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Levinas in English Translation

Primary bibliography

  Discovering Existence with Husserl, Indiana University Press, Bloomington 1988; translated by R. Cohen.

  Ethics and Infinity. Conversation with Philippe Nemo, Duquesne University Press, Pittsburgh 1988; translated by R. Cohen

  Existence and Existents, Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague 1978; translated by A. Lingis.

  Otherwise than Being or Beyond Essence, Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague 1981; translated by A. Lingis.

  Time and the Other, Duquesne University Press, Pittsburgh 1987; translated by R. Cohen. Also includes : The Old and the New and Diachrony and Representation.

  Totality and Infinity, Duquesne University Press, Pittsburgh 1969; translated by A. Lingis.

  The Theory of Intuition in Husserl's Phenomenology, Northwestern University Press, Evanston 1973; translated by R. Cohen.

Article

  About Blanchot. An interview : Substance n°14 (1976) 54-57; translated by G. Gillan.

  Bad Conscience and the Inexorable : R. Cohen (ed.), face to Face with Levinas, State University of New York Press, Albany 1986, 35-40.

  Beyond Intentionnality : A. Montefiore, Philosophy in France Today, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1983, 100-115.

  Franz Rosenzweig : Midstrean n°9 (1983) 33-40.

  Intuition of Essences : J. Kockelmans (ed.), Phenomenology. The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl and its Interpretation, Doubleday Anchor, New York 1967, 83-105.

  Judaism and the Feminine Element : Judaism 18 (1969) 30-38; translated by E. Wyschogrod.

  A Language Familiar to us : Telos n°44 (1980) 199-201; translated by D. Collins.

  Martin Buber and the Theory of Knowledge : P. Schilpp, M. Friedman, The Philosophy of Martin Buber, Open court, La Salle 1967, 133-50.

  Martin Buber, Gabriel Marcel and Philosophy: H. Gordon, J. Bloch (ed.), Martin Buber. A Centenary Volum, Ktav Publishing House for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Ben Gurion University of the Negev, New York 1984, 305-321; translated by Esther Kameron.

  On the Trail of the Other : Philosophy Today 10 (1966) 34-46; translated by Daniel J. Hoy

  Present Problems of Jewish Education in Western Lands' : community n°12 (1960) 1-6.

  To Love the Torah more than God Judaism 28 (1979) 216-223; translated by Helen A. Stephenson and Richard I. Sugarman.

  The Trace of the Other : M. Taylor (ed.), Deconstruction in context, University of Chicago Press, Chicago 1986, 345-359.

  Transcendence and Evil : A-T. Tymieniecka, The Phenomenology of Man and of the human Condition, D. Reichel, Dordrecht 1983, 153-165; Analecta Husserliana n°14, translated by A. Lingis.


Secondary Literature in English

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Books

Ajzenstat O., Eisenstadt O., Driven Back to the Text : The Premodern Sources of Levina's Postmodernism, Duquesne Univ Press, 2001.

Alford C. F., Levinas, the Frankfurt School and Psychoanalysis, Wesleyan Univ. Press, USA 2003.

Atterton P., Calarco M., S. Friedman M., Levinas and Buber: Dialogue and Difference, Duquesne Univ Pr., 2004.

Atterton P., Calarco M., On Levinas, Wadsworth Publishing; 1 edition (July 12, 2004). 

Beardsworth R., Derrida and the Political, London 1996.

Beavers A. F., Lévinas beyond the horizons of Cartesianism. An inquiry into the metaphysics of morals, Peter Lang Publishing, New York 1995; American University Studies, Series V, Philosophy, Vol 150.

Benso S., The Face of Things : A Different Side of Ethics , State Univ of New York Press, 2000; Suny Series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy.

Bernasconi R., Ethics and responsibility in the phenomenological tradition, Pittsburgh 1992.

Bernasconi R . et Critchley S. (éd.), Re-Reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991.

Bernasconi R. et Wood D. (éd.), The provocation of Lévinas : rethinking the Other, London 1988.

Bloechel J. (edit.),

  The Face of the Other and the Trace of God: Essays on the Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas , Fordham University Press, 2000; Perspectives in Continental Philosophy, 10.

  Liturgy of the Neighbor: Emmanuel Levinas and the Religion of Responsibility, Duquesne Univ Press, 2000.

Burggraeve R., From self-development to solidarity : an ethical reading of human desire in its socio-political relevance according to Emmanuel Lévinas, Leuven 1985.

Caygill H., Levinas and the Political (Thinking the Political), Routledge, 2001.

Champagne R. A., The Ethics Of Reading According To Emmanuel Levinas , Rodopi Bv Editions, 1998; Chiasma 7.

Chanter T. (edit.),

  Feminist Interpretations of Emmanuel Levinas (Re-Reading the Canon), Pennsylvania State Univ Press, 2001.

  Time, Death, and the Feminine : Levinas With Heidegger, Stanford Univ. Pr., Stanford Calif. 2001.

Cohen R. A. (éd.),

  Face to face with Lévinas, Albany 1986; dialogue with Emmanuel Lévinas, 13-33.

Elevations. The height of the Good in Rosenzweig and Lévinas, Chicago 1994.

Ethics, Exegesis and Philosophy : Interpretation after Levinas, Cambridge University Press, 2001.

Ricoeur as another : the ethics of subjectivity, Albany N.Y., State University of New York Press 2002.

Colin D., Levinas, An Introduction, Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 1996.

Critchley S.,

The ethics of deconstruction : Derrida and Lévinas, Oxford 1993.

Ethics-Politics-Subjectivity : Essays on Derrida, Levinas and Contemporary French Thought, Verso Books, 1999.

Critchley S. et Bernasconi R. (edit.), The Cambridge Companion to Levinas, Cambridge Univ. Press, 2002.

