Current research

I am currently focused on exploring human relationship with wildlife in the Anthropocene. To this end, I dive into rewilding, environmental ethics and ecological justice.

I am also committed to discuss the concept of human development and the prevailing anthropocentrism within the capabilities framework and health approaches. In more detail, I worked on an ecosocial theory of justice or, at least, in offering some arguments that I consider key to rethink ethically and politically the collapse we are living and dying through.

Some of the key words frequently discussed in my research include: rewilding, ecological justice, capabilities approach, flourishing, integrity, interdependence, anthropocentrism, biocentrism, ecocentrism, animal ethics, global health, counter-capabilities, ecosocial collapse.

I also advocate for an integrationist point of view, a non-anthropocentric morals, and humility and caring virtues.

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