Benjamin Pollock/ The Hebrew University of Jerusalem



Benjamin Pollock is the Sol Rosenbloom Chair in Jewish Philosophy, and Associate Professor in the Department of Jewish Thought, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Pollock works primarily in the field of modern Jewish philosophy. He is the author of Franz Rosenzweig and the Systematic Task of Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, 2009), winner of the Salo Baron Prize (2010) and the Jordan Schnitzer Award (2012), and of Franz Rosenzweig’s Conversions: World Denial and World Redemption (Indiana University Press, 2014).