Yehonatan Sofrin-Wygoda

Yehonatan Sofrin-Wygoda is a lecturer in the Core Curriculum Department and the Department of Philosophy and Jewish Thought at Shalem College. He holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he also studied in its program for outstanding students in history, and a master’s degree (with honors) in philosophy from Tel Aviv University, where he is currently a doctoral student at the School of Philosophy. His research deals with the foundations of objectivity and its relationship to the concept of nature.

Sofrin-Wygoda is also a musician who performs under the name Ghost Flower.

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