I am a PhD student in Philosophy at Temple University, specializing in ethics, moral psychology, and Kant's practical philosophy. Prior to joining Temple, I completed my M.A. and B.A. in the Department of Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. My research focuses on the nature of autonomy and agency, exploring ways to align our actions confidently with our will. In my doctoral dissertation, I emphasize the crucial role of trust in validating consent, investigating its justification in both contractual and non-contractual contexts. I engage with similar questions within Kant’s philosophy and explore the intersection between his aesthetics and our moral lives.

Faculty Advisor: Lee-Ann Chae

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