Lorenzo Chiesa is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Newcastle University, where he also serves as co-convenor of the Faculty Research Group in Critical Theory. He was previously Professor of Modern European Thought at the University of Kent, where he founded and directed the Centre for Critical Thought. He also teaches at the European Graduate School (EGS). His most recent books include The Not-Two. Logic and God in Lacan (MIT Press, 2016) and The Virtual Point of Freedom. Essay on Politics, Aesthetics, and Religion (Northwestern University Press, 2016). His new book, God is Undead. Agnosticism and Atheism in Psychoanalysis, co-authored with Adrian Johnston, is forthcoming. Chiesa is the editor of the book series “Insubordinations” at the MIT Press.