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Daniel Kamp

A double Economics/Philosophy BA student at Erasmus University of Rotterdam. Ecology for Daniel means having meaningful differences, different practices, perspectives, and peoples, working symbiotically to create a greater whole than the sum of their parts. Daniel likes spending time in philosophy more as a practice and an art form of concepts and their histories, de-mythifying myths and mythifying science as a framework of embedding rationality back with non-propositional sense-making. He sees this as a condition to better take care of ourselves, each other and the planet. One of his recurring interests is therefore what it means to reify reasoning so that it can be outsourced to representations of it. He is currently writing on this theme through the topic of the metaphysics of money. 

Daniel studied at Kyoto University and was inspired there by the focus of philosophy for well-being and mindfulness. He is planning to continue pursuing philosophy practically and is interested in projects of public philosophy and philosophy counseling as opposed to the abstract counterpart. He would like to contribute to a more holistic, health-and-community-oriented philosophy with applications to how one could re-orient their life regarding the shared inhabitation with others and the natural world that affords us. He likes spending time listening to jazz, on the mat, or outside when the Dutch weather permits.

Constantijn Kusters

Biosemiotic understanding of normativity, business ethics, systems theory, hermeneutics, temporality

Constantijn is a PhD candidate at Erasmus University Rotterdam and Senior Data & Risk consultant in Deloitte’s conduct & risk team. His interests lie in the intersection between a meta-ethical understanding of normativity as emergent from biological systems and business ethics. As such he tends to write about a naturalization of ethics and subjectivity from the perspective of biosemiotics, hermeneutics, and temporality.

Carolina Sánchez De Jaegher, PhD

Expertise:

Indigenous environmental thinking and land governance
Philosophies of the sub-Antarctic lands
Philosophies of the Antarctica and International law
Philosophies of sustainability
Ecocide conceptualizations
Energy transitions and the arts
Biosemiotics and culture
Botanic gardens, visual arts and decolonial thinking

Dr. Carolina Sánchez De Jaegher is a border thinker philosopher, she works at the junction of justice, environmental philosophy and ethics within the legal and political discourse and visual arts. Former assistant professor, research associate at the UCLouvain Belgium, department of Law philosophy, researcher at the Ecocide project/Pathways for sustainability Utrecht University, member of the BIOGOV (Institutional Analysis of Collective Arrangements for sustainability and Open Platform on Ecological and Social Transition), and fellowship at Earth Law Center 2024. Carolina is also part of the permanent board of the EMPI Interdisciplinary network for Indigenous Studies in Europe.

Yogi Hendlin

Environmental Justice
Systems Theory
Sustainability and System Design
(Bio)Semiotics

Fernando Palazzo

A Juris Doctor with more than ten years of experience working at the Court of Justice of Paraná (Brazil) as a chief of staff and legal advisor in cases of individual, collective, and environmental liability. I am interested in legal empirical research, especially regarding environmental issues such as global value chains (global asymmetries between the global north and the global south), European Green Deal, CSDDD, climate change, environmental law, and climate justice. 
In Brazil, Ferando worked directly on numerous cases of environmental crimes and recently completed a Masters in Advanced Research in Criminology at Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam and Ghent University with the aim of enhancing my knowledge of environmental issues on an interdisciplinary basis. In addition to publishing scientific articles in Brazil and abroad, he has co-authored a book entitled ‘Historical Trials of Environmental Law in Brazil’. He is also a professor at Pontíficia Universidade Católica do Paraná in the Law Department.

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