Giovanbattista Tusa, philosopher.

He is currently working on the manuscript of his book Minima Planetaria, and he is the director of the Futures. Of Philosophy Series Planetary Conversations at the Philosophical Salon.

Giovanbattista Tusa is Researcher in Philosophy and Ecology at the Nova Institute of Philosophy (IFILNOVA) at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa where he coordinates the research program X-CENTRIC FUTURES.

His most recent publications include Terra Cosmica: Traces of Georealism (2024), Ciò che rimane del futuro. Il tempo della decostruzione (What remains of the future: the time of deconstruction, 2024), Quasi Niente: il tempo cosmico di Claude Debussy (Almost Nothing: Claude Debussy’s cosmic time) and The End, co-authored with Alain Badiou (2019), translated into French, Portuguese, Spanish and Italian.

He is also co-editor of Fernando Pessoa and Philosophy. Countless Lives Inhabit Us (2021), PPPP. Pier Paolo Pasolini Philosopher (2022), Dispositif: A Cartography (2023) and Contemporaranea: A Glossary for the 21st Century (2024), translated into French and Italian).

In recent years, Giovanbattista Tusa has been a visiting scholar at the National University of Singapore, the Federal University of Amazonas and the Ryukoku University of Kyoto, among others. He is currently editor-in-chief, with Michael Marder, of the series Political Theory and Contemporary Philosophy at Bloomsbury. He is also the coordinator of the political ecology, postcolonial and indigenous studies seminar ECOPRAXIS, in collaboration with the Zé Dos Bois Gallery in Lisbon.

He worked as an editor and translator for the Italian edition of L’equivalence des catastrophes and Exclu le juif en nous by Jean Luc-Nancy, Á la recherche du réel perdu, by Alain Badiou, Be my body for me. Domination and Servitude in Hegel by Catherine Malabou and Judith Butler, Edward Said’s Freud and the Non-European, as well as for the French edition of Les mots et les choses by Roberto Esposito

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