Naser Tizhoosh is a master's degree candidate in the Department of Political Science at Columbia University. His primary interest is in political theory, and his research fields include the political philosophy of ancient Greek, revolution theories, war theories, and conceptual methodological questions. He has studied the first order of logic, modal logic, ontology, and philosophy of religion. Further, he uses the analytical method as means to find his answer in political and philosophical domains.
Mr. Tizhoosh currently holds two B.A. degrees in philosophy and political science.
In 2021, he was nominated and awarded as a recipient of the Biederman Award in Philosophy by the Rutgers Philosophy Department and won a Pi Sigma Alpha Writing Award in the Political Science department.