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iv. ethics
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Brian Caterino Cognition and Morality: Lyotard on Addressors, Addressees, and Ethics
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Jerome A. Miller Deconstruction and Suffering: The Way to the Ethical
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Wendy Farley Emmanuel Levinas: Ethics as Domination or Desire
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Jill Robbins Facing Figures: Levinas and the Claims of Figural Interpretation
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Notes
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Index
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Arleen B. Dallery, Charles E. Scott Introduction
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part 1. heidegger and politics
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Samuel IJsseling Heidegger and Politics
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William J. Richardson Heidegger's Truth and Politics
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Françoise Dastur Three Questions to Jacques Derrida
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John D. Caputo Spirit and Danger
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David Farrell Krell Of Spirit and the Daimon: On Derrida's De l'esprit
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Véronique M. Fóti Alētheia and Oblivion's Field: On Heidegger's Parmenides Lectures
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Babette E. Babich Questioning Heidegger's Silence: A Postmodern Topology
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part 2. heidegger's thought
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Peg Birmingham Ever Respectfully Mine: Heidegger on Agency and Responsibility
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Tina Chanter Metaphysical Presence: Heidegger on Time and Eternity
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Rebecca Comay Framing Redemption: Aura, Origin, Technology in Benjamin and Heidegger
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John van Buren The Young Heidegger, Aristotle, Ethics
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Klaus Held, Anthony J. Steinbock The Finitude of the World: Phenomenology in Transition from Husserl to Heidegger
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Joseph C. Flay Hegel, Heidegger, Derrida: Retrieval as Reconstruction, Destruction, Deconstruction
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