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Noa Naaman Zauderer

Department of Philosophy, Tel-Aviv University, Israel

noaz@tauex.tau.ac.il

השכלה

Academic Position:

2010-present   Assistent Professor, Department of Philosophy, Tel Aviv University

 

Education:

1985-1989   Tel Aviv University, L.L.B., Law Faculty

1986-1990   Tel Aviv University, Department of Philosophy (B.A. Magna Cum Laude)

1990             Admition to the Israeli Layways' Bar

1991-1995   Tel Aviv University, Department of Philosophy (M.A.  Summa Cum Laude)

1996-2002   Tel Aviv University, Department of Philosophy (Ph.D  Summa Cum Laude)

 

Area of Specialization:

Early Modern Philosophy, Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz, Moral Psychology, Rationality and Error. 

 

 

פרסים ומלגות

 

 

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Selected Publications:

A. Books and monographs:

 

Book authored: 

הוסף לסל את דקארט - בדידותו של פילוסוף / נועה נעמן צאודרר

 

 

 

 

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1. Descartes: The Loneliness of a Philosopher, Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Press, 2007 (in Hebrew).

2. Descartes' Deontological TurnReason, Will, and Virtue in the Later WritingsCambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010; 

Paperback edition 2013.

 

Volumes edited:

1. Discourse and Dialogue: Multi-Perspective Philosophy, Coeditor with Senderowicz Y., Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University Publication Projects, 2003 (in Hebrew).

2. Freedom, Action, and Motivation in Spinoza's Ethics (in preperation).

 

B. Articles

1. “The Loneliness of the Cartesian Thinker,” History of Philosophy Quarterly January 2004, 21(1): 43-62.

2. “Rethinking Leibniz's Notions of Justice, Love and Human Motives,” in Einheit in der Vielheit, VIII Internationaler Leibniz Kongreß, Hanover, 2006, 671-676.

3. “The Rule of Reason over the Passions: two Points of View”, in S. Biderman and R. Lazar (eds.), Desire, Tel Aviv, Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing House, 2007, 52-69 (in Hebrew).

4. "The Place of the Other in Leibniz's Rationalism,” in M. Dascal ed., Leibniz: What Kind of Rationalist?, Dordrecht, Springer, 2008, 315-327.

5. “Harmonizing the Poles: A Note on Leibniz's Notion of Justice,” in D. Reisenfeld and G. Scarafile (eds.), Perspectives on Theory of Controversies and the Ethics of Communication, Dordrecht: Springer, 2014, pp. 59-68.

6. “Faculty,” “Virtue,” and “Passions of the Soul,” in Lawrence Nolan ed., The Cambridge Descartes Lexicon, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016. pp. 279-281, 747-753, 569-572.

7. “Descartes on Ethical Responsibility: Toward an Ethics without God?” Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly July 2016, 65: 277–294

8.  “On Body and Mind in Spinoza’s Ethics,” Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly October 2017, 66: 373-383 (in Hebrew).

9. “Human Action and Virtue in Descartes and Spinoza,” Philosophical Explorations, An International Journal for the Philosophy of Mind and Action, 2018, 21(1): 25-40.

10. “Descartes on Will and Judgment,” in Jorge Secada and Cecilia Lim (eds.), The Cartesian Mind, forthcoming in Routledge.

11. “Spinoza on Human Freedoms and the Eternity of the Mind,” in Noa Naaman-Zauderer ed.,Freedom, Action, and Motivation in Spinoza’s                                Ethics (manuscript).

12. “Introduction,”in Noa Naaman-Zauderer ed., Freedom, Action and Motivation in Spinoza's Ethics (manuscript).

 

In Preparation:

1.     “Leibniz’s Account of Freedom and Moral Therapy in the Nouveaux Essais.

2.      “Self-Experience and Imago Deiin Descartes and Spinoza.”

 

Presentations in Scientific Meetings:

1994                  “The Challenge Posed by the Problem of Error for Leibniz’s Metaphysics,” VI International Leibniz Congress, Hanover, German.

2001                  “Leibniz and Descartes: Two Conceptions of Error and Rationality,” VII International Leibniz Congress, Berlin, Germany.

