Ynon Wygoda

Silence   |   ineffability   |   forgetfulness   |   forgiveness   |   Jankelevitch   |   Rosenzweig
Ynon Wygoda
Fields of Practice: 
Greek and continental philosophy, contemporary Jewish thought

Ynon Wygoda gained his B.A. in Classics and Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he continued to an M.A. in Greek Philosophy, in the course of which he attended the Albert Ludwig Universität in Freiburg Germany and served as the scholar in residence at Paidea – The European Institute for Jewish Studies in Stockholm, Sweden. He is currently writing his doctoral dissertation entitled: "On Silence and the Limits of Language in the works of Vladimir Jankélévitch and Franz Rosenzweig," under the supervision of Prof. Moshe Halbertal.