(philosophe, professeur et écrivain)
Moshe Halbertal (b. Montevideo, Uruguay, 1958), is a noted Israeli Jewish philosopher, professor and writer.He is a Senior Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem, Professor of Jewish Thought and Philosophy at Hebrew University, and a faculty member at the Mandel Leadership Institute in Jerusalem, Israel. From 1988-92 he was a fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows (1988-92). Halbertal has been a visiting professor at Harvard Law School, the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and New York University Law School. He received his B.A. in Jewish Thought and Philosophy from Hebrew University, cum laude, in 1984, and his PhD from Hebrew University in 1989.Halbertal was reared in Israel in a modern Orthodox family. His father was a Holocaust survivor from Łańcut, Galicia (Central-Eastern Europe), his mother an Israeli who had come to Uruguay to teach Hebrew. He received the Rothschild Foundation's Bruno Award and the Goren Goldstein Award for the "Best Book in Jewish Thought" in the years 1997-2000. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the Jewish Review of Books.