Critchley S. et Dews P., Deconstructive subjectivities, Albany 1996.

Dallery A. B. et Scott C. E., The Question of the Other : Essays in Continental Philosophy, New York 1989.

Dallery A. B. et Scott C. E., ROBERTS P. H., Ethics and danger, Albany, 1992.

Davis C., Lévinas. An introduction, Cambridge 1996.

De Boer T., The rationality of transcendence. Studies in the philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas, Amsterdam 1997.

Diamantides M.,

In the Company of Priests: Meaniglessness, Suffering and Compassion in the Thoughts of Nietzsche and Levinas : Cardozo Law Review, 24 (2003) 1275-1307.

The Ethics of Suffering : Modern Law, Philosophy and Medicine, Aldershot, Ashgate, 2000.

The Long Way to an Un-Disciplined Literature - A Review Essay : The Cardozo Journal of Law and Literature (2000) 51-78.

The Subject May Have Disappeared But Its Suffering Remains : 11 Law and Critique 2 (2000) 137-166.

The Violence of Irresponsibility - Enigmas of Medical Law 35 New Formations, special issue The Ethics of Violence (1999), Renata Salecl and Slavoj Zizek (eds), Lawrence and Wishart, London, pp.145-158.

The ethical obligation to show allegiance to the unknowable : Desmond Manderson (ed.) Courting Death, The Law of Mortality, London and Sterling: Pluto Press (1999) 181-193; Law and Social Theory Series.

Ethics in Law: Death Marks on a still life : 6 Law and Critique 2 (1995) 209-228.

Politicising Levinas: from the desire to escape to the desire to be hostage : G.& A. Horowitz (eds.), Levinas and Politics, Toronto University Press.

Dillon M., Politics of Security. Towards a political philosophy of continental thought, London 1996.

Doeser M. C. et Kraay J. N. (éd.), Facts and Values. Philosophical Reflections from Western and Nord-Western perspectives, Dordrecht 1986.

Dreyfus T., Philosophical Dialogue, Ramat-Gan 1993.

Dudiak J., The Intrigue of Ethics : A Reading of the Idea of Discourse in the Thought of Emmanuel Levinas , Fordham University Press, 2001; Perspectives in Continental Philosophy, No. 18.

Duncan D. M., The Pre-Text of Ethics : On Derrida and Levinas , Peter Lang Publishing, 2001; Studies in Theoretical and Applied Ethics, V. 4.

Eaglestone R., Ethical Criticism, Edinburgh Univ Press, 1998.

Eskenazi T. C., Gary A. P. (edit. et al.), Levinas and Biblical Studies , Society of Biblical Literature Semeia Studies, 2003.

Eskin M., Ethics and Dialogue : In the works of Levinas, Bakhtin, Mandel'Shtam, and Celan, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2001.

Fackenheim E. L. et Jospe R. (éd.), Jewish philosophy and the academy, London 1996.

Gantt E. E., Williams R. N. (edit.), Psychology for the Other: Levinas, Ethics and the Practice of Psychology, Duquesne Univ Press, 2002.

Gibbs R., Correlations in Rosenzweig and Lévinas, Princeton 1992.

Gibson A., Postmodernity Ethics and the Novel : From Leavis to Levinas, Routledge, London 1999.

Gill C. B. (éd.), Maurice Blanchot. The Demand of Writting, London 1996.

Hand S. (éd.),

The Levinas Reader (Blackwell Readers), 1990.

Facing the other. The ethics of Emmanuel Lévinas, Richmond 1996.

Handelman S. A., Fragments of Redemption. Jewish Thought and Literary Theory in Benjamin, Scholem, and Lévinas, Bloomington 1991.

Harasym S. (editor), Levinas and Lacan : The Missed Encounter , State Univ of New York Press, 1998; Suny Series in Psychoanalysis and Culture.

Hatley J., Suffering Witness : The Quandary of Responsibility after the Irreparable,
SUNY Press, Albany 2000.

Hendley S., From Communicative Action to the Face of the Other, Rowman & Littlefield, 2000.

Hutchens B., Levinas: : A Guide For The Perplexed, Continuum International Publishing Group - Mansell, 2004;

Hyde M. J., The Call of Conscience : Heidegger and Levinas, Rhetoric and the Euthanasia Debate, University of South Carolina Press, Columbia 2001.

Ihde Don (Préface), Emmanuel Levinas, Richard A. Cohen (Introduction), Unforeseen History, University of Illinois Press, 2004.

Katz C. E., Merold W. (edit.), Levinas, Judaism, and the Feminine : The Silent Footsteps of Rebecca , Indiana University Press, November 2003; Indiana Series in the Philosophy of Religion.

Katz C.E. (dir.), Emmanuel Levinas, Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis Books Lt, 24 novembre 2004.

Kearny R., States of Mind. Dialogues with contemporary Thinkers on the European Mind, Manchester 1995.

Kelly M., Pioneer of the Catholic revival. The ideas and influence of Emmanuel Lévinas, Bologna 1985.

Kemp P., Emmanuel Lévinas : ethics of the other, London 1997.

King K. D., Death and Responsibility : The "Work" of Levinas , State Univ of New York Press, 1999; Suny Series in Contemporary Continental, Philosophy.

Kosky J. L., Levinas and the Philosophy of Religion, Indiana University Press, 2001.

Kunz G., The Paradox of Power and Weakness : Levinas and an Alternative Paradigm for Psychology , Univ. of New York Press, 1998; Suny Series, Alternatives in Psychology.

Langsdorf L., Watson S. H., Boyer E. M., Phenomenology, interpretation, and community, Albany, 1996.

Large W., Emmanuel Levinas and Maurice Blanchot, Clinamen P., janvier 2005.

Levinas E. et al, Emmanuel Levinas : Basic Philosophical Writings , 1996; Studies in Continental Thought.

