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Levinas and Theology (Philosophy And Theology Series)

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The thought of Emmanuel Levinas is of increasing importance for those working in the diverse fields of phenomenology and continental philosophy, French studies, Jewish studies, ethics, politics and religious studies. In this book, Nigel Zimmermann gives proper attention to the...


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The thought of Emmanuel Levinas is of increasing importance for those working in the diverse fields of phenomenology and continental philosophy, French studies, Jewish studies, ethics, politics and religious studies. In this book, Nigel Zimmermann gives proper attention to the 'incarnate' aspect of the 'other' in Levinas' work, providing a theological reading that explores the basic strands of Levinas' thinking regarding the concrete nature of human living. Human communities, in which politics inevitably plays a crucial role, may learn much from the theological shape of Levinas' philosophy. In all his writings, Levinas cannot be understood apart from his roles as a Talmudic commentator and as a radical thinker who suffered personally under the shadow of the Holocaust.

-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 387608
  • Product Code 9780567606525
  • ISBN 056760652X
  • EAN 9780567606525
  • Pages 208
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Bloomsbury T&t Clark
  • Publication Date Sep 2013
  • Dimensions 216 x 138 x 10mm
  • Weight 0.405kg

Nigel Zimmermann

Nigel Zimmermann lectures in theology at the University of Notre Dame Australia. He completed his PhD at the University of Edinburgh and has been a Wingate Scholar since 2011. His previous work has appeared in The Heythrop Journal and The Tablet.

  • Preface 1. Introduction: The Provocation Of Levinas 2. Being's Other 3. 'would You Like To Do A Bit Of Theology?' Levinas And The Theological Turn 4. The Disturbance Of Theology 5. Preferring The Shadows: The 'little Faith' Of Israel 6. The Return Of God? 7. Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index

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