • Sakura Yahata
    My research thema is Schelling’s philosophy of art by examining his philosophical theory and his concrete experience of artworks. My dissertation is The Imagination in the Philosophy of Art by Schelling published as a Book in Japanese … Continue reading “Sakura Yahata”