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Agata Bielik-Robson

Professor of Jewish Studies, Faculty of Arts

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Teaching Summary

All areas of Jewish philosophy with special emphasis paid on modern Jewish thought, from Spinoza to Derrida. Also contemporary philosophy, particularly when in a dialogue (or polemic) with theology.

Recent Publications

  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2017. Franz Rosenzweig: How to Philosophize with a Star. In: PHILIP GOODCHILD AND HOLLIS PHELPS, ed., Religion and European Philosophy London: Routledge. 185-195
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2017. Walter Benjamin: All Shades of Gnosis. In: PHILIP GOODCHILD AND HOLLIS PHELPS, ed., Religion and European Philosophy London: Routledge. 115-126
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2017. God of Luria, Hegel, Schelling: The Divine Contraction and the Modern Metaphysics of Finitude. In: SIMON PODMORE, ed., Mystical Theology & Continental Philosophy London & New York: Routledge.
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2017. Mysteries of the Promise: Negative Theology in Benjamin and Scholem. In: MICHAEL FAGENBLAT, ed., Jewish Modernity as Negative Theology Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2017. Franz Rosenzweig: How to Philosophize with a Star. In: PHILIP GOODCHILD AND HOLLIS PHELPS, ed., Religion and European Philosophy London: Routledge. 185-195
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2017. Walter Benjamin: All Shades of Gnosis. In: PHILIP GOODCHILD AND HOLLIS PHELPS, ed., Religion and European Philosophy London: Routledge. 115-126
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2017. God of Luria, Hegel, Schelling: The Divine Contraction and the Modern Metaphysics of Finitude. In: SIMON PODMORE, ed., Mystical Theology & Continental Philosophy London & New York: Routledge.
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2017. Mysteries of the Promise: Negative Theology in Benjamin and Scholem. In: MICHAEL FAGENBLAT, ed., Jewish Modernity as Negative Theology Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2017. Burn After Reading: Derrida, the Philosophical Marrano. In: VICTOR E. TAYLOR & STEPHEN NICHOLS, ed., Divisible Derridas Davies Publication Group (Emergence).
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2016. Beyond Sovereignty. Overcoming Modern Nominalistic Cryptotheology Journal for Cultural Research. 1-17
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2016. Философские Маррaны: Открытая Идиома и Секретное Значение в Современной Еврейской Философии” (Philosophical Marranos: Open Idiom and Secret Meaning in Modern Jewish Thought) Iudaika w Odessi. 3/2016, 117-135
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2016. Love Strong as Death: Jews against Heidegger (On The Issue of Finitude) Religious Theory: Reviews, Essays, Commentaries, Conversations: internet supplement to Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory.
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2016. Un champ de bataille actuel: Le judaisme en avant-garde de la depaganisation. In: DANIELLE COHEN-LEVINAS ET ANTOINE GUGGENHEIM, ed., L’Antijudaisme a l’epreuve de la philosophie et de la theologie Paris: Seuil. 605-624
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2015. Psychotheology of Forgetting. In: HARTMUT VON SASS and JOHANNES ZACHHUBER, eds., Forgiving and Forgetting.: Theology and the Margins of Soteriology Vol. 82. Mohr Siebeck. pp. 67-80
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2015. L’amour fort comme la mort : les Juifs contre Heidegger (sur la question de la finitude). In: RAPHAEL ZAGURY-ORLY, ed., Dossier : Heidegger et « les juifs » La Règle du Jeu, N° 58/59, Paris. pp. 529-560
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2015. The Thanatic Strain: Kojève and Rosenzweig as Two Readers of Hegel Journal for Cultural Research. 1-17
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2015. Enlightenment as Exodus: Jewish Ulysses Bamidbar. Journal for Jewish Thought and Philosophy. 4/2015, pp. 79-95
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2014. From Therapy to Redemption: Notes Towards a Messianic Psychoanalysis. In: Judaism in Contemporary Thought: Traces and Influence A. Bielik-Robson, A. Lipszyc. Routledge.
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON and ADAM LIPSZYC, eds., 2014. Judaism in Contemporary Thought: Traces and Influence Routledge.
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2014. Jewish Cryptotheologies of Late Modernity: Philosophical Marranos Routledge.
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2014. The Unfallen Silence: Kinah and the Other Origin of Language. In: Lament in Jewish Thought: Philosophical, Theological, and Literary Perspectives Ilit Ferber and Paula Schwebel. Walter de Gruyter. 372
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2013. Modernity: The Jewish Perspective New Blackfriars. 1-20
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2013. Individuation Through Sin: The Tension Between the Tragic and the Messianic in Modern Jewish Thought Understanding the Human Being: Essays on Jewish Anthropology. 47-95
