Emmanuel Levinas: Ethics, Justice, and the Human beyond Being

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Abbreviations

ABBREVIATIONS OF WORKS BY LEVINAS
AEAutrement qu’être ou au-delà, de l’essence
BWBasic Philosophical Writings
CPCollected Philosophical Papers
DEDe l’existence à l’existant
DEHHEn découvrant l’existence avec Husserl et Heidegger
DFDifficult Freedom: Essays on Judaism
DMTDieu, la Mort et le Temps
DVIDe Dieu qui vient à l’idée
EVDe l’évasion
EEExistence and Existents
EFPEthics as First Philosophy
EIEthics and Infinity: Conversations with Philippe Nemo
ENEntre Nous: Essais sur le penser-à-l’autre
EntEntretien
EPPEthique comme philosophie première
GDTGod, Death and Time
HAHHumanisme de l’autre homme
IEAIntention, Ereignis und der Andere
MBMartin Buber, Gabriel Marcel and Philosophy
OBOtherwise than Being or Beyond Essence
PMThe Paradox of Morality: an Interview with Emmanuel Levinas
RPHReflections on the Philosophy of Hitlerism

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Studies in Philosophy i
  • Studies in Philosophy ii
  • Title Page iv
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations x
  • Acknowledgments xii
  • Introduction xiii
  • Chapter 1 - Subjects of Being 1
  • Chapter 2 - Hypostasis- Il Y a/Existent 24
  • Chapter 3 - Enjoyment- Subject and World 43
  • Chapter 4 - The Ambiguous Economy of Dwelling 61
  • Chapter 5 - Eros, Ethics and the Social Totality 82
  • Chapter 6 - Ethics Is Justice 99
  • Chapter 7 - Ethics, Ontology and Justice 121
  • Chapter 8 - Subjectivity and Tertiality- Il Y a and Illeity 141
  • Postscript 167
  • Bibliography 169
  • Notes 183
  • Index 202
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