Philosopher and Historian of Ideas, Paris, London
Noga Arikha is a philosopher and historian of ideas. She is an associate fellow of the Warburg Institute (London), an honorary fellow of the Center for the Politics of Feelings, and a research associate at the Institut Jean Nicod of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris). Her books include Passions and Tempers: A History of the Humours (2007) and The Ceiling Outside: The Science and Experience of the Disrupted Mind (2022).
The interoceptive turn
The science of how we sense ourselves from within, including our bodily states, is creating a radical picture of selfhood
War and peace
How evil happens
Why some people choose to do evil remains a puzzle, but are we starting to understand how this behaviour is triggered?