Yale French Studies, Number 104: Encounters with Levinas
Thomas Trezise (Editor)
Encountering the Modern Subject in Levinas
Transcendence, Morality, and History: Emmanuel Levinas and the Discovery of Soren Kierkegaard in France
"I more than the others" Dostoevsky and Levinas
What Other Are We Talking About?
Otherwise: A Reading of Emmanuel Levinas's Otherwise than Being or Beyond Essence
Figuration: Emmanuel Levinas and the Image
Levinas's Other and the Culture of the Copy
Yale University Press
November 10, 2003
6.06 X 0.45 X 9.08 inches | 0.49 pounds
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About the Author
Thomas Trezise is Professor of French at Princeton University, where he teaches modern French literature, literary theory, continental philosophy, and Holocaust Studies. His previous publications include Into the Breach: Samuel Beckett and the Ends of Literature, the French translation of Paul de Man's Allegories of Reading, the American edition and co-translation of Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe's The Subject of Philosophy, and an edited collection entitled Encounters with Levinas.