Dr. Uri Eran
Uri Eran is a postdoctoral fellow at the Humanities and Arts Department and a historian of philosophy who specializes in Kant’s ethics and moral psychology. He’s written on Kant’s understanding of feelings and desires and how it is related to contemporary conceptions of emotions. Currently he is working on a Kantian account of self-love as an alternative to the prevalent narcissist understanding of this term. Together with Ohad Nachtomy, Reed Winegar and Noam Hoffer, he is also working on Leibniz’s pre-established harmonies. And he is also interested in the ethics of emerging technologies and in political philosophy.