Hanoch Ben-Yami

Rank: 
Professor

Contact information

Building: 
Vienna, Quellenstrasse 51
Room: 
D409
Office Hours: 
Wednesday, 14:00 – 15:30; Thursday, 14:00 – 15:30 and by appointment. Currently, Ben-Yami does not visit the campus: please contact him by email for an appointment.

Hanoch Ben-Yami's recent work is on logic and language; on various issues in the philosophy of mind; on questions of space and time, especially in relation to Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics; on Descartes; and on Wittgenstein.

With his department’s move to Vienna in 2020, Ben-Yami decided to follow the example of The Vienna Circle and founded a geometrically inspired philosophy school, The Vienna Triangle. Echoing its Bermudian predecessor, this is an area in which philosophical theories encounter unpredictable conceptual turbulence, are sunk and disappear for ever. – As a homage to his new great catholic city, Ben-Yami is the founder, the member and the guiding spirit of The Triangle.

Qualification

PhD, Tel-Aviv University, 1995

File Attachments