The rise of contemporary post-humans

A philosopher best known for his theory on antispecism explains how humanity has reached a “definitive collapse point.”

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Further Reading

Against identity

Sometimes identity is “negative,” in that it is defined by what someone (or something) is not. And that can be a powerful catalyst for the opening of harmful doors.

By Christian Raimo


Subjectivity beyond the threshold

We find ourselves in others. That seems to have been a lesson so deeply ingrained in our philosophical view of the self that we have all but abandoned alternative views. But what d...

By Silvia Vizzardelli


Gold identities

A tribute to maize magazine’s late editor Matteo Scanni.

By Alberto Nerazzini


Will religion ever become obsolete?

Don Luca Peyron, a former lawyer, was appointed by the Vatican to establish a new positioning for the Catholic Church on the web

A conversation with Don Luca Peyron