I earned my PhD in the Philosophy Department at Columbia University in 2019, where I’m now serving as a Postdoctoral Core Faculty Fellow in Contemporary Civilization (2019-2022). My research and teaching focus on German Philosophy, Social Philosophy and Political Economy.
At the moment, I have two main research projects. The first reconstructs a new model of social critique from Hegel’s Philosophy of Right, the second explores the often neglected debate about the market economy in German philosophy 1800-1848 – and draws from it lessons for the present.
My work has appeared or is scheduled to appear in the European Journal of Philosophy, the Philosophisches Jahrbuch, in three anthologies on Schelling and on Kant, in the Handbuch Kantianismus and in the Cambridge Kant Lexicon. In my teaching at Columbia and Munich, I have served as the main Instructor for courses in the History of Philosophy and in Ethics, for undergraduate seminars in German Philosophy as well as for a specialized graduate research seminar. My research projects have been supported by a Fulbright Scholarship, as well as by Fellowships from Columbia University, the German National Academic Foundation and the Max Weber Program. At Columbia, I’ve also been honored with the Core Preceptor Award for Outstanding Teaching as well as the Jonathan Lieberson Memorial Prize in Ethics (CV here).
Please also see here for the conference/anthology on ‘Hegel’s Legacy: First Nature in Social Philosophy’, I’m currently co-organizing with my colleague Gal Katz.