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Graham Harman and the Levinas Challenge

Emmanuel Levinas maintained that, in a context which includes living beings – beings who consciously experience being, the ethical has priority even over ontology. This priority arises from the apparent fact that at least some living beings are able to … Continue reading

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More than Justified

An essay regarding the natures of love, values, justification, and being with particular reference to Emmanuel Levinas In an excerpt from his book, One Body, Alexander Pruss says, It is not love … that justifies the general willingness to act … Continue reading

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