Jonathan Yudelman is a doctoral student in Philosophy at the Hebrew University and a 2013/2014 Tikvah Fellow. His current research interests include the early 20th century struggle over Kant's legacy in continental philosophy, biblical political philosophy, and the intersection of the philosophy of history and history of philosophy in post-Heideggerian thought. He wrote his MA thesis on Kant’s philosophy of history and the ideal of perpetual peace, and holds a BA in Jewish Thought, also from the Hebrew University. His non-academic writing has been published in the LA Review of Books, Salon.com and the Jerusalem Post, among others. Before moving to Israel from Canada in 2001, he attended McGill University where he studied Philosophy and Classics.