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Written in English


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Number of Pages176
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ISBN 100415402751
ISBN 109780415402750

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Michaël de Saint Cheron's Conversations with Emmanuel Levinas, (hereafter Conversations), is a somewhat misleadingly titled new publication from Duquesne University book's title makes it sound as though it is a collection of interviews between Levinas and Saint Cheron, a scholar who has published works on Augustin Malroux and Elie Wiesel and who participated in Levinas's. Levinas's teaching reveals ethics to be the first philosophy: his call to responsibility henceforth obliges thought to refer not to the true but to the good. In assuming this colossal responsibility, Levinas has changed the course of contemporary philosophy. The Levinas Reader is the most comprehensive introduction to Levinas's.   Emmanuel Levinas () has exerted a profound influence on 20th-century continental philosophy. This anthology, including Levinas's key philosophical texts over a period of more than forty years, provides an ideal introduction to his thought and offers insights into his /5. Phaenomenologica 39 - Vers une nouvelle philosophi transcendantale - La genese de la philosophi de Maurice Merleau-Ponty jusqu'a la Phenomenologie de la perception by Theodore Geraets, (Preface by Emmanuel Levinas) and a great selection of related books, .

Argues that it is not only possible but of the highest exigency to understand one's humanity through the humanity of others. This book also argues that the humanity of the human is found in the recognition that the other person comes first, that the suffering and mortality of others are the obligations and morality of the self. In "Humanism of the Other", Emmanuel Levinas argues that it is not. Ethics as first philosophy. Emmanuel Levinas is one of the greatest thinkers of the twentieth, but the complexity of his thought, as well as Heidegger’s, prevents a real spread / democratization of his work. One of his most important works is Totality and Infinity: An essay on the latter, Levinas, according to a phenomenological method, describes how subjectivity arises from. Recent debates within Continental philosophy have decisively renewed the question of the ethical, with the French philosopher Emmanuel Levinas () as its center. Coming from yet in contestation with the phenomenological traditions of Husserl and Heidegger, Levinas defines ethics as an originary response to the face of the :   Descubre el gran catálogo de Emmanuel Levinas libros en línea. Envío gratis en todo el mundo en más de 20 millones de títulos.

Emmanuel Lévinas, Lithuanian-born French philosopher renowned for his powerful critique of the preeminence of ontology (the philosophical study of being) in the history of Western philosophy, particularly in the work of the German philosopher Martin Heidegger (–). Lévinas began his . These essays provoke new responses to the work of the eminent French philosopher Emmanuel Levinas through an analysis of how the problematics of reading, deconstruction, feminism, and psychotherapy complicate and deepen Levinas's account of responsibility. The re-reading presented here continues and expands on the long-standing debate between Levinas and Jacques Derrida. Emmanuel Levinas () is the author of Time and the Other, Totality and Infinity, Otherwise than Being or Beyond Essence, and many other philosophical Poller is the translator of Ahmadou Kourouma's Monnew and Michael Jeanneret's Perpetual Motion. Richard A. Cohen is the Isaac Swift Distinguished Professor of Judaic Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and. Emmanuel Levinas is one of the most original philosophers in the twentieth century. In this book, continuing his thought on obligation, he investigates the possibility that the word God can be understood now, at the end of the twentieth century, in a meaningful way.