Noemie Issan-Benchimol is a graduate of Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS Ulm, Paris), where she studied Philosophy and Hebraic Studies, and she earned her Master’s degree from Sorbonne & Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE) in History of Philosophy and Medieval Studies. She wrote her Master’s thesis on “The Concept of Dead Resurrection in Gersonides’ Thought”. She is currently a PhD student at EPHE under the supervision of Jean-Christophe Attias. Her focus is on the relationship between philosophy of language, ethics, law, and religiosity. Her Phd dissertation is on “Confession, Oath and Vow: Speech Acts, the Sacred and the Judiciary in Jewish Thought”. She is also a literary and philosophy critic for several French-language magazines. Noemie is married and is a mother of two.