Metaphysics at the Table:
Andrea Borghini* Donatella Donati** Nicola Piras*
*University of Milan
**University of L’Aquila
Contemporary philosophers have studied food and its consumption from several disciplinary perspectives, including normative ethics, bioethics, environmental ethics, political philosophy, epistemology, and aesthetics. Many questions remain, however, underexplored or unaddressed. It is in the spirit of contributing to fill in these scholarly gaps that we designed the current issue, which represents the first collection of papers dedicated to food from a perspective of analytic metaphysics.
Before presenting the five papers published in this issue, …