Knowing Other-Wise: Philosophy at the Threshold of Spirituality

By James H. Olthuis | Go to book overview

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Grateful acknowledgment is made to the following for permission to reprint previously published material:

Chapter 4: Ronald Kuipers, "Singular Interruptions: Rortian Liberalism and the Ethics of Deconstruction" was published in a condensed version in International Studies in Philosophy, 28/ 1 ( 1996): 11-27.

Chapter 5: James H. Olthuis, "Face-to-Face: Ethical Asymmetry or the Symmetry of Mutuality" appeared in slightly revised form in Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses 25/ 4 ( 1996).

Chapter 7: Jeffrey M. Dudiak, " Again Ethics: A Levinasian Reading of Caputo Reading Levinas," Joyful Wisdom 3/ 2 ( 1997).

Chapter 9: James H. Olthuis, "Crossing the Threshold: Sojourning Together in the Wild Spaces of Love" is reprinted from the Toronto Journal of Theology 11/ 1 ( 1995): 39-57 © Toronto School of Theology.

I wish to thank Jamie Smith and Jeff Dudiak for their help in editing and John D. Caputo for his encouragement.This collection of essays was born in the matrix of a multi-year interdisciplinary research project on pluralism at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto, made possible by a three-year grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, whose support is gratefully acknowledged.

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  • Knowing Other-Wise - Philosophy at the Threshold of Spirituality *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction: Love/Knowledge *
  • Philosophy and Its Other *
  • 1: Conceptual Understanding and Knowing Other-Wise *
  • 2: Points of Convergence Between Dooyeweerdian and Feminist Views of the Philosophic Self *
  • 3: Taking the Risk of Essence *
  • Ethics And/Of the Other *
  • 4: Singular Interruptions *
  • 5: Face-To-Face *
  • 6: Structures of Violence, Structures of Peace *
  • 7: Again Ethics *
  • A God With/For the Other *
  • 8: How to Avoid Not Speaking *
  • 9: Crossing the Threshold *
  • Index of Names *
  • Index of Subjects *
  • Notes on Contributors *
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