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Matthew H. Anderson is a Ph.D. candidate in the Comparative Literature department at SUNY, Buffalo. He is completing a dissertation on nineteenth-century decadent literature and Henry James. He teaches English at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY.

Jean-Christophe Bailly teaches on the development of the history of landscape in a school for landscape designers in Blois, where he worked as press editor for a number of years. He holds a doctorate in philosophy and began publishing in 1967. He has now published several works, some of the most recent of which are Le champ mimétique (2005), Le versant animal (2007), and L'instant et son ombre (2008).

Marcelo D. Boeri was educated at University of Buenos Aires, and University of Salvador (Argentina) where he got his Ph.D. in philosophy. He was an Independent Researcher (Conicet, Argentina) and a Lecturer in Greek Philosophy at several Argentinean Universities. He was the recipient of several fellowships and honors (Conicet, Harvard's Center for Hellenic Studies, [End Page 269] John Simon Guggenheim Foundation) and a visiting scholar at Georgetown University and Brown University. He has served as co-editor of Méthexis. International Journal for Ancient Philosophy, and since 2007 he is a member of the Editorial Committee of the International Plato Series (International Plato Society). Boeri has published books and papers on Plato, Aristotle, and the Stoics in Editorial Houses and specialized journals of USA, Europe, and Latin America. His recent publications include "Does Cosmic Nature matter? Some Remarks on the Cosmological Aspects of Stoic Ethics" (in God and Cosmos in Stoicism, Oxford 2009), "Pseudo Justin on Aristotelian Cosmology" (Byzantion. Revue Internationale des Études Byzantines, 79, 2009), "Epicurus the Platonist" (in Plato's Philebus. Selected Papers from the 8th Symposium Platonicum, Academia Verlag: Sankt Augustin 2010), and "Ser y géneros del ser en el estoicismo antiguo" (Pensamiento, 66, Nº 247, 2010). Currently he is a Professor of Philosophy at Universidad Alberto Hurtado, (Chile).

Alexander García Düttmann lives in London and teaches philosophy at Goldsmiths (University of London). Recent publications include: Philosophy Of Exaggeration (Frankfurt: Suhrkamp 2004; London and New York: Continuum 2007), That's How It Is: A Philosophical Commentary On Adorno's "Minima Moralia" (Frankfurt: Suhrkamp 2004), Visconti: Insights into Flesh and Blood (Berlin: Kadmos 2006; Stanford: Stanford University Press 2008), and Derrida and I (Bielefeld: Transcript 2008).

Felipe Fernández studied philosophy at the Universidad Católica de Chile and pursued an M.A. in communication at the European Graduate School in Switzerland. He lives and works in Santiago de Chile.

Juan Manuel Garrido is associate professor in the Instituto de Humanidades at Universidad Diego Portales in Santiago, Chile. He has published La Formation des formes (Paris: Galilée, 2008) and Chances de la pensée-À_partir de Jean-Luc Nancy, will appear next year (Paris: Galilée, 2011).

Vicki Kirby is an associate professor in the School of Social Sciences and International Studies at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. She is [End Page 270] the author of Telling Flesh: The Substance of the Corporeal (1997), Judith Butler: Live Theory (2006), and Quantum Anthropologies: Life at Large (forthcoming). She is a recent recipient of an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant for her work entitled "The Life of Language and the Language of Life: Reconsidering the Division Between the Sciences and the Humanities."

Vanessa Lemm is professor and director of the Institute of Humanities at the Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile. She is the author of Nietzsche's Animal Philosophy (New York: Fordham University Press, 2009) as well as articles on Nietzsche, and in particular on the influence of his philosophy on contemporary political thought.

Susanna Lindberg received her Ph.D. from the Université Marc Bloch de Strasbourg and is lecturer in philosophy at the University of Tampere, Finland. She has published Heidegger contre Hegel: Les irréconciliables (L'Harmattan, 2010) and Entre Heidegger et Hegel: Éclosion et vie de l'être (L'Harmattan, 2011), and she is the coeditor of L'il/limité (forthcoming). In Finnish, she has published Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, Jean-Luc Nancy ja yhteisön kaksi mieltä (Tutkijaliitto, 1997) and the edited volumes Mikä mimesis? Philippe...


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