Libertson J., Proximity. Lévinas, Blanchot, Bataille and communication, The Hague1982.

Llewelyn J.,

  Beyond Metaphysics?, Atlantic highlands 1984.

  The middle voice of ecological conscience. A chiasmic reading of responsibility in the neighbourhood of Lévinas, Heidegger and others, New York 1991.

  Emmanuel Lévinas. The genealogy of ethics, London 1995.

  The Hypocritical Imagination: between Kant and Levinas, London, Routledge, 1999; Warwick Studies in European Philosophy.

  Appositions of Jacques Derrida and Emmanuel Levinas, Indiana University Press, 2002.

Manning R. J. S., Interpreting otherwise than Heidegger. Emmanuel Lévinas’s ethics as first philosophy, Pittsburgh 1993.

Melvyn New (edit. et al.), In Proximity : Emmanuel Levinas and the Eighteenth Century, Texas Tech University Press, 2001.

Mole G. D., Lévinas, Blanchot, Jabès. Figures of estrangement, Gainesville 1997.

Mortley R., French philosophers in conversation. Lévinas, Schneider, Serres, Irigaray, Le Doeuff, Derrida, London 1991.

Mosès S., System and revelation. The philosophy of Franz Rosenzweig. Foreword by Emmanuel Lévinas, Detroit 1992.

Newton A. Z., The Fence and the Neighbor: Emmanuel Levinas, Yeshayahu Leibowitz, and Israel Among the Nations , State Univ of New York Press, 2000; Suny Series in Jewish Philosophy (Paper).

Nordquist J., Emmanuel Lévinas : a bibliography, Santa Cruz 1997.

Oppenheim M. D., Speaking / writing of God : Jewish philosophical reflections on the life with others, New York 1997.

Peperzak A. T.,

  To the other : an introduction to the philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas, West Lafayette 1993.

  Platonic transformations. With and after Hegel, Heidegger and Lévinas, Lanham 1997.

  The Quest for Meaning : Friends of Wisdom from Plato to Levinas, Fordham University Press, 2003.

Peperzak A. T. (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995.

Peperzak A. T., Critchley S., Bernasconi R., Lévinas Emmanuel. Basic philosophical writing, Bloomington 1996.

Purcell M.,

  Mystery and Method : The Mystery of the Other and its Reduction in Rahner and Lévinas, Edinburgh 1996.

  Mystery and Method : The Other Rahner and Levinas, Marquette Univ Press, 1998.

  Levinas: An Introduction for Theologians,
Cambridge Univ Pr, 1 janvier 2005.

  Emmanuel Levinas: A Theological Introduction, Cambridge Univ Pr, 30 janvier 2005.

Rapaport H., Heidegger and Derrida. Reflections on time and language, Nebraska 1989.

Robbins J.,

  Prodigal son / Elder brother. Interpretation and alterity in Augustine, Petrarch, Kafka, Lévinas, Chicago 1991.

  Altered Reading : Levinas and Literature, University of Chicago Press, 1999.

Robbins J. (edit.), Is It Righteous to Be ? Interviews with Emmanuel Levinas, Stanford Univ Press, 2001.

Ross Fryer D., The Intervention of the Other: Ethical Subjectivity in Levinas and Lacan, Other Pr Llc., 2004; 1st march 2004

Roth J. K. (editor) et al., Ethics After the Holocaust : Perspectives, Critiques, and Responses, Paragon House, 1999.

Sagi A. et Statman D. (éd.), Between Religion and Ethics, Ramat Gan 1993.

Sallis J., Deconstruction and philosophy, Chicago 1987.

Sandford S., The Metaphysics of Love : Gender and Transcendence in Levinas, Athlone Press, 2001.

Saracino M., On Being Human : A Conversation With Lonergan and Levinas, Marquette Univ Press, 2004.

Schroeder B., Altered ground. Lévinas, history, and violence, London 1996.

Shankman S., Burmark L.l (edit.), Who, Exactly, Is the Other : Western and Transcultural Perspectives : A Collection of Essays, Univ of Oregon Press, 2002.

Sheffler Manning R. J.,

  Dialogues With Contemporary Continental Thinkers: The Phenomenological Heritage, Paul Ricoeur, Emmanuel Levinas, Herbert Marcuse, Stanislas Breton, Manchester Univ. Press, 1988.

  Interpreting Otherwise Than Heidegger : Emanuel Levinas's Ethics As First Philosophy, Duquesne Univ Press, 1993.

  Beyond Ethics to Justice Through Levinas and Derrida : The Legacy of Levinas, Franciscan Press, 2002.

Silverman H. J., Derrida and deconstruction : [Plato, Meister Eckhart, Descartes, Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche, Freud, Husserl Heidegger, Sartre, Lévinas, Foucault], New York 1989.

Simmons W. P., An-Archy and Justice: An Introduction to Emmanuel Levinas' Political Thought, Lexington Books, 2003.

Smith S. G., The argument to the other. Reason beyond reason in the thought of Karl Barth and Emmanuel Lévinas, Chico 1983.

Spiegelber H., The phenomenological movement. A historical introduction, The Hague 1982.

Srajek M. C., In the margins of deconstruction : Jewish conceptions of ethics in Emmanuel Lévinas and Jacques Derrida, Boston 1998.

Stegmaier W., Levinas, Herder, Freiburg - Basel - Wien 2002.

Stone Ira F., Reading Levinas/Reading Talmud : An Introduction, Jewish Publication Society, 1998.

Thomas E.L., Emmanuel Levinas: Ethics, Justice, and the Human Beyond Being.

Todd M., Reconsidering Difference : Nancy, Derrida, Levinas, and Deleuze, Pennsylvania State Univ Press, 1997.

