Ethics and Infinity

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Duquesne University Press, 1985 - Philosophy - 126 pages
A masterful series of interviews with Levinas, conducted by French philosopher Philippe Nemo, which provides a succinct presentation of Levinas's philosophy.

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"In society such as it functions one cannot live without killing, or at least without taking the preliminary steps for the death of someone.Consequently, the important question of the meaning of being is [...]: do I not kill by being?" Read full review

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Emmanuel Levinas' books and articles are famously difficult reading, both because of their depth and because their themes, proposals and obessions manage to be breathtakingly against the grain of ... Read full review


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