Lévinas: Chinese and Western Perspectives, (Book Supplement Series to the Journal of Chinese Philosophy), Volume 35
DescriptionLeading Chinese and Western philosophers work alongside one another to explore the writings of one of the twentieth century’s most perplexing and original ethical and metaphysical thinkers.
- Comparative discussion of Lévinas on phenomenology, ethics, metaphysics and political philosophy within European philosophy and with Chinese philosophy
- Innovative accounts of Lévinasian themes of surpassing phenomenology, post-Heideggerian philosophy, the philosophy of saintliness, transcendence and immanence, time and sensibility, desire, death, political philosophy, the subject, and the space of communicativity
NICHOLAS BUNNIN / Introduction.
YANG DACHUN / Lévinas and the Three Dimensions of Surpassing Phenomenology.
JACQUES TAMINIAUX / Lévinas and Heidegger: A Post-Heidegarrian Approach to Phenomenological Issues
DU XIAOZHEN / The Philosophy of Saintliness: Some Notes on the Thought of Lévinas.
MO WEIMIN / Phenomenology or Anti-Phenomenology? —A Study of the Subject in Lévinas.
SIMON CRITCHLEY / The Split Subject.
WANG LIPING / Transcendence or Immanence? Lévinas, Bergson, and Chinese Thought.
WANG HENG / The Instant as the Key to the Escape from Being on Lévinas’s Phenomenology of Sensibility and Time in His Early Period
MARIE-ANNE LESCOURRET / Desire by Lévinas.
SHANG JIE / The Phenomenology of Death.
WANG TANGJIA / The Concepts of Death in Heidegger and Lévinas
SUN XIANGCHEN / Emmanuel Lévinas and the Critique of Modern Political Philosophy.
ROBERT BERNASCONI / Extraterritoriality: Outside the Subject, Outside the State.
DORIAN WISZNIEWSKI / "The Space of Communicativity": Lévinas and Architecture.