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קורות חיים

 Education:

1963     Hebrew Teacher's Certificate, magna cum laude, Teachers' Institute for Women of                         Yeshiva University

1964     B.A., Philosophy, cum laude, Barnard College

1971     Ph.D., Philosophy, Columbia University

 

 

 

 Teaching Appointments:

 1966-67             New York City Community College

 1968-69             Bernard Baruch College of the City University of New York

 1971-present     Bar Ilan University, senior lecturer: department of philosophy, gender studies                                 program (retiree-adjunct lecturer, from 2012) 

  1.                  Israel Science Foundation Research Grant  - "Insights of Analytic                               Philosophy into Biblical Narratives"

 

In Preparation:Human Agency and Divine Will: The Book of Genesis (completion expected in April 2019)

 

Selected Talks:

"Isaac and Jacob: A Tale of  Deception and Self-Deception" – Conference on Bible Commentary –contemporary and medieval , Haifa University 2003.

The Story of Isaac and Jacob: Insights from Contemporary Analytic Philosophy" -

World Congress of Jewish Studies 2005.

"Matriarchal Knowledge in the Patriarchal Saga" – Society of Biblical Literature 2006; American Association of Jewish Studies 2006.

"Isaac and Jacob - Epistemological reflections on the Stealing of the Blessing" - The Israel Philosophical Association  2008.

"Abraham — A God-fearing Man or a Knight of Faith" American Association of Jewish Studies 2009; Society of Biblical Literature 2009.

"Defending  Pharaoh against the Charges of Eleonore Stump" The Israel Philosophical Association, 2011.

"Analytic Philosophy and Biblical Exegesis" – Oxford Seminar in Advanced Jewish Studies, 2013.

פרסומים

Publications:

1.         "Solomon Maimon's Interpretation of Kant's Copernican Revolution," Kant-Studien 66 (1975) 342-356.

2.         "Review of Hinton, Experience: An Inquiry into Some Ambiguities," Philosophia 6 (1976) 379-385.

3.         "Salomon Maimon's Critique of Kant's Theory of Consciousness," Zeitschrift f?r Philosophische Forschung 35 (1981) 185-195.

4.         "Knowing How," The Southern Journal of Philosophy 32 (1984)  61-69.

5.         "Intentional Action - Sometimes A Matter of Luck," Philosophical Investigations 12 (1989) 234-242.

6.         "Justification Without Good Reasons,"  Philosophical Papers 21 (1992) 121-131.

7.         "Oakeshott and the Practice of Politics," Journal of Philosophical Research 17 (1992) 265-277.

8.         "Review of Berofsky, Freedom from Necessity: The Metaphysical Basis of Responsibility," The Journal of Philosophy 90 (1993) 98-104, with David Widerker.

9.         "Justified Belief - A Conflict of Interests," Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly 43 (1994) 85-97.

10.        "Zimmerman on Moral Responsibility, Obligation and Alternate Possibilities," Analysis 54 (1994) 285-287, with David Widerker.

11.        "When Is Knowledge A Matter of Luck?"  Grazer Philosophische Studien 51 (1996) 105-120.

12.        "Fischer on Libertarianism and Avoidability,"  Faith and Philosophy 13  (July 1996)  415-421, with David Widerker. 

13.        "Epistemic Obligation and Rationality Constraints," The Southern Journal of Philosophy 34 (1996) 455-470.

14.        "Divine Causality and Moral Responsibility in the Story of Joseph and His Brothers," Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly 47 (1998) 21-40.

15.        "Counter-evidence and the Duty to Critically Reflect," Analysis 60 (2000) 89-97.

16.        "Epistemic Virtue and Epistemic Responsibilty,"  Dialectica  55 (2001) 105-118.

17.        “The Selling of Joseph - A Frankfurtian Interpretation,” in David Widerker and Michael

            McKenna (eds.), Moral Responsibility and Alternative Possibilities (Hants, England:                      Ashgate,  2003).

18.        “Religious Luck and Religious Virtue,” Religious Studies 40 (2004) 97-111.

19.        "Jacob and Isaac – A Tale of Deception and Self-Deception," in Robert Eisen and                         Charles H.       Manekin (eds.), Philosophers and the Hebrew  Bible (Maryland U. Press:               Maryland, 2008).

 

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