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Employing Plato, Levinas, Hannah Arendt, Iris Murdoch, Anne Carson, and representatives of Continental philosophy and feminist theory, Eros for the Other constructs an original argument for the interdependence of truth, ethics, and pluralism. Through dialogues with Western thought and its critics an original vision emerges of the way reason discerns reality, experiences beauty, and lives compassionately in the midst of the plurality of concrete, historical existence.
|1||The Construction of Reality: Plurality and Illusion||15|
|2||Totality and the Dismemberment of Truth: Arendt and Levinas||39|
|3||Eros and the Other||67|
|5||Woman and Women: On Essence and Idea||147|
|6||The Practice of Truth||185|