Harry A. Wolfson Professor of Philosophy
Philosophy of language. Philosophy of mathematics. Philosophy of time. Greek philosophy. The idea of God.
Research and publications range from the metaphysics of birth and death to epistemology, philosophy of mathematics and philosophy of language (with special reference to Gottlob Frege), the philosophy of space and time (with special reference to Gödel and Einstein), and Plato and Aristotle. Recently, Simone Weil has become a major focus of research.
University of California, Los Angeles, Ph.D.
Cornell University, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Appointed to the Harry A. Wolfson Chair of Philosophy, Brandeis University (2005)
|PHIL||37a||Philosophy of Language|
|PHIL||38b||Philosophy of Mathematics|
|PHIL||131b||The Metaphysics of Death|
|PHIL||145b||Topics in the Philosophy of Language|
|PHIL||146a||Idea of God|