Jeremy Fogel holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Cambridge University, as well as a master’s degree from the Tel Aviv University, where he is currently completing his doctoral studies. In his research, Jeremy is, among other, exploring the tension between universalism and particularism in modern Jewish Philosophy, focusing on Moses Mendelssohn and Hermann Cohen. Jeremy teaches at TAU’s department of Jewish Philosophy, as well as at its School of Education and gives public lectures on philosophy in a wide range of forums. He is a faculty member of the Mandel leadership Institute in Jerusalem, and for the past few years, has been working at TAU’s Ofakim Teacher training program. Jeremy is also involved in various independent artistic and literary ventures.
CRASSH Summer School Participant
July 2018 - July 2018