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The Resource The exorbitant : Emmanuel Levinas between Jews and Christians, edited by Kevin Hart and Michael A. Signer

The exorbitant : Emmanuel Levinas between Jews and Christians, edited by Kevin Hart and Michael A. Signer

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The exorbitant : Emmanuel Levinas between Jews and Christians
Title
The exorbitant
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Emmanuel Levinas between Jews and Christians
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edited by Kevin Hart and Michael A. Signer
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Language
eng
Summary
Levinas invites us to be exorbitant by distancing ourselves from visions of metaphysics, epistemology and theology. This book asks how Levinas' thinking facilitates a dialogue between Jews and Christians
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  • bibliography
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Perspectives in continental philosophy
The exorbitant : Emmanuel Levinas between Jews and Christians, edited by Kevin Hart and Michael A. Signer
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The exorbitant : Emmanuel Levinas between Jews and Christians, edited by Kevin Hart and Michael A. Signer
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt13wzx39
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
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mixed
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Contents
  • Against theology, or "the devotion of a theology without theodicy" : Levinas on religion
  • Richard A. Cohen
  • Is the other my neighbor? : reading Levinas alongside Hermann Cohen
  • Dana Hollander
  • "Love strong as death" : Levinas and Heidegger
  • Jeffrey L. Kosky
  • On Levinas's gifts to Christian theology
  • Robyn Horner
  • The prevenience and phenomenality of grace, or, the anteriority of the posterior
  • Michael Purcell
  • Introduction: Levinas the exorbitant
  • Prolifigacy, parsimony, and the ethics of expenditure in the philosophy of Levinas
  • Edith Wyschogrod
  • Excess and desire : commentary on totality and infinity, section I, part D
  • Jeffrey Bloechl
  • The care of the other and substitution
  • Jean-Luc Marion
  • Should Jews and Christians fear the gifts of the Greeks? : reflections on Levinas, translation, and atheistic theology
  • Paul Franks
  • Thinking about God andGod-talk with Levinas
  • Merold Westphal
  • Kevin Hart
  • Words of peace and truth : a-dieu, Llevinas
  • Michael A. Signer
  • Levinas between German metaphysics and Christian theology
  • Leora Batnitzky
  • The disincarnation of the Word : the trace of God in reading Scripture
  • Robert Gibbs
  • Secrecy, modesty, and the feminine : kabbalistic traces in the thought of Levinas
  • Elliott R. Wolfson
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1st ed.
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1 online resource (xi, 308 pages).
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9780823235711
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