Lexington Books (2019)

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This cross-disciplinary collection explores Vladimir Jankélévitch’s thought on love, forgiveness, humility, virtue, bad conscience, remorse, death, reconciliation, music, and religion. It examines his relations with philosophers such as Henri Bergson and Plotinus. The chapters are linked by the theme of intangibility, or what cannot be touched.
Keywords Vladimir Jankelevitch  Continental Philosophy  Moral philosophy  Philosophy of Music  Film and philosophy  Philosophy and religion
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