Tina Chanter, "Feminist Interpretations of Emmanuel Levinas"
Publisher: Pennsylvania State University Press 2001 | 2289 Pages | ISBN: 0271021144 | PDF | 2.13 MB
This volume of essays investigates the question of Levinas's relationship to feminist thought. Levinas breaks with Heidegger's phenomenology by understanding the ethical relation to the "Other," the face-to-face, as exceeding the language of ontology.
About the Author
Emmanuel Levinas (1906-1995) was born in Kaunas, Lithuania, and became a naturalized French citizen in 1930. He was influenced by Edmund Husserl, with whom he studied phenomenology, and Martin Heidegger, among others. It was mainly during the 1950s that Levinas began to work out a highly original philosophy of ethics with the aim of going beyond the ethically neutral tradition of ontology. Levinas’s first magnum opus, Totality and Infinity (1961), sought to accomplish this departure through an analysis of the 'face-to-face' relation with the Other.
Contributors are Alison Ainley, Diane Brody, Catherine Chalier, Luce Irigaray, Claire Katz, Kelly Oliver, Diane Perpich, Stella Sandford, Sonya Sikka, and Ewa Ziarek
Tina Chanter is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Memphis and the author of Ethics of Eros: Irigaray's Rewriting of the Philosophers (Routledge, 1995) and In the Time of Death: Levinas with Heidegger (Stanford, forthcoming)
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