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A, 2013. Öedipus meets Job: On neighbourly relations between Greeks and Jews in Franz Rosenzweig's "Star of Redemption" Rosenzweig Jahrbuch / Rosenzweig Yearbook. 7, 42-70
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2012. The Promise of the name: 'Jewish nominalism' as the critique of idealist tradition Bamidbar: The Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy. 3(1), 11-35
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2012. Homo anxius. Modernity on Its Way from Fear to Joy. In: Civilisation and Fear: Anxiety and the Writing of the Subject W. Kalaga. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON, 2012. Erros. Mesjański witalizm i filozofia Universitas, Cracow.
  • 2012. Taking Life out of Nature. Jewish Messianic Vitalism and the Issue of Denaturalization Radical Orthodoxy. Theology, Philosophy, Politics. 1(1-2), 167-187
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2011. The saving lie: Harold Bloom and deconstruction Northwestern University Press.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2011. Denaturalization and the Issue of Life in Jewish and Greek Thought. In: ORIETTA OMBROSI, ed., Tra Torah e Sophia. Orrizonti e frontiere della filosofia ebraica Milano: Casa Editrice Marietti.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2011. The Psychic Palimpsest: Freud, Derrida and Bloom on the Textual Metaphor of the Soul. In: BOZENA SHALCROSS, ed., The Effect of Palimpsest Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2011. Messiah without Resentment, or What Remains of Messianism in Giorgio Agamben’s Remnants of Auschwitz Bamidbar. The Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy. 1(1/2011),
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2011. Tarrying with the Apocalypse: the wary messianism of Rosenzweig and Levinas. In: BRADLEY, A. and FLETCHER, P., eds., The messianic now: philosophy, religion, culture Routledge. 69-86
  • 2011. Another Conversion.: Stanisław Brzozowski’s ‘Diary’ as an Early Instance of the Post-Secular Turn to Religion Studies in East European Thought. 63(4), 279-291
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2010. The Broken Constellation: Agamben’s Theology between Tragedy and Messianism Telos. 152(Fall 2010), 103-126
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2009. Troubles with Divine Aesthetics: A. J. Heschel’s Tarrying with the Sublime. In: ADAM LIPSZYC AND STANISŁAW KRAJEWSKI, ed., Abraham Joshua Heschel. Philosophy, Theology and Interreligious Dialogue Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz Verlag. 67-86
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2009. The Apocalyptic Breeze: Nihilism as a Messianic Strategy. In: ANETA SZYLAK AND GALIL ELIAT, ed., Chosen Tel Aviv: Institute of Digital Art.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2009. Tarrying with the Apocalypse: the wary messianism of Rosenzweig and Levinas Journal for Cultural Research. 13(3-4), 249-266
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2008. Nihilism through the Looking Glass: Nietzsche, Rosenzweig, and Scholem on the Condition of Modern Disenchantment Revero. Revista de Estudas da Religiao.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2008. Slavoj Zizek, or How to Philosophize with a Hammer (and a Sickle) International Journal of Zizek Studies.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2008. Aporias of Revelation: The Intrigue of Trace between Mysticism and Atheism. In: ADAM LIPSZYC, ed., Emmanuel Levinas. Between Philosophy and Theology Warsaw-Jerusalem: Adam Mickiewicz Institute Press.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2008. The Traps of the Sublime The Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory, 9.2.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2008. Promises and Excuses. Derrida and the Aporia of Narcissism Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2004. Die beeinflusste Seele: Harold Bloom und die Theorie der agonistischen Subjektivierung. In: PAWEL DYBEL AND HANS JÖRG SANDKÜHLER, ed., Der Begriff des Subjekts in der modernen und postmodernen Philosophie Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2003. Hermeneutics as Via Negativa: Paul Ricoeur and the Romantics. In: ANDRZEJ WIERCIŃSKI, ed., Between Suspicion and Sympathy. Paul Ricoeur’s Unstable Equilibrium Toronto: The Hermeneutic Press.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2002. Freedom and Dependence: A Psychoanalytical Contribution to the Problem of Determination Angelaki. Journal of The Theoretical Humanities. 7(3/2002),
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2002. Limits of Irony: Freedom and Responsibility in Culture. In: P. JUCHACZ AND P. KOZLOWSKI, ed., Freiheit und Verantwortung. Moral, Recht, Politik Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2002. The Primacy of Difference; On the Lack of Equillibrium in the Contemporary Moral Discourse. In: M. KEMPNY AND A. JAWLOWSKA, ed., The East-West Convergencies London: Greenwood.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2000. Bad timing: The Subject as a Work of Time Angelaki. Journal of The Theoretical Humanities. 5(3/2000),

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