Yonathan Listik

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Department of Government
Postgraduate Research Student
Department of Philosophy
 Yonathan Listik



I was born in Brazil but lived for the last 9 years in Israel where I did my BA and MA. I possess a double graduation in philosophy and sociology & anthropology, along with a teaching license in philosophy, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I proceeded to do my MA at the Tel Aviv University with a period at Sciences Po (Paris). My research interest is the possible connections between contemporary ontology in the continental tradition, political theory and aesthetics. More specifically, I am interested in how these themes appear in Nancy, Ronell, Agamben and Rancie`re. I believe there is an urgency for reflecting on the questions of subjectivity, the private and the public aligned with the place the body occupies in those spheres: the way the ontological notion of being develops into the political-ontological being-with creating the space for new configurations of presence. These new configurations no longer oppose the private to the collective but, operating from the being-with, asks about the singular and the plural properties of being, i.e., instead of coming out of the individualistic perspective grounded on the notion of private, it aims at a singular-plural subjectivity implicit in being-with. Considering with as an inherent condition of presence, means a reshaping the common- of the notion community as a political notion. Continental Philosophy; Heidegger; Political Theory; Critical Theory; Deconstruction

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