Omri Boehm

Omri Boehm is Associate Professor of philosophy at the New School for Social Research. He is the author of The Binding of Isaac: A Religious Model of Disobedience (Continuum, 2007) and Kant’s Critique of Spinoza (Oxford University Press, forthcoming). His work on Israel and political theology has been published in Haaretz, Die Zeit and The New York Times. He is currently writing a book on liberal Zionism for a post two state era.


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Violent Boycotts and the BDS Movement

BDS strategy is an attempt to take Israelis’ freedom of speech hostage, and to use this hostage in order to put pressure on the Israeli government....



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