Thinking about Animals
I really think we need to pay more attention to the elephant in the room when it comes to human-animal-relations: We are animals, too, special and powerful animals, yet dependent on the rest of the animal kingdom no less.
Thinking with Animals
I am grateful for being able to live with and provide for three rescue dogs, one of whom has ample experience with academic philosophy in his own right: Doktor Humphrey Stumpfkorn. His areas of expertise, we believe, are stoicism, anti-authoritarianism and feline studies.
Thinking for Animals
Norman Ben Goof joined the team shortly before the first lockdown in the UK and is a newcomer to intellectual affairs. We expect, however, important advances in game theory, confronting implicit bias and trauma from him.
And then came Spud von Ratzky - a surprise in many ways, he has taught us a lot already, not least about humans.