I am a Lecturer in Philosophy, working mainly in philosophy of mind and action, moral psychology, and normativity. I'm also interested in population ethics, and related areas. Before coming to Tel-Aviv, I was a Career Development Fellow at the University of Southampton (UK), and a Lecturer at Oxford University, where I completed my D.Phil (PhD) in 2013.
Dr. Yair Levy
- 'Why Cognitivism?’ Forthcoming in the Canadian Journal of Philosophy.
- Does the Normative Question about Rationality Rest on a Mistake?' Forthcoming in Synthese.
- 'The Debunking Challenge to Realism: How Evolution (Ultimately) Matters' (Co-authored with Arnon Levy). Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy, www.jesp.org (2016).
- ‘Action Unified'. Philosophical Quarterly 66 (2015), pp. 65-83.
- 'Normativity and Self-Relations’. Philosophical Studies 172 (2015), pp. 359-374.
- ‘Money Pumps, Diachronic and Synchronic’. Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy, www.jesp.org (2014).
- ‘Intentional Action First’. The Australasian Journal of Philosophy 91 (2013), pp. 705-718.
- Review of Brennan, Eriksson, Goodin, and Southwood, “Explaining Norms” (Oxford University Press, 2013). Mind 124 (2015): 612-616.
- 'Constructivism and the Problem of Normative Indeterminacy'. Revise and resubmit.
- ‘Is Attending a Mental Process?’ Revise and resubmit.
- 'Evolutionary Debunking Arguments Meet Evolutionary Science' (with Arnon Levy). Unver review.
- 'Disjunctivism about Intention-in-Action'.
- ‘Collective Actionality’
- ‘The Most General Mental Act'