is a French philosopher and former programme director at the Collège International de Philosophie. He is currently a visiting professor at the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
His recent work includes books on Jean-Luc Nancy (Le communisme existentiel de Jean-Luc Nancy, 2013), terrorism (Terrorisme: Un concept piégé, 2011), capitalism and ecopolitics (Clinamen: Flux, absolu et loi spirale, 2011), Antonin Artaud (Instructions pour une prise d’âmes: Artaud et l’envoûtement occidental, 2009), ecopolitics, immuno-politics and catastrophism (Biopolitique des castastrophes, 2008) and Heidegger (L’indemne: Heidegger et la destruction du monde, 2008). He is also the author of several essays on ecopolitics and the anthropocene and is a member of the editorial board at Multitudes. Neyrat blogs at Atopies.