Dr Ruth Thomas-Pellicer is an independent philosopher based in Catalonia, Spain, who works across disciplines and intends to bring about a post-ecocidal turn in the trajectory of Western metaphysics. The defence of “nature” in scholarly, scientific and political circles alike has been largely subsumed in the sustainability vision. Thomas-Pellicer demonstrates that the horizon offered by this rubric, for all its polyvalent uses, is not sufficiently broad to intellectually (and politically) address the global ecodebacle. The “ecocidal” – and a fortiori “post-ecocidal” – perspective Thomas-Pellicer applies in her work seems to provide a more promising angle. Thomas-Pellicer is also the main editor of the collection of essays Contributions to Law, Philosophy and Ecology: Exploring Re-Embodiments.