∞ “Unthinking the Underworld: Nature, Death, and the Elemental” (pdf) – Susanna Lindberg, 2019
Susanna Lindberg is a philosopher. After earning a PhD at the University of Strasbourg, she has worked as lecturer and professor at the Universities of Helsinki and Tampere, and as associate researcher at the Université Paris Nanterre. Currently she is a fellow at the Collegium of Advanced Studies of the University of Helsinki. Her publications include Le monde défait. L’être au monde aujourd’hui (Hermann, 2016), Heidegger contre Hegel: Les irréconciliables, and Entre Heidegger et Hegel: L’éclosion et vie de l’être (L’Harmattan, 2010). She has also edited, with Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback, The End of the World (Rowman and Littlefield, 2017); with Sergei Prozorov and Mika Ojakangas, Europe beyond Universalism and Particularism (Palgrave, 2014) and, with Gisèle Berkman, Limite—illimité, questions au présent. (Nouvelles Éditions Cécile Defaut, 2012). She has also published many articles on German idealism, phenomenology, and contemporary French philosophy, as well as translations of French philosophy into Finnish, including Derrida, Nancy, and Blanchot.
Many thanks to Iseult Gillespie who copy edited Susanna Lindberg’s text.