By Erich Linder 
Bestiary is a column designed to welcome contributions interested in exploring and rethinking our relationships with animals. The name is intended to emphasise the close link between normativity and the encounter with the animal: every description of animals and our relationships with them brings with it the possibility of reviewing and clarifying our way of life.
The area of interest of this column will be open to interdisciplinary contributions from moral philosophy, human sciences and human-animal studies.
In Mario Mieli: la rivoluzione la si fa ovunque (No. 4, 2022)
Bestiario, una rubrica
By Erich Linder (University of Vienna)
Species Troubles
By Massimo Filippi (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan)
In Animal Aesthetics (No. 5, 2022)
Looking at bats
By Carlo Salzani (Universität Innsbruck)
Erich Linder:
Erich is currently pursuing his PhD at the University of Vienna and is a guest researcher at the Messerli Research Institute. His work focuses on the consequences of applying Wittgensteinian ideas to animal ethics and moral philosophy.