Collected Philosophical Papers / Edition 1by E. Levinas
Pub. Date: 01/31/1987
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
This collection brings together some of the most important short texts of Emmanuel Levinas, a major voice in twentieth century philosophical thought. Translated by renowned philosopher Alphonso Lingis, these writings originally appeared separately as lectures or in various journals over a period of thirty years. Collected Philosophical Papers also includes a comprehensive introduction by Lingis, a valuable tool for researchers and students of Levinas's philosophy.
Table of Contents
1. Reality and Its Shadow.- 2. Freedom and Command.- 3. The Ego and the Totality.- 4. Philosophy and the Idea of Infinity.- 5. Phenomenon and Enigma.- 6. Meaning and Sense.- 7. Language and Proximity.- 8. Humanism and An-archy.- 9. No Identity.- 10. God and Philosophy.- 11. Transcendence and Evil.
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