Emmanuel Lvinas: His Life and Legacy

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Emmanuel Levinas, one of the twentieth century's most eminent ethical philosophers and religious thinkers, introduced to French philosophy the idea of the other as the rupture of the same, the idea that was to become the foundation of late twentieth century continental thought. Originally published in French, Emmanuel Levinas: His Life and Legacy provides the only in-depth biography to appear in English of this interesting thinker, whose influence has continued to grow since his death in 1995. Salomon Malka, a journalist ...

Emmanuel Lvinas: His Life and Legacy 2006, Duquesne

ISBN-13: 9780820703589

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Emmanuel Lvinas: His Life and Legacy 2006, Duquesne

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