Hanoch Ben-Yami


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Vienna, Quellenstrasse 51 | D409

Hanoch Ben-Yami's recent work is on logic and language; on various issues in the philosophy of mind; on questions of space and time, especially in relation to Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics; on Descartes; and on Wittgenstein.

With his department’s move to Vienna in 2020, Ben-Yami decided to follow the example of The Vienna Circle and founded a geometrically inspired philosophy school, The Vienna Triangle. Echoing its Bermudian predecessor, this is an area in which philosophical theories encounter unpredictable conceptual turbulence, are sunk and disappear for ever.


PhD, Tel-Aviv University, 1995

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