Re-Constituting Phenomenology: Continuity in Levinas’s Account of Time and Ethics

Dialogue 49 (2):223-243 (2010)
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RÉSUMÉ : Au sein de l’œuvre de Levinas, se trouve un exposé sur la subjectivité fondé sur son compte de temporalité. A cet égard, Levinas est comme de nombreux phénoménologues. Cependant, pour mieux le comprendre de cette façon, nous devons d’abord reconcevoir ce que Levinas veut dire par “l’éthique”, pour voir la continuité essentiel de ses comptes de subjectivité et temporalité. En comprenant les continuités, entre et à l’intérieur de son sujet moral et sa temporalité futurelle, nous sommes capables de redéfinir l’ envergure et le moyen de la phénoménologie, afin de suffisamment juger l’influence de Levinas dans cette discipline.

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Neal B. DeRoo
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