Tzachi Zamir is a philosopher and a literary critic (Assoc. Prof. English & Comp. Lit) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and is currently directing Amirim, the humanities honors program. Zamir is the author of Double Vision: Moral Philosophy and Shakespearean Drama (Princeton, 2006), Ethics and the Beast (Princeton, 2007), Acts: Theater, Philosophy and the Performing Self (The University of Michigan Press, 2014), and Ascent: Philosophy and Paradise Lost (OUP, 2017). He has also edited Philosphical Perspectives on Shakespeare's Hamlet (OUP, 2017).