2001                  “Descartes’ Dreams,” Public Lectures of the Philosophy Department, Tel Aviv University.

2003                 “The Loneliness of the Cartesian Thinker," 6th meeting of the “New Philosophical Israeli Association,” Tel Aviv University.

2005                 “The Rule of Reason Over the Passions: Two Points of View,” An interdisciplinary Conference held by the School of                                                     Psychotherapy and the  Department of Philosophy, Tel Aviv University. 

2005                “The Place of the other in Leibniz's Rationalism" in “Leibniz: What Kind of a Rationalist?” An International Leibniz                                                     Conference, Tel Aviv University and the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute.

2006                “Rethinking Leibniz's Notions of Justice, Love and Human Motives,” VIII International Leibniz Congress, Hanover, Germany.

2008                “Descartes: The Loneliness of a Philosopher,” A symposium, Department of Philosophy, Tel Aviv University

2010                “Leibniz on Love, Justice, and Empathy,” “Philosophical Dialogue – an international Conference in Honor of Prof. Marcelo Dascal

2011                “Descartes’ Deontological Turn,” a symposium, Department of Philosophy, Tel Aviv University

2011                “Descartes on Ethical Autonomy: Toward an Ethics Without God?” the Atlantic Canada Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy,                                      Dalhousie University, Halifax

2011                “Descartes on Ethical Autonomy: Toward an Ethics Without God?” a guest-lecture to the research group “Aspects of Reason:                                      Critique and Justification,” Center for Advanced Study, LMU-Munich

2012                “Descartes: the Search for Method”, Minerva Humanities Center, Tel Aviv University

2012                “Descartes on Ethical Autonomy: Toward an Ethics without God?” the New York City Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy,                                    Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus NYC

2013                “Self–Experience and the Imago Dei Doctrine in Descartes and Spinoza,” the NY/NJ Research Group in Early Modern Philosophy,                             NYC

2013                “The Challenge of Spinozism”, Minerva Humanities Center, Tel Aviv University

2013                “Self–Experience and the Imago Dei Doctrine in Descartes and Spinoza,” Israel-Atlantic Canada Seminar in Early Modern                                                         Philosophy, “Reason, Freedom, and the Passions in Descartes and Spinoza,” An International Conference held by the Spinoza                                    Center at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and Tel Aviv University

2014                “Self-Experience and the Imago Dei Doctrine in Descartes and Spinoza,” Scottish Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy V –at                                    University of Aberdeen, Scotland

2015                “Mind and Body in Spinoza,” in Honor of Elhanan Yakira’s Spinoza and the Case for Philosophy, the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute

2015                “Spinoza on the Freedom and the Eternity of the Mind,” in Honor of Amihud Gilead, University of Haifa  

2016                “Descartes on Human Responsibility: Toward an Ethics without God?” Rene Descartes: Meditations, Objections, and Replies,                                     International Conference Celebrating the Hebrew Translation, the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute

2016                “Spinoza – Between Ethics and Politics,” Institute of Advanced Juridical Studies, Jerusalem

2016                “Spinoza on the Imago Dei and the Experience of Eternity,” in honor of Shlomo Biderman, Tel Aviv University

2016                “Descartes’ Dreams,” an interdisciplinary academic series at the University of Haifa

2016                “Experiencing the Infinite: The Imago Dei and Free Will in Descartes and Spinoza,” Infinity in Early Modern Philosophy: The                                     NYC International Workshop in Jerusalem, the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute

2016                “Spinoza on Human Freedoms and the Eternity of the Mind,” the 16th Symposium of the International Association of Women                                     Philosophers (IAPh), Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

2016                “Leibniz’s accounts of freedom and moral therapy in the New Essay,” X. International Leibniz-Congress, Hanover, Germany

2017                “Spinoza on the Eternal Mind” in Honor of Zadok Alon’s “Rationalism and Mysticism in Spinoza’s Philosophy,” the Van Leer                                     Jerusalem Institute.

2018                “Leibniz’s accounts of freedom and moral therapy in the New Essay,” Atlantic-Canada Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy,                                       Dalhousie University, Halifax.

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