A resident of Jerusalem, Meir is married and a father of five. He is a member of the Philosophy Faculty at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Meir’s fields of research include the philosophy of mathematics, the philosophy of language, and the philosophy of Judaism, and he is considered one of Israel’s most important original thinkers. Meir is a leader of the renewal of Jewish tradition and liturgical poetry (piyyut) in Israel, and in recent years he has also led the Tikkun movement for social change. Meir was an ISEF Scholar from his 2nd degree all the way to his Post Doctorate studies.