Review of To the other: An introduction to the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas [Book Review]

Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology 15 (1):90-95 (1994)
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Reviews the book, To the other: An introduction to the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas by Adriaan Peperzak . Peperzak begins his book with a broad and sweeping characterization of the principle thematics which animate Emmanuel Levinas' work. Against the backdrop of Levinas' personal and intellectual history, Peperzak briefly explores the development, meaning, and implications of such core concepts as: The phenomenology of the otherness of the Other, Equality and Asymmetry, Saying and The Said, Intersubjectivity and Society, and Time. 2012 APA, all rights reserved)

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