Todd S., Learning from the Other : Levinas, Psychoanalysis, and Ethical Possibilities in Education , State of Univ of New York Press, 2003; Suny Series, Second Thoughts, New Theoretical Formations.

Toumayan A., Encountering the Other : The Artwork and the Problem of Difference in Blanchot and Levinas, Duquesne University Press, 2003.

Trezise T., Yale French Studies 104: Encounters With Levinas, Yale Univ Pr., 2004; 1st june 2004.

Tymieniecka A.-T. (éd.),

The phenomenology of man and of the human condition, Dordrecht 1983.

  Husserl’s Legacy in Phenomenological Philosophies. New Approaches to Reason, Language, hermeneutics, the Human Condition, Dordrecht 1991.

Valevičius A., From the other of the totally other : the religious philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas, New York 1998.

Vasseleu C., Textures of Light: Vision and Touch in Irigaray, Levinas and Merleau-Ponty , Routledge, 1998; Warwick Studies in European Philosophy.

Vries H. de , Hale G. (Traduction), Minimal Theologies: Critiques of Secular Reason in Adorno and Levinas, Johns Hopkins University Press, décembre 2004.

Wall T. Carl, Flesch W., Radical Passivity : Levinas, Blanchot and Agamben, State Univ of New York Press, 1999.

Ward G., Barth, Derrida, and the language of Theology, Cambridge 1995.

Webster J. (éd.), The possibilities of theology. Studies in the theology of Eberhard Jungel in his sixtieth year, Edinburgh, 1994.

Werkamp D., Emmanuel Lévinas : ethics and politics, New York 1977.

Wolff E.,

  Political Responsibility for a Globalised World. After Levinas’ Humanism. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2011 (285pp)

  De l’éthique à la justice. Langage et politique dans la philosophie de Lévinas  (From ethics to justice. Language and politics in the philosophy of Levinas) : Phaenomenologica 183. Dordrecht: Springer, 2007 (418pp)

Wood D. et Bernasconi R. (éd.), Derrida and Différance, Evanston, 1988.

Wright T., Twilight of Jewish Philosophy : Emmanuel Levinas' Ethical Hermeneutics, Routledge, 1999.

Wyschogrod E., Emmanuel Lévinas : the problem of ethical metaphysics, La Haye 1974; Perspectives in Continental Philosophy, 8, 2nd edition, Fordham University Press, 2000.

Ziarek K., Inflected language. Toward a hermeneutics of nearness : Heideggers, Lévinas, Stevens, Celan, Albany 1994.


Article

Ainley A., Amorous Discourses : “The Phenomenology of Eros” and Love Stories : R. Bernasconi et D. Wood (éd.), The provocation of Lévinas : rethinking the Other, London 1988, 70-82.

Armour L. et Johnston S., Community and the Taming of the Absolute : Laval Théologique et Philosophique 51 (1995) 507-528.

Atterton P.,

  Lévinas and the language of peace. A response to Derrida : Philosophy Today 36 (1992) 59-70.

  Lévinas’s Sceptical Critique of Metaphysics and anti-humanism’ : Philosophy Today 41 (1997) 491-506.

Avram W., On the priority of « ethics » in the work of Lévinas : Journal of Religious Ethics 24 (1996) 261-284.

Beauchesne R. J., The supernatural existential as desire. Karl Rahner and Emmanuel Lévinas revisited : Eglise et Théologie 23 (1992) 221-239.

Benso S.,

  Another Ascetic Priest : Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 27 (1996) 137-156.

  Of Things face-to-face with Lévinas face-to-face with Heidegger : Philosophy Today 40 (1996) 132-141.

Berezdivin R., 3 2 1 Contact. Textuality, the Other, Death : R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 190-200.

Bergo B., A Reading of Emmanuel Lévinas’s « Dieu et la Philosophie » : Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 16 (1993) 113-164.

Bernasconi R.,

  Lévinas face to face with Hegel : Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 13 (1982) 267-276.

  Lévinas and Derrida. The question of the closure of Metaphysics : R. A. Cohen (éd.), Face to face with Lévinas, Albany 1986, 181-203.

  Hegel and Lévinas. The possibility of forgiveness and reconciliation : Archivio di Filosofia 54 (1986) 325-346.

  “Failure of Communication” as a Surplus : Dialogue and Lack of Dialogue between Buber and Lévinas : R. Bernasconi et D. Wood (éd.), The provocation of Lévinas : rethinking the Other, London 1988, 100-135.

  The trace of Lévinas in Derrida : D. Wood et R. Bernasconi (éd.), Derrida and Différance, Evanston 1988, 13-30.

  Skepticism in the face of philosophy : R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 149-161.

  Who is my neighbour? Who is the Other? Questioning “the generosity of Western thought” : R. Bernasconi, Ethics and responsibility in the phenomenological tradition, Pittsburgh 1992, 1-31.

  “Only the persecuted…” : Language of the oppressor, language of the oppressed : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 77-86.

Bernasconi R. et Chanter T., The face of the Other. A review of the work of Emmanuel Lévinas : Religious Studies Review 16 (1990) 227-232.

Billings B., Emmanuel Lévinas : the primacy of pure practical reason : Man and World 27 (1994) 445-453.

Bloechl J., How Best to Keep a Secret ? On Love and Respect in Lévinas’ « Phenomenology of Eros » : Man and World 29 (1996) 1-17.

Blum R. P.,

  Emmanuel Lévinas’ theory of commitment: Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 44 (1983-1984) 145-168.

  Deconstruction and Creation : Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 46 (1985) 293-306.

Boothroyd D.,

  Responding to Lévinas : R. Bernasconi et D. Wood (éd.), The provocation of Lévinas : rethinking the Other, London 1988, 15-31.

  Lévinas and Nietzsche. In Between Love and Contempt : Philosophy Today 39 (1995) 345-357.

