Prof. Daniel Statman
is a Shalom Hartman Institute research fellow, a member of the Institute’s iEngage Project
, and a member of the Research Team for Applied Military Ethics
at the Kogod Research Center for Contemporary Jewish Thought. He is a professor of philosophy at the University of Haifa. His areas of focus include ethics, moral psychology, the philosophy of law, and Jewish philosophy.
Daniel is author and editor of many books and articles, including Moral Dilemmas
, Religion and Morality
, Moral Luck
, and Virtue Ethics
. In recent years he has published extensively in the area of war and ethics on topics such as targeted killing and supreme emergencies. He has recently completed a co-authored book on state and religion.
In addition to his activities in the academic field, Daniel has served on several public committees, including the committee that revised the ethical code for the IDF, the committee that reviews requests for exemption from army service on grounds of conscience, and the committee in the Ministry of Health that decides which new medical technologies and medicines will be covered by the national medical insurance.
ARTICLES BY DANIEL STATMAN
by Daniel Statman on the Shalom Hartman Institute website.