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  1. Ethics and Infinity: Conversations with Philippe Nemo by Emmanuel Levinas, 1985-03
  2. Time and the Other by Emmanuel Levinas, 1990-05
  3. Conversations With Emmanuel Levinas: 1983-1994 by Michael De Saint Cheron, 2010-05-31
  4. Difficult Freedom: Essays on Judaism (Johns Hopkins Jewish Studies) by Emmanuel Levinas, 1997-10-28
  5. Alterity and Transcendence by Emmanuel Levinas, 2000-11-15
  6. Adieu to Emmanuel Levinas (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Jacques Derrida, 1999-07-01
  7. Humanism of the Other by Emmanuel Levinas, 2005-10-18
  8. Emmanuel Levinas (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Seán Hand, 2008-10-27
  9. Emmanuel Levinas: Basic Philosophical Writings (Studies in Continental Thought)
  10. Prophetic Politics: Emmanuel Levinas and the Sanctification of Suffering (Series In Continental Thought) by Philip J. Harold, 2009-10-13
  11. To the Other: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas (Purdue University Series in the History of Philosophy) (Purdue Series in the History of Philosophy) by Adriaan Theodoor Peperzak, Emmanuel Levinas, 2005-02-02
  12. God, Death, and Time (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Emmanuel Levinas, 2000-11-01
  13. Otherwise Than Being: Or Beyond Essence by Emmanuel Levinas, 1998-05
  14. The Ethics of Emmanuel Levinas (Cultural Memory in the Present) by Diane Perpich, 2008-08-06

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Otherwise Than Being Or Beyond Essence, Nine Talmudic Readings, Totality and Infinity An Essay on Exteriority (Philosophical Series), Time and the Other, Leo Strauss and Emmanuel
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  • ASIN: Customer Reviews: Levinas' best work, but not easy to understand Much though I am fascinated with Levinas, I do find it nearly unreadable. His text is so dense, it requires (but definitely merits) slow reading. Although it might be helpful to have read earlier Levinas, this book takes a bit of a departure from the philosophy he espoused in his younger days. I don't believe it is such a radical departure so much as a reorientation and increased sophistication, but that's a topic for another discussion! I highly recommend this read if you are familiar with phenomenology, particulary Husserl and Heidegger, and Kant. I believe they are essential to understanding his arguments.

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    About Emmanuel Levinas Lois Shawver Levinas was born in 1906 in Lithuania, however, after going through the 1917 Russian revolution he left for France.
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    7. Emmanuel Levinas - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Levinas, Emmanuel Alternative names Short description French philosopher Date of birth 12 January 1906 Place of birth Kovno, Russian Empire Date of death
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Emmanuel Levinas Full name Emmanuel Levinas Born January 12 O.S. December 30]
    Kovno
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    Era 20th-century philosophy Region Western Philosophy School Continental philosophy Main interests Existential phenomenology
    Talmudic studies
    Ethics Ontology Notable ideas "the Other" "the Face" Influenced by Maimonides Kierkegaard Husserl Heidegger ... Durkheim Influenced Ronell Blanchot Derrida Merleau-Ponty ... Dussel Emmanuel Levinas [leviˈna, leviˈnas] ; 12 January 1906 – 25 December 1995) was a Lithuanian -born French philosopher and Talmudic commentator.
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    Emanuelis Levinas (later adapted to French orthography as Emmanuel Levinas) received a traditional Jewish education in Lithuania. After WWII, he studied the Talmud under the enigmatic " Monsieur Chouchani ", whose influence he acknowledged only late in his life. Levinas began his philosophical studies at Strasbourg University in 1924, where he began his lifelong friendship with the French philosopher Maurice Blanchot . In 1928, he went to

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    9. Heidegger, Gagarin E Noi, Di Emmanuel Levinas
    Heidegger, Gagarin e noi un breve saggio del filosofo, in italiano e in francese.
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    Heidegger, Gagarin e noi di Emmanuel Levinas (cfr. il testo originale francese effetto di questo alleggerimento della sostanza umana che si svuota delle sue pesantezze notturne. , essi non conoscerebbero altro che oggetti. profondi. nei confronti degli uomini. meno pericolosa dei geni del Luogo. fratello del messaggio socratico. assoluto dello spazio omogeneo. Il giudaismo sempre stato libero nei confronti dei luoghi. Cos esso rimasto fedele al valore pi alto. La Bibbia conosce soltanto una Terra Santa. Terra fantastica che vomita gli ingiusti, terra dove non ci si radica senza condizioni. Quanto misurato il Libro dei Libri nelle sue descrizioni della natura! - "Paese in cui scorrono il miele e il latte". - Il paesaggio si dice in termini alimentari. In una frase incidentale: "Era allora la stagione della prima uva" (Num. 13,20) brilla per un istante un grappolo che matura alla calura di un sole generoso.