Bouckaert L., Ontology and Ethics: Reflections on Lévinas’ Critique of Heidegger : International Philosophy Quaterly 10 (1970) 402-419; International Philosophical Association 56 (1982) 194-206.

Bracher N., Facing History : Mauriac and Lévinas on Nazism : Journal of European Studies 23 (1993) 159-177.

Brody D. H., Emmanuel Lévinas : The Logic of Ethical ambiguity in Otherwise than Being or beyond Essence : Research in Phenomenology 25 (1995) 177-203.

Bruckstein A. S., The Height of the Good : Correlations in Rosenzweig’s and Lévinas : Religious Studies Review 23 (1997) 16-21.

Bruns G. L., Blanchot / Lévinas : Interruption (On the Conflict of Alterities) : Research in Phenomenology 26 (1996) 132-154.

Burggraeve R.,

  The ethical basis for a humane society according to Emmanuel Lévinas : Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 57 (1981) 5-57.

  The ethical meaning of money in the thought of Emmanuel Lévinas : Ethical Perspectives 2 (1995) 85-90.

Burke P., The Ethical Signifiance of the Face : Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 56 (1982) 194-206.

Busch T., Ethics and Ontology : Lévinas and Merleau-Ponty : Man and World 25 (1992) 195-202.

Campbell D., The Deterritorialization of Responsibility : Lévinas, Derrida, and Ethics after the End of Philosophy : Alternatives 19 (1994) 455-484.

Chalier C.,

  Ethics and the Feminine : R . Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-Reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 119-129.

  Emmanuel Lévinas. Responsibility and election : Royal Institute of Philosophy supplement 35 (1993) 63-76.

The philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas and the Hebraic tradition : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 3-12.

Chanter T.,

  Feminism and the Other : Bernasconi R. et Wood D. (éd.), The provocation of Lévinas : rethinking the Other, London 1988, 32-56.

  The Question of Death. The Time of the I and the Time of the Other : Irish Philosophical Journal 4 (1987) 94-119.

  Antigone’s Dilemna : R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 130-146.

Chapman H., Lévinas and the Concept of the Feminine : Warwick Journal of Philosophy 1 (1988) 65-83.

Ciaramelli F.,

  Lévinas’s ethical discourse between individuation and universality : R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 83-105.

  The riddle of the pre-original : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 87-94.

Cohen R. A.,

  Review of Existence and Existents : Man and World 12 (1979) 521-526.

  Emmanuel Lévinas. Happiness is a sensational time : Philosophy Today 25 (1981) 196-203.

The privilege of reason and play. Derrida and Lévinas : Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 45 (1983) 242-255.

  Lévinas, Rosenzweig, and the phenomenologies of Husserl and Heidegger : Philosophy Today 32 (1988) 165-178.

  Non-in-difference in the thought of Emmanuel Lévinas and Franz Rosenzweig : Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 13 (1988) 141-153.

Collester C., The philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas : Judaism 19 (1970) 344-354.

Comay R., Facies hippocratica [Lévinas, Benjamin] : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 223-234.

Critchley S.,

  “Bois”-Derrida’s final word on Lévinas : R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 162-189.

  Prolegoma to any post-deconstructive subjectivity : S. Critchley et P. Dews, Deconstructive subjectivities, Albany 1996, 13-45.

Davenport J. J., Levinas’s Agapeistic Metaphysics of Morals : Journal of Religious Ethics 26 (1998) 331-366.

Davies P., A Fine Risk. Reading Blanchot Reading Lévinas : R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 201-226.

De Boer T.,

  Beyond Being. Ontology and Eschatology in the Philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas : Philosophia Reformata 38 (1973) 17-29.

Judaism and Hellenism in the Philosophy of Lévinas and Heidegger : Archivio di filosofia 53 (1985) 197-215.

  Theology and the philosophy of religion according to Lévinas : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 161-171.

De Vries H., Adieu, à dieu, à Dieu : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 211-220.

Degnin F. D., Laughter and Metaphysics : Interruptions of Lévinas and Nietzsche : Philosophy Today 39 (1995) 31-46.

Derrida J., At this very moment in this work here I am : R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 11-48.

Drabinski J.,

  Between Representation and Being : Lévinas and Transcendental Thought : Skepteon 1 (1993) 57-72.

  The status of the transcendental in Lévinas’ thought : Philosophy Today 38 (1994) 149-158.

  The Hitler-Side of the Living Present in Lévinas and Husserl : Philosophy Today 40 (1996) 142-150.

Durfee H. A., War, politics and radical pluralism : Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 35 (1975) 549-558.

Dykeman C., Encountering the Face of the Other. The Implications of the Work of Emmanuel Lévinas for Research in Education : Journal of Thought 28 (1993) 5-15.

Eaglestone R., The Face of Emmanuel Lévinas and Philip II of Macedom : Diatribe 6 (1994) 9-20.

Ehman R. R., Emmanuel Lévinas : The phenomenon of the other : Man and World 8 (1975) 141-145.

Ford D. F., Hosting a dialogue: Jüngel and Lévinas on god, self and language : J. Webster (éd.) The possibilities of theology. Studies in the theology of Eberhard J£ungel in his sixtieth year, Edinburgh 1994, 23-59.

Gans S.,

  Ethics or ontology : Lévinas and Heidegger : Philosophy Today 16 (1972) 117-121.

Lévinas and Pontalis : Meeting the Other as in a Dream : R. Bernasconi et D. Wood (éd.), The provocation of Lévinas : rethinking the Other, London 1988, 83-90.

  Lacan and Lévinas : Toward an Ethical Psychoanalysis : Journal of the Britisch society for Phenomenology 28 (1997) 30-48.

Gerber R. J., Totality and Infinity : Hebraism and Hellenism. The Experiential Ontology of Emmanuel Lévinas : Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry 7 (1967) 177-188.

