Scolnicov was born in 1941 in Brazil.
He began studying chemistry at the Hebrew University and a year later switched to philosophy. In 1964, he completed his undergraduate studies with a teaching certificate. He was one of the last students of Hugo Bergmann. In 1967, he completed a master's degree with honors in Philosophy, his thesis "On the epistemological significance of Plato's theory of ideal numbers," under the instruction of Shlomo Pines. In 1969-1971 he studied classics at King's College at Cambridge University. His dissertation topic 'Plato's method of hypothesis in Plato's middle dialogues' under the instruction of Bernard Williams.
In 1974-2010 Scolnicov was a faculty member in the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Philosophy of Education at the School of Education in the Hebrew University. In 1989 he was a founding member of the International Association of Plato and in 1998-2001 served as president of the Association. In 1973-1991 he was a member and chairman of the Planning Commission studying philosophy in high school. Was a guest lecturer at Harvard University, Cambridge University, University of Toronto, University of California, Irvine, University of Sao Paulo.
|The Hebrew University Magnes Press publishes scholarly books, journals, textbooks in every research areas such as agriculture books, ancient near east books, anti-Semitism books , archeology books, art books (architecture boos, cinema books, music books, plastic art books, theater books) business management books, classical studies books, communication books, dictionaries, economics books, education books, ethics books , chemistry books, mathematics books, physics books, folklore books, geography books, history books, holocaust books, Jewish studies books (Bible studies books, Hassidism books, Jewish Mysticism books , Jewish thought books, prayers and Piyutim books , Talmud books) law books, linguistics books , prose and poetry books, medicine and health books, nature science boos, philosophy books, political science and international studies books, politics books, psychology books, religion books (Christianity books, Islam books) social work books, sociology and anthropology books, text books (Arabic textbooks, computers and computing textbooks, economics textbooks, English textbooks, Hebrew as a second language textbooks, language textbooks, mathematics textbooks, medicine textbooks, music and the arts textbooks, physics textbooks, statistics textbooks) Yiddish books. New books as well as back list books published by The Hebrew University Magnes Press are published as eBooks as well. © All rights reserved by The Hebrew University Magnes Press|