Professor Ephraim Meir
Prof. Ephraim Meir is Professor emeritus of modern Jewish Philosophy at Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel. From 2009 until 2017, he was the Levinas guest Professor for Jewish Dialogue Studies and Interreligious Theology at the Academy of World Religions, University of Hamburg. From August until December 2018 he was research fellow at the Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton. From January until June 2021 he was a fellow at the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study, South Africa. He is President of the International Rosenzweig Society.
Among his recent works are Levinas’s Jewish Thought between Jerusalem and Athens (2008), Identity Dialogically Constructed (2011), Differenz und Dialog (2011), Between Heschel and Buber (2012; with A. Even-Chen), Dialogical Thought and Identity (2013), Interreligious Theology. Its Value and Mooring in modern Jewish Philosophy (2015), Becoming Interreligious (2017), Old-New Jewish Humanism (2018), and Faith in the Plural (2019). His latest monograph is entitled The Marvel of Relatedness (2021).
With Professors Massimo Giuliani, Christian Wiese and Gian Paolo Cammarota
With Prof. Paul Franks
At the Rosenzweig Congress in Jerusalem
Speech on Eveline's 85th birthday
Presidential address Rosenzweig Congress
Princeton, Center for Theological Inquiry, 2018
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With Prof. Eveline Goodman-Thau
With Prof. Hanoch Ben Pazi