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Halla Kim Halla Kim, Associate Professor
AS 205M

Specialties: Kant and German Idealism, History of Modern Philosophy, Modern Jewish Thoughts, Korean Philosophy

Dr. Halla Kim,Ph.D, is an associate professor of philosophy and faculty at the Schwalb Center for Israel and Jewish Studies.

A past recient of the DAAD and Japan Foundation Grants, he regularly teaches Kant and German Idealism, Eastasian philosophy and the history of Jewish philosophy.

His first book Kant and the Foundations of Morality (2013) comes from Lexington Books and he is now working on his second (Universals in Early Modern Philosophy) and the third (Introduction to Korean Philosophy). He has also edited the anthology (together with Steve Hoeltzel), Kant, Fichte and the Legacy of Transcendental Idealism (Lexington, forthcoming).

Recently, he served on the committee on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies, American Philosophical Association.