an interpretative phenomenology of sensibility and intersubjectivity
Levinas's work is informed by his attempt to formulate a new ethical response towards other human beings in the light of the Holocaust. His proposal of an originary ethics, positing the primacy of