The Cambridge Companion to Levinas (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)

The Cambridge Companion to Levinas (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)

Simon Critchley


Emmanuel Levinas is now widely known along Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty and Sartre as the most very important Continental philosophers of the 20th century. His abiding hindrance was once the primacy of the moral relation to the opposite individual and his relevant thesis was once that ethics is first philosophy. His paintings has had a profound influence on a couple of fields open air philosophy--such as theology, Jewish reviews, literature and cultural conception, psychotherapy, sociology, political idea, diplomacy concept and demanding felony thought.

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