Rami el Ali
Dr. Rami el Ali is an assistant professor of philosophy and the director of LAU’s Philosophy Program in the Department of Humanities.
Before joining LAU in fall 2014, Ali completed his PhD at the University of Miami in Florida, USA. His research primarily focuses on the philosophy of mind, with an emphasis on perception. He is currently completing a book manuscript on misperception.
Ali also works on the phenomenological movement, with a special interest in Levinas’ philosophy. He also works on the philosophy of technology, with a special interest in virtual reality, and the ethics of virtual acts.
More details can be found on his personal website (https://lau.academia.edu/RamiAli).
- Ali, Rami (2018). Does Hallucinating Involve Perceiving? Philosophical Studies, 1-27
- Ali, Rami. (2015). A New Solution to the Gamer’s Dilemma, Ethics and Information Technology 17 (4), 267-274
- Ali, Rami (2018). Malik’s The Systems of Whitehead’s Metaphysics (Chapter 7). On the Philosophical Thought of Charles Malik Vol. I: Whitehead, Reason, and Spirit. NDU Press.
- Ali, Rami. (2016) Book Review: Levinas’ Totality and Infinity: A Reader’s Guide by William Large, Phenomenological Reviews (http:/reviews.ophen.org)
- Ali, Rami. (2015). Book Review: Hallucinations: Philosophy and Psychology ed. MacPherson and Platchias, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 1-6
- PhD in Philosophy, University of Miami, USA
- MA in Philosophy, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
- BBA in Business Administration, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Rami el Ali
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Office: Nicol 316E