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  1. Jean-Luc Nancy, a Romantic Philosopher?: On Romance, Love, and Literature.Aukje van Rooden - 2021 - Angelaki 26 (3-4):113-125.
    This paper will, in its successive steps and movements, revolve around one single question, a question that might, at first sight, come across as somewhat irrelevant or even impertinent within the context of philosophical or academic discourse. How romantic is Jean-Luc Nancy? Or: is there a specifically Nancyan sense of romance? Notwithstanding these somewhat unscholarly formulations, I am increasingly convinced that the question of love, or indeed more specifically of romance, is the most intimate inspiration of Nancy’s work, the key (...)
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  • For the Love of This World: Michel Henry and Jean-Luc Nancy on Theology and Affectivity.Ashok Collins - 2021 - International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 82 (1):77-94.
    ABSTRACT When read alongside the great command of Deuteronomy, ‘love the Lord your God with all your heart, mind, and strength,’ the Judeo-Christian directive to ‘love your neighbour as yourself’ is perhaps one of the most theologically and ethically charged phrases in the Bible. In these two mutually reliant commandments lies a meeting point between the divine and the human that has important implications for our understanding of the nexus between theological conceptions of love and philosophical engagement with worldly existence. (...)
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