Dr. Ori Rotlevy is a scholar of continental philosophy, specializing in ethics, political philosophy and critical theory. He received his PhD in Philosophy from Tel Aviv University and was a postdoctoral fellow at FU-Berlin, the Hebrew University and Tel Aviv. His research interests include critical thought (Kant, Benjamin and Foucault); the concepts of freedom, resistance and revolution; and post-secularism and the concept of tradition (Habermas, Asad and Mahmood). He published articles in venues such as Continental Philosophy Review, Critical Horizons, and New German Critique. Dr. Rotlevy teaches courses in the history of modern philosophy, the history of knowledge, philosophy of history, and political thought.