Reading Levinas/Reading Talmud: An Introduction

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Publication of This Volume Was Made Possible by Gifts From: vi
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - Theory -- A Levinasian Dictionary 1
  • The General Philosophy 7
  • Time, Love, And Fecundity 10
  • The Face, the Trace, And the Third Person 14
  • Infinity 16
  • The Response to The Face: Language And Ethics 17
  • An Interruption: Levinas and Talmud 19
  • A Second Interruption: Ḥayyim Of Volozhin 23
  • Toward God 28
  • 2 - Method 31
  • In the Beginning 37
  • The First Reading 40
  • The Second Reading 44
  • The Third Reading 46
  • 3 - The Practice Of Talmud -- The Readings 49
  • Prayer and the End Of Metaphysics 51
  • Translation and The Limits of Logic 58
  • The Search For Meaning and The Meaning of the Search 72
  • Life, Death And Doing the Laundry 80
  • What's in a New Year? 85
  • Prophecy, Sacrifice, And Suffering 93
  • The Problem of The Absent God 103
  • Constructing The Gateway to Heaven 117
  • What is Hanukkah? 127
  • You Must Be Crazy To Speak of Redemption - Purim and a Conclusion of Sorts 143
  • Selected Bibliography 153
  • Index of Biblical Passages 155
  • Index 157
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