Guy Schultz

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Biography

Guy is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Law and Philanthropy. He studied philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (BA and MA); currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Philosophy at Tel Aviv University; Prior to joining the ILP, Guy worked in grant writing and consulting in the third sector.

Research Interests

Theories of justice; Philanthropy studies; The concept of legitimacy; Ideal/nonideal theory distinction. Relationship between philanthropy and democracy; Public image of philanthropy; Israeli and Jewish philanthropy; Antisemitism; Professional ethics.

CV

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
2015-:
Research Fellow, the Institute for Law and Philanthropy, Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University.

EDUCATION
2016-:
PhD. Candidate, Department of Philosophy, TAU.
Supervisors: Prof. Asa Kasher (Philosophy) and Prof. Yoram Margalioth (Law).
2014-2015:
Completion of M.A. in philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Title of thesis: “What Legitimizes Philanthropy?”
Supervisor: Prof. Daniel Attas.
2005-2007:
Studies towards an M.A. in philosophy at HUJI.
2002-2005:
B.A. in philosophy and general studies at HUJI.

CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS
2016-2017:
Israeli Conference on Philanthropy; Workshop and Conference, Nov 2016 - July 2017. Academic moderator of workshop titled “The public image of philanthropy in Israel”. The project was an initiative of the Forum of Foundations in Israel and the Jewish Funders Network. The conference was held at TAU on July 5, 2017.
2017:
(Forthcoming) Presentation at panel discussion titled “Normative Perspectives on Contemporary Philanthropy”. Title of presentation: “On the Importance of Distinguishing between Ideal and Nonideal Ethical Theories of Philanthropy”. 46th Annual ARNOVA Conference, Humanities Track. The Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) will hold its annual conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA, in Nov, 2017.
2017:
(Forthcoming) Presentation of paper titled “Ideal Theory of Philanthropy” at Philanthropy Research Workshop, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Indiana University. Nov, 2017. Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
2017-2018:
(Forthcoming) Moderator/Researcher of research group titled “Philanthropy, the Market, and the Borders between Them,” Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics and the Institute for Law and Philanthropy, Tel Aviv University.

Publications

2017:
"התדמית הציבורית של הפילנתרופיה בישראל" -  “The public image of philanthropy in Israel”. Paper in the proceedings of the Israeli Conference on Philanthropy, July 2017, in Hebrew.
 

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