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Anthony Arthur Long is Professor Emeritus of Classics, Irving G. Stone Professor Emeritus of Literature, and Affiliated Professor of Philosophy and Rhetoric at University of California at Berkeley. His recent work has focused on ancient notions of the self. His latest book is Greek Models of Mind and Self(Harvard UP, 2015) and his forthcoming book, with M. Graver, is the translation of Seneca, Letters on Ethics (Chicago UP, 2016). He is also currently working on a new translation with commentary of Plotinus, Ennead II.4, On matter.
Federico Campagna is a Sicilian philosopher based in London. His current work revolves around the ontological and ethical challenges posed by contemporary nihilism, and the possibility of a fundamental philosophical architecture of emancipation. His latest book is The Last Night: antiwork, atheism, adventure (Zero, 2013). He is co-editing with Prof. Saul Newman a series of forgotten classics of non-Anglophone heterodox political theory, Xenopolitics (Zed, 2017). He has discussed his work at institutions such as dOCUMENTA 13(Kassel), MACBA (Barcelona), Fabbrica del Vapore (Milan), SAAS FEE Summer Institute of Art (Berlin), ICA (London) and Goldsmiths (London). He works as rights manager at Verso Books.