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Ibrahim Dagher

Ibrahim Dagher is a Ph.D. student at Yale University, in the Philosophy Department. Ibrahim is also pursuing a J.D. at Yale Law School. His publications have primarily been at the intersection of metaphysics and the philosophy of religion. He is also the founder of Let’s Learn Logic, an education organization dedicated to providing free, accessible online videos on formal logic. He has research interests in analytic philosophy as well as law, and he has a fervent passion for education

Research Interests:

I have two primary research interests. The first is in metaphysics and how it informs issues in the philosophy of religion. The second is in Constitutional law, jurisprudence, and any intersections with the philosophy of law. I’m also increasingly interested in normative ethics.

You can learn more about the issues I’m currently working on and questions I’m pondering here, and you can see the research I currently have under review here. I am also the editor of the Kalam category on PhilPapers––go there to see the summaries, introductions, and organized collections of literature on the Kalam that I manage and produce.

Education Work:

In addition to research, I’m deeply interested in education, teaching, and making high-quality education accessible to all. One of my life goals is to not only contribute to scholarly conversations, but to move them: that is, to move them into the public light, and to make these important conversations accessible to all. There is no reason that the dialogue around our society’s most foundational theoretical issues should be limited to the handful of voices found behind expensive scholarly journals.

Currently, I am working on creating online videos for Let’s Learn Logic, an education organization aiming to provide free undergraduate and graduate-level courses in formal logic.

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