    10. Levinas, Emmanuel - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Levinas
    Lithuanianborn French philosopher. He studied with the German philosophers Martin Heidegger and Edmund Husserl, and helped to introduce phenomenology into France in the 1930s
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    Download term papers on and essays on A comparison of Emmanuel Kant's categorical imperative and utilitarianism with regards to lying.
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    Il volto dell altro vita, opera e pensiero.
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    VITA Emmanuel Lvinas nato a Kaunas nel dicembre 1905 in Lituania, e ha vissuto la rivoluzione russa in Ucraina. Nel 1923 insieme alla sua famiglia si trasferisce in Francia a Strasburgo, dove inizia gli studi univeristari. di questi anni la sua amicizia con Maurice Blanchot. Nel 1928-1929 va a Friburgo, dove assiste alle ultime lezioni di Husserl e conosce Heidegger. L'apprendistato della fenomenologia, come egli lo ha definito, proseguir poi con un forte impulso personale di ricerca; partecipa nell'immediato dopoguerra all'avanguardia filosofica francese con G. Marcel e J.Wahl. In questi anni inizia anche la direzione della Scuola Normale Israelita Orientale, l'amicizia con Henri Nerson a cui dedicher il suo primo libro di scritti giudaici Difficile Libert . Nel 1957 inizia anche l'attivit di lettura e commento del Talmud ai Colloqui degli intellettuali ebrei francesi. Nel 1961, dopo la pubblicazione di Totalit e Infinito , inizia l'insegnamento all'Universit di Poitiers, nel 1967 passa all'Universit di Paris-Nanterre e dal 1973 alla Sorbonne. E' ora professore emerito, ma prosegue l'attivit in seminari e congressi. OPERE Le sue opere sono ormai quasi tutte tradotte in italiano: La traccia dell'altro , Napoli 1979, (traduce l'ultima parte di En dcrouvant l'existence avec Husserl et Heidegger Totalit e Infinito , Milano, 1980;

    13. Emmanuel Levinas (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
    Levinas's philosophy has been called ethics. If ethics means rationalist selflegislation and freedom (deontology), the calculation of happiness (utilitarianism), or the
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    First published Sun Jul 23, 2006; substantive revision Sun Mar 18, 2007 It is an interpretive, phenomenological description of the rise and repetition of the face-to-face encounter, or the intersubjective relation at its precognitive core; viz., being called by another and responding to that other. If precognitive experience, that is, human sensibility, can be characterized conceptually, then it must be described in what is most characteristic to it: a continuum of sensibility and affectivity, in other words, sentience and emotion in their interconnection. This entry will focus on Levinas's philosophy , rather than his Talmudic lessons (see the bibliography) and his essays on Judaism (notably, Difficult Freedom Essays on Judaism , 1963). Levinas's philosophical project can be called constructivist. He proposes phenomenological description and a hermeneutics of lived experience in the world. He lays bare levels of experience described neither by Husserl nor by Heidegger. These layers of experience concern the encounter with the world, with the human other, and a reconstruction of a layered interiority characterized by sensibility and affectivity.

    14. Emmanuel Levinas Web Page
    Resource page maintained by Peter Atterton. Includes announcements, concise biography, and extensive links.
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    A short biography by Lois Shawver.
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    17. Lévinas, Emmanuel Definition Of Lévinas, Emmanuel In The Free Online Encyclope
    L vinas, Emmanuel (born Dec. 30, 1905 Jan. 12, 1906, Old Style, Kaunas, Lith.—died Dec. 25, 1995, Paris, France) French philosopher. He studied at the Universities of
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    18. Ethics, Exegesis, And Philosophy Interpretation After Levinas
    Levinas, Emmanuel Ethics. I. Title. II. Marquette the FrenchJewish philosopher Emmanuel Levinas 19051995 begins with the ethical, social and political.
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    19. Emmanuel Levinas
    Life story supplemented with abundant links, emphasizing the role of this thinker within the existentialist movement.
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    Emmanuel Levinas "My effort consists in showing that knowledge is in reality an immanence, and that there is no rupture of the isolation of being in knowledge; and on the other hand, that in communication of knowledge one is found beside the Other, not confronted with him, not in the rectitude of the in-front-of-him. But being in direct relation with the Other is not to thematize the Other and consider him in the same manner as one considers a known object, nor to communicate a knowledge to him. In reality, the fact of being is what is most private; existence is the sole thing I cannot communicate; I can tell about it, but I cannot share my existence. Solitude thus appears as the isolation which marks the very event of being. The social is beyond ontology."
    "...I am responsible for the Other without waiting for reciprocity, were I to die for it. Reciprocity is his affair. It is precisely insofar as the relation between the Other and me is not reciporcal that I am subjection to the Other; and I am "subject" essentially in this sense. It is I who support all...The I always has one responsibility more than all the others."

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