Hili Razinsky

Academic Degree:
Professional Category:
FCT Investigator

I am working as a researcher at LanCog, Centre of Philosophy, University of Lisbon (sponsored by FCT). Since completing my academic education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (BA in Mathematics and the Humanities; PhD in Philosophy, 2009), I have also had fellowships at King’s College London, Ben-Gurion University, The University of Haifa, and The Centre for Advanced Study, Sofia.

Selected Publications


Ambivalence: A Philosophical Exploration, Rowman & Littlefield International: London & New York, 2016. http://www.rowmaninternational.com/book/ambivalence/3-156-5cfd0946-bd97-4496-95d7-4151feeec202



2016: ‘Conscious Ambivalence’, Human Studies 39(3): 365–384.

2015:   ‘On Martha’s Nussbaum’s Aeschylus and Practical Conflict’, Ethics 125(4): 1164–1167.

‘A Live Language: Concreteness, Openness, Ambivalence’, Croatian Journal of Philosophy 15(1): 51–65.

‘The Openness of Attitudes and Action in Ambivalence’, South African Journal of Philosophy 34(1): 79–92.

2014:  ‘An Outline for Ambivalence of Value Judgment’, The Journal of Value Inquiry 48(3): 469–488.

‘The Behavioral Conflict of Emotion’, International Philosophical Quarterly 54(2): 159–173.

2013:   ‘Ambivalence of Value Judgment Cannot be Deliberated Away’, The Philosophical Forum 44(4): 395–412.