Levinas Studies: An Annual Review, Volume 11Ed. by Richard A. Cohen and Jolanta Saldukaityte $35.00
September 2017 | paper | ISBN: 978-0-8207-0709-9
In volume 11, guest editors Richard A. Cohen and Jolanta Saldukaityte welcome essays by scholars from around the world, and also include a new translation of an interesting book review written by Levinas.
Contents & Contributors:
Richard Cohen and Jolanta Saldukaityte
Transcendence and Sensibility: Affection, Sensation, and Non-Intentional Consciousness
’Like a Virgin': Levinas's Antiplatonic Understanding of Love and Desire
Europe and Embodiment: A Levinasian Perspective
On (Im)Patient Messianism: Marx, Levinas, and Derrida
The Strangeness of Alterity
Facing the Space of Reasons
Levinas on Art and Aestheticism: Getting ‘Reality and Its Shadow’ Right
Richard A. Cohen
On the Way to Ethical Culture: The Meaning of Art as Oscillating Between the Other, il y a, and the Third
Rossitsa V. Borkowski
The il y a and the Ungrund: Levinas and the Russian Existentialists Berdyaev and Shestov
A Review of Leon Chestov's Kierkegaard and the Existential Philosophy
RICHARD A. COHEN is professor of philosophy and director of the Institute of Jewish Thought and Heritage at the University at Buffalo.
JOLANTA SALDUKAITYTE teaches philosophy at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University and University of Educational Sciences, both in Vilnius, Lithuania.