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Yuval Dolev                                                                            972-2-561-2315 (home)

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Jerusalem                                                                                

ISRAEL                                                                                  email: dolevyuval@gmail.com

 

 

 

Academic and Professional Positions

 

Associate Professor                                                                             2012-present

 

Chairman of the department of Philosophy                                        2009-2011                  

Bar-Ilan University

 

Sabbatical/Visiting Scholar                                                                 2005-2006

Department of Philosophy

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

 

Sabbatical/Visiting Scholar                                                                 2013-2014

Department of Philosophy

Harvard University

 

 

Education

 

Ph.D. in Philosophy; 1997; Harvard University.

Dissertation: “Time From the Metaphysical and Anti-Metaphysical Viewpoints”.

Thesis Advisors: Hilary Putnam, Derek Parfit, Charles Parsons.

 

(M.A.) thesis: “James’ Radical Empiricism and the Perception of Color”,

Thesis advisors: Hilary Putnam and Frederick Neuhouser.

 

B.Sc. (Summa Cum Laude) in Mathematics and Physics; 1990; Hebrew University, Jerusalem; Amirim honors program for outstanding students; Thesis (Summa Cum Laude): “Gödel’s Fixed Point Theorem and Undecidable Theories”; Thesis instructor: Haim Gaifman.

 

Funded Research

 

2009, Research Group Grant, Van Lear Institute, Jerusalem

2010-11, Israel Science Foundation, Research Grant, The Direction of Time: Science and Phenomenology.

2010, Research Group Grant, Van Lear Institute, Jerusalem

2011 – ISF, grant for international workshop entitled: Cosmological and Psychological Time.

 

Academic Fellowships and Honors

 

1998-99, Post Doctoral Fellowship, ‘Vatat’ Tel Aviv University.

1997-98, Post Doctoral Fellowship, Edelstein Center for the History and Philosophy of Science, Hebrew University,

1996  Harvard University, Graduate Society Dissertation Completion Fellowship

1996  Harvard University, Philosophy Dept., Martin Fellowship

1991-96 Harvard University, Philosophy Dept., tuition fellowship

1991-92 Harvard University, Philosophy Dept., merit based living stipend

1988-90 Hebrew University, Amirim Honors Program for Outstanding Students

1989 Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Dean’s List

1988 Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Rector’s Prize

1988 The Knesset, Certificate of Excellence (given to recipients of the rector’s prize)

1988 Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Dean’s List

1988 Weizmann Institute, Amos de-Shalit Summer Fellowship

 

פרסומים

Publications

 

Books

 

1.       Time and Realism, MIT Press (2007).

 

Edited Books

 

  1. Cosmological and Psychological Time, Y. Dolev and M. Roubach Eds. (Forthcoming, Springer).

 

Journal Articles

 

3.      “Space and Time: Some (Dis)Analogies,” Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly 49 (January 2000), 61-72.

 

4.      “Dummett’s Antirealism and Time,” The European Journal of Philosophy 8 (3) (December 2000), 253-276.

 

5.      “The Tenseless Theory of Time: Insights and Limitations,” The Review of Metaphysics 54 (December 2000): 259-288.                 

 

6.      “Why Induction Is No Cure For Baldness,” Philosophical Investigations 27: 4, (October 2004), 328 – 346.

 

7.      “Mission Impossible and Wittgenstein’s Standard Meter”, Philosophical Investigations 30:2 (April 2007), 127-137.

 

  1. “Super-tasks and Temporal Continuity”, Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly 56 (2007), 313-329.

 

9.      “Semantic Externalism and Presentism”, The International Journal of Philosophical studies, Vol. 16 (4): 533-557, (2008).

 

10.  "Time and Ontology", Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly 58 (2009), 292-300.

 

  1. "Antirealism, Presentism and Bivalence", International Journal of Philosophical Studies Vol. 18 (1): 73 – 89, (2010).

 

 

Book Chapters

 

12.  “How to Square a Non-Local Present with Relativity Theory”, in The Ontology of Spacetime, Dieks, D. ed., Elsevier B.V. 2006.

 

13.  "Perceiving Transience" in The Future of the Philosophy of Time, Bardon, A. ed., Routledge, 2012.

 

  1. "A Real Present Without Presentism" in, New Papers on the Present, pp. 307-329, Roberto Ciuni, Kristie Miller, Giuliano Torrengo (Editors), Philosophia Verlag, 2013.

 

15.  "Realism, Tense and Context-Sensitivity", in Defending Realism, B. Guido, G. Jesson, J. Cumpa, Editors, De Gruyter, 2014.

 

16.  "Motion and Passage - The Old B-Theory and Phenomenology", in Debates in the Metaphysics of Time,  Oaklander L. N, Editor, Bloomsbury, 2014.

 

  1. "Relativity, Global Tense and Phenomenology", in Cosmological and Psychological Time, Y. Dolev and M. Roubach Eds. (Forthcoming, Springer).

 

 

Book Reviews

 

  1. Book Review of Michlee Friend’s Introducing the Philosophy of Mathematics, (Stocksfield UK: Acumen), Philosophical Books (April 2008), Vol. 49 Num. 2. 

 

  1. Book Review of Maria Baghramian's Reading Putnam (Routledge), Analysis Reviews, Analysis (2014) 74 (2): 351-353. 

תחומי ענין

תחומי ענין: 

קורסים

Topics in the Philosophy of Perception

Topics in the Philosophy of Mathematics

The Visual Field – Properties and Structure

Advanced Topics in Logic

American Pragmatism

Logic

Merleau-Ponty and Problems of Perception

Perception of Colors and Motion

Philosophy of Time

Philosophy of Science

Scientific and Philosophical Progress

Temporal Directionality

The Present: Physics, Metaphysics and Stoicism

Topics in Epistemology