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    Algunas críticas que desde Levinas pueden hacerse a la noción de “justicia” según Paul Ricœur y John Rawls.Jorge Medina Delgadillo - 2015 - Areté. Revista de Filosofía 27 (1):87-99.
    The well known conference of Paul Ricœur ‘Love and Justice’, pronounced when he received Leopold Lucas award in 1989, shows a dialectical tension between those two notions, and searches deeper in the philosophical –and even theological– basis that reveals love as rectification and safeguard of justice; without love, justice would be cruel, utilitarian and, paradoxically, unfair, remembering us the old Roman adage: “summum ius, summa iniuria”. Moreover, Levinas, in his “Talmudic Lesson on Justice”, compiled after in New Talmudic Readings, presents (...)
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    Leibniz y el personalismo: de la mónada a la lógica de la alteridad.Roberto Casales Garcia, Jorge Medina Delgadillo & Rubén Sánchez Muñoz - 2020 - Isegoría 63:525-545.
    This research aims to analyses Leibniz’ Monadologic Ontology and his theory of expression as opposed to those readings of Leibniz’ work that define monads as isolated entities that lack that all possible relation. The analysis will also show that, beyond his notion of Personal Identity, underlies a logic of Otherness able to dialogue with contemporary Personalism. This logic of otherness, if our reading of Leibniz is right, it is especially ostensible in the ‘spirits’, which expressive nature establish not only a (...)
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