Gibbs R.,

  Substitution : Marcel and Lévinas : Philosophy and Theology 4 (1984) 171-186.

The other comes to teach me : A review of recent Lévinas publications : Man and World 24 (1991) 219-233.

  Blowing on the embers. Two Jewish works of Emmanuel Lévinas : a review essay : Modern Judaism 14 (1994) 99-113.

  Height and nearness. Jewish dimensions of radical ethics : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 13-23.

Gilkey L., Comments on Lévinas « Totalité et Infini » : Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte en Psychologie 64 (1972) 26-38.

Goicoechea D., Lévinas : The Sorrow of the Other that Claims Me Morally : Joyful Wisdom 2 (1992) 102-123.

Gottlieb R. S., Ethics and Trauma. Lévinas, feminism, and deep ecology : Cross Currents 44 (1994-1995) 233-266.

Greisch J.,

  Ethics and Ontology : Irish Philosophical Journal 4 (1987) 64-75.

  The Face and Reading. Inmediacy and Mediation: R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 67-82.

Handelman S. A., Facing the Other : Lévinas, Perelman and Rosenzweig : Religion and Literature 22 (1990) 61-84.

Hatley J., The sincerity of apology. Levinas’s resistance to the judgement of history : L. Langsdorf, S. H. Watson, E. M. Boyer, Phenomenology, interpretation, and community, Albany 1996.

Heaton J., The Other and Psychoterapy : R. Bernasconi et D. Wood (éd.), The provocation of Lévinas : rethinking the Other, London 1988, 5-14.

Hendley S., From Communicative Action to the Face of the Other : Habermas and Lévinas on the foundations of Moral Theory : Philosophy Today 40 (1996) 504-530.

Howells C., Sartre and Lévinas : R. Bernasconi et D. Wood (éd.), The provocation of Lévinas : rethinking the Other, London 1988, 91-99.

Irigaray L., Questions to Emmanuel Lévinas. On the Divinity of Love : R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 109-118.

Izzi J., Proximity in Distance : Lévinas and Plotinus : International Philosophical Quarterly 38 (1998) 5-16.

Jayme V. L.,

  Totality and the Intersubjective Relation in the Philosophy of Lévinas : Sophia. Journal of Philosophy 18 (1988) 16-30.

  Emmanuel Lévinas’ Philosophy of Responsible Subjectivity : Philippiniana Sacra 26 (1991) 227-262.

Jedraszewski M., On the paths of Cartesian freedom : Sartre and Lévinas : Analecta Husserliana 27 (1989) 671-683.

Jopling D.,

  Lévinas on Desire, Dialogue and the Other : American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 65 (1991) 405-427.

  Lévinas, Sartre and Understanding the Other : The Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 24 (1993) 214-231.

Joy M., Lévinas; Alterity, the feminine and women – A meditation : Studies in Religion 22 (1993) 463-485.

Kang Y. A., Lévinas on suffering and solidarity : Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 59 (1997) 482-504.

Kelbey C. A., An Introduction to Emmanuel Lévinas : Thought 49 (1974) 81-86.

Kelly A., Reciprocity and the Height of God. A defence of Buber against Lévinas : Sophia 34 (1995) 65-73.

Kemp P., Ricœur between Heidegger and Lévinas : Original Affirmation between Ontological Attestation and Ethical Injunction : Philosophy and Social Criticism 21 (1995) 41-61.

Keyes C. D., An evaluation of Lévinas’s Critique of Heidegger : Research in Phenomenology 11 (1972) 121-142.

Klemm D., Lévinas’ phenomenology of the Other and language as the Other in phenomenology : Man and World 22 (1989) 403-426.

Kosky J. L., After the Death of God. Emmanuel Lévinas and the Ethical Possibility of God: Journal of Religious Ethics 24 (1996) 235-259.

Kosky J. L., Avram W., Schweiker W., Discussion : Emmanuel Lévinas : Journal or Religious Ethics 24 (1996) 235-292.

Kowacs G., Question of Ultimate Meaning in Emmanuel Lévinas : Ultimate Reading and Meaning 14 (1991) 99-108.

Large W., On the meaning of the Word Other in Lévinas : Journal of the British society for Phenomenology 37 (1996) 36-52.

Lawton P. N.,

  A difficult freedom : Lévinas’ Judaism : Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 37 (1975) 681-691.

  Lévinas’ notion of the « there is » : Philosophy Today 20 (1976) 67-76; Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 37 (1975) 477-489.

  Love and Justice : Lévinas’ Reading of Buber : Philosophy Today 20 (1976) 77-83.

Libertson J., Lévinas and Husserl : Sensation and Intentionality : Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 41 (1979) 485-502.

Lichtigfeld A., On Infinity and totality in Hegel and Lévinas : South African Journal of Philosophy 2 (1983) 31-33.

Lingis A.,

  Emmanuel Lévinas and the intentional analysis of the libido : Philosophy in Context 8 (1978) 60-65.

  Face-to-Face : A phenomenological Meditation : International Philosophical Quarterly 19 (1979) 151-163.

Llewelyn J.,

      Lévinas, Derrida and Others Vis-à-vis : R. Bernasconi et D. Wood (éd.), The provocation of Lévinas : rethinking the Other, London 1988, 136-155.

  Am I Obsessed by Bobby? (Humanism of the Other Animal) : Bernasconi R . et Critchley S. (éd.), Re-Reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 234-245.

  Amen : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 199-209.

Loughlin G., Other discourses : New Blackfriars 75 (1994) 18-31.

MacDonald M. J., « Jewgreek and Greekjew. » The concept of the trace in Derrida and Lévinas : Philosophy Today 35 (1991) 215-227.

Maloney P., Lévinas, Substitution, and Transcendental Subjectivity : Man and World 30 (1997) 49-64.

Manning R. J. S., Thinking the Other Without Violence ? An Analysis of the Relation Between the Philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas and Feminism : The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 5 (1991) 132-143.

Masterson P., Ethics and Absolutes in the Philosophy of E. Lévinas : Neue Zeitschrift für systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie 25 (1983) 211-223.

McCollester C., The Philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas : Judaism : a quarterly Journal of Jewish Life and Thougt19 (1970) 344-354.

McGuirk B., On the Trajectory of Grosis : St. John of the Cross, Reverdy, Derrida, Lévinas : Nottingham French Studies 28 (1989) 93-107.

Meskin J.,

  From phenomenology to liberation. The displacement of History and Theology in Lévinas’s Totality and Infinity : Philosophy and Theology 4 (1989) 119-144.

  Language and Revelation in the philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas : Dissertation Abstracts International 52 (1991-1992) 3322.

The Jewish transformation of modern thought : Lévinas and Philosophy after Holocaust : Cross Currents 47 (1997-1998) 505-517.

Miller H., Reply to Bernhard Waldenfels : “Response and responsibility in Lévinas” : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 53-58.

Min A. K., Toward a Dialectic of Totality and Infinity Reflections on Emmanuel Lévinas : The Journal of Religion 78 (1998) 571-592.

Moreno Marquez C. A. M., The Curvature of Intersubjective Space : Sociality and Responsibility in the Thought of Emmanuel Lévinas : Analecta Husserliana 22 (1987) 343-352.

Moyn S. Judaism against paganism. Emmanuel Levinas's response to Heidegger and Nazism in the 1930s : History and memory 10 (1998) 25-58.

O’Connor N.,

  Being and the good : Heidegger and Lévinas : Philosophical Studies 27 (1980) 212-220.

  Intentionality Analysis and the Problem of Self and Other : The Journal of the British society for Phenomenology 13 (1982) 186-192.

  The Personal Is Political : Discursive Practice of the Face-to-Face : R. Bernasconi et D. Wood (éd.), The provocation of Lévinas : rethinking the Other, London 1988, 57-69.

  Who suffers ? : R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 229-233.

Olthuis J. H., Face-to-face : Ethical Asymmetry or the Summitry of Mutuality?: Studies in Religion : 25 (1996) 459-479.

Peperzak A. T.,

  Beyond Being : Research in Phenomenology 8 (1978) 239-261.

   Emmanuel Lévinas. Jewish experience and philosophy : Philosophy Today 27 (1983) 297-306.

  Phenomenology - Ontology - Metaphysics : Lévinas’ Perspective on Husserl and Heidegger : Man and World 16 (1983) 113-127.

  The one for the other. The philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas : Man and World 24 (1991) 427-459.

  Presentation [The Later Lévinas] : R. Bernasconi et S. Critchley (éd.), Re-reading Lévinas, Bloomington 1991, 51-66.

  Lévinas on technology and nature : Man and World 25 (1992) 469-482.

  Transcendence : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 185-192.

  Judaism and Philosophy in Lévinas : International Journal of Philosophy and Religion 40 (1996) 125-140.

Peters G., The Rhythm of Alterity : Lévinas and Aesthetics : Radical Philosophy 82 (1997) 9-16.

Pier J. M., Sartre / Lévinas. An Is / Ought of Ethics ? : Dialogue 31 (1989) 52-57.

Protevi J., Repeating the Parricide : Lévinas and the Question of Closure : Journal of the British society for Phenomenology 23 (1992) 21-32.

Purcell M.,

  Nec tamen consumebatur : Exodus 3 and 6 and the non-consumable Other in the philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas : Scottish Journal of Theology 48 (1995) 79-95.

  The natural desire for the beatific vision. Desiring the Other in Lévinas and “La Nouvelle Theology” : Philosophy & Theology 9 (1995) 29-48.

  The mystery of death. Alterity and affectivity in Lévinas : New Blackfriars 76 (1995) 524-534.

  The question Is. A consideration of the question in Rahner, Blanchot and Lévinas : Irish Theological Quarterly 61 (1995) 272-288.

Gloria Dei, Homo Vigilans : Walking up to Grace in Rahner and Lévinas : Louvain Studies 21(1996) 229-260.

  Reducing Rahner’s reduction towards the inter-subjective reduction after the thought of E. Lévinas : Antonianum 71 (1996) 391-408.

  The ethical signifiance of illeity (Emmanuel Lévinas) : Heythrop Journal 37 (1996) 125-138.

  An Agape of Eating : The Eucharist as Substitution (Lévinas) : Bijdragen 57 (1997) 318-336.

  Agreement and Disagreement : Thomas Reid and Emmanuel Lévinas : New Blackfriars 78 (1997) 66-75.

  Quasi-Formal Causality, or the Other-in-Me : Rahner and Lévinas : Gregorianum 78 (1997) 79-93.

Richard L.,

  The Possibility of the Incarnation according to Emmanuel Lévinas : Studies in Religion 17 (1988) 391-405.

  The irresponsible subject : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 123-131.

Robbins J., Tracing responsibility in Lévinas’s ethical thought : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 173-183.

Scott C. E., A people’s witness beyond politics : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 25-35.

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Srajek M. C., In the margins of deconstruction. Jewish conceptions of ethics in Emmanuel Lévinas and Jacques Derrida : Dissertation Abstracts International 54 (1993-1994) 2621-2622.

Strandjord J. P., The Politics and Ethics of Beauty : A Theological Reconsideration of Conscience with the Aid of Whitehead and Lévinas : Dissertation Abstracts International 57 (1996-1997) 3552-3553; Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht - Boston, Mass. 1998.

Strolz W., The Humanism of the Other. On the Philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas : Studies in Interreligious Dialogue 2 (1992) 51-64.

Surber J. P., Kant, Lévinas, and the thought of the « other » : Philosophy Today 38 (1994) 294-316.

Tallon A.,

  Emmanuel Lévinas and the problem of ethical metaphysics : Philosophy Today 20 (1976) 53-66.

  Intentionality, intersubjectivity, and the between : Buber and Lévinas on affectivity and the dialogical principle : Thought 53 (1978) 292-309.

  Non intentional affectivity, affective intentionality, and ethical in Lévinas’s philosophy: A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 107-121.

Tracis D., Response to Adriaan T. Peperzak : A. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 185-192.

Travis A., Drawing upon Lévinas to Sketch Out a heterotopics of Art and Tragedy : Research in Phenomenology 24 (1994) 69-96.

Tria W., The anthropology in Lévinas’ Philosophy and Evangelium Vitae : Philippiniana Sacra 31 (1996) 27-41.

Valevičius A., Emmanuel Lévinas : Some Basic Facts : Lituanus 33(1987) 18-26.

Vasey C. R.,

  Emmanuel Lévinas : From intentionality to proximity : Philosophy Today 25 (1981) 178-195.

  Faceless women and serious others. Lévinas, misogyny, and feminism : A. B. Dallery, C. E. Scott, P. H. Roberts, Ethics and danger, Albany 1992.

Visker, Rudi,

  The Core of my opposition to Lévinas. A clarification for Richard Rorty: Ethical Perspectives 4 (1997) 154-170.

  Dis-possessed : How to remain silent « after » Lévinas : Man and World 29 (1996) 119-146.

Waldenfels B., Response and responsibility in Lévinas : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 39-52.

Walsch R. D., Language and Responsibility in the Ethical Philosophy if Emmanuel Lévinas : Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 42 (1988) 95-105.

Ward G., The Revelation of the Holy Other as the Wholly Other. Between Barth’ Theology of the word and Lévinas’s Philosophy of saying : Modern Theology 9 (1993) 159-180.

Watson S. H.,

  Reason and the Face of the Other : Journal of the American Academy of Religion 54 (1986) 33-57.

Lévinas, the ethics of deconstruction, and the remainder of the sublime : Man and World 21(1988) 35-64.

Weber E., The notion of persecution in Lévinas’s “Otherwise than being or beyond essence”: A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 69-76.

Werhane P. H., Lévinas’s ethics. A normative perspective without metaethical constraints : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 59-67.

Westphal M.,

  Lévinas, Kierkegaard, and the Theological Task : Modern Theology 9 (1992) 241-261.

  Lévinas and the immediacy of the face : Faith and Philosophy 10 (1993) 486-502.

  Lévinas’s teleological suspension of the religious : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 151-160.

Willams R. R., Recognition and reciprocity : Fichte, Hegel and the Buber-Lévinas exchange: Phenomenological Inquiry 18 (1994) 5-23.

Wingenbach E., Liberating Responsibility : The Levinasian Ethic of “Being and Time” : International Philosophical Quaterly 36 (1996) 29-45.

Wirzba N., Teaching as Propaedeutic to Religion : The contribution of Lévinas and Kierkegaard : International Journal of Philosophy and Religion 39 (1996) 77-94.

Wischogrod E.,

  Emmanuel Lévinas and the Problem of Religious Language : The Thomist 36 (1972) 1-38.

  Doing before hearing : on the primacy of touch: F. Laruelle (éd.), Textes pour Emmanuel Lévinas, Paris 1980, 179-203.

  Lévinas : Philosophy & Theology 4 (1989-1990) 839-844.

  From Ethics to Language : The Imperative of the Other : Semiotica 97 (1993) 163-176.

The art in ethics. Aesthetics, objectivity, and alterity in the philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas : A. T. Peperzak (éd.), Ethics as first philosophy. The signifiance of Emmanuel Lévinas for philosophy, literature and religion, New York 1995, 137-148.

Wojtyla K, The degrees of being from the point of view of the phenomenology of action : Analecta Husserliana 11 (1981) 125-130.

Wolff E.,

  Responsibility and technics in Levinas and Jonas: Two strategies in response to the disorientation of ethics in the modern world: Philosophy Today, May 2011, pp. 127-143 

  Rethinking the conditions for inter-cultural interaction. A commentary on Levinas’ Humanism of the Other:  Taiwan Journal for South East Asian Studies 7/2, December 2010, pp. 113-147 (Special issue: The interaction between self and the others in the age of globalization)

  Le mal, le destin et l'éthique. Lévinas et le Voyage au bout de la nuit de Céline (Evil, fate and ethics. Levinas and Céline’s Voyage au bout de la nuit) : Etudes littéraires 41/2, 2010, pp. 133-145

  The quest for justice versus the rights of the other? :  Sofia Philosophical Review III/2, 2009, pp. 69-78.

  The State and politics in a post-colonial, global order. Reconstruction and criticism of a Levinasian perspective : SA Publiekreg/ Public Law 24/2, 2009, pp. 352–369. [Thematic issue: "States of Statelessness: Politicide and constitution in the African Postcolony]

  The constellation subject-women-God in the ethics of Levinas :  Journal for Semitics 16/2 2007, pp. 587-603

  Giving up your place in history. The “position” of Levinas in philosophy and Jewish thought: Journal for Semitics 16/1 2007, pp. 180-193.

  Levinas, lecteur de Husserl (Levinas, reader of Husserl):  Studia Philosophia 2/2006 (appeared 2007), pp. 127-144.

Ziarek E. P.,

  The Rhetoric of Failure and Deconstruction : Philosophy Today 40 (1996) 80-90

  Semantic of Proximity : Language and the Other in the Philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas : Research in Phenomenology 19 (1989) 213-217.

  The Language of Praise : Lévinas and Marion : Religion and Literature 22 (1990) 93-108.


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