Project Director: Aaron Segal
Aaron Segal is a Lecturer in the Philosophy Department at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a co-founder (with Samuel Lebens and Dani Rabinowitz) of the Association for the Philosophy of Judaism. Alongside his work on metaphysics, which he has published in such journals as Nous, Oxford Studies in Metaphysics, Philosophical Studies, and Philosophical Perspectives, Aaron has published numerous articles on religious themes--such as the afterlife, faith, and divine attributes--in a Jewish philosophical context. He has also co-edited (with Daniel Frank) the volume, Jewish Philosophy Past and Present (Routledge), a volume which brings classical Jewish philosophy into conversation with contemporary philosophy; he is co-editing (with Samuel Lebens and Dani Rabinowitz) the volume, Jewish Philosophy in an Analytic Age (Oxford), a volume of original essays on analytic Jewish philosophy; and he is co-editing (with Daniel Frank) the volume, Maimonides' Guide for the Perplexed: A Critical Guide (Cambridge).
Project Co-Director: Samuel Lebens
Samuel Lebens is Senior Research Fellow in the Philosophy Department at the University of Haifa, and a co-founder (along with Aaron Segal and Dani Rabinowitz) of the Association for the Philosophy of Judaism.
Alongside his book, Bertrand Russell and the Nature of Propositions (Routledge), and other publications focusing on metaphysics and early analytic philosophy, Sam has published numerous articles on Jewish themes (from the nature of faith, to the distinctive metaphysics of Hassidic Judaism), in journals such as Philosophers’ Imprint, Religious Studies, and the International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, and in various collections of essays. He is co-editing (with Aaron Segal and Dani Rabinowitz) the volume, Jewish Philosophy in an Analytic Age (Oxford), and is author of the forthcoming volume, The Principles of Judaism (Oxford).