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Tzachi Zamir

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– Academic career:
– Studied at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv University
– Became a Rothschild and Fulbright postdoctoral fellow at The University of Chicago
– Joined the English department at Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2004
– Authored books like “Double Vision” and “Ethics & the Beast”
– Published works with Princeton University Press, University of Michigan Press, and Oxford University Press

– Publications:
– Authored “Double Vision: Moral Philosophy and Shakespearean Drama”
– Wrote “Ethics & the Beast: A Speciesist Argument for Animal Liberation”
– Published “Acts: Theater, Philosophy, and the Performing Self”
– Released “Ascent: Philosophy and Paradise Lost” and “Shakespeares Hamlet: Philosophical Perspectives”
– Published “Just Literature: Philosophical Criticism and Justice”

– Animal ethics stance:
– Defended vegetarianism despite most scholars favoring veganism
– Contributed to the discussion on animal ethics and dietary choices

– Personal life:
– Resides in Hod HaSharon with wife and three children

– External links:
– Website:
– Resources on vegetarianism and animal ethics
– Links to related works and authors in the field

Tzachi Zamir (Wikipedia)

Tzachi Zamir (born February 13, 1967) is an Israeli philosopher and literary critic specialising in the philosophy of literature, the philosophy of theatre, and animal ethics. He is Professor of English and General & Comparative Literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Tzachi Zamir
Born1967 (age 56–57)
Alma materTel Aviv University
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
InstitutionsHebrew University of Jerusalem
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