Emanuele Coccia

Emanuele Coccia is an Italian philosopher. Since 2011 he is a professor at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. Starting with studies on Averroes and Averroism, his research has turned to the ontological status of images and their normative power, and to the investigation of the nature of living things. He has collaborated on editorial projects with the philosopher Giorgio Agamben and has held lectures and courses at the universities of Freiburg, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Düsseldorf, Amsterdam, Columbia University and Princeton. He has published La vita sensibile (2011), Il bene nelle cose. La pubblicità come discorso morale (2014), La vita delle piante. Una metafisica della mescolanza (2017), Métamorphoses (2020), Filosofia della casa (2021). His most recent essay is Hiérarchie - La societé des anges (2023). His books have been translated into several languages. He is a columnist for Libération and collaborates with Le Monde and la Repubblica.

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The Society of Angels 8 November 2023
Come pensano le foreste 24 June 2021
Filosofia della casa 1 June 2021
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Argentina: Adriana Hidalgo; Marea; Miño y Dávila
Brazil: Cultura e Barbarie; Dantes
Finland: Tutkijaliitto
France: Payot & Rivages; Klincksieck
Germany: Hanser Verlag; Merve
Japan: Keiso Shobo
The Netherlands: Leesmagazijn
Portugal: Documenta
Romania: Tact
Spain: Shangrilá Ediciones; Siruela
Turkey: Iş Bankası Kültür Yayınları
UK: Polity
US: Fordham University Press

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