Before Ethics

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Humanity Books, 1998 - Philosophy - 125 pages
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Peperzak (philosophy, Loyola U.) reflects on key concepts of a postmodern ethics that is neither utilitarian nor deontological, addressing aspects such as freedom, value, obligation, and culture. He draws on sources including Plato, Kant, French phenomenology, and especially Paul Ricoeur and Emmanuel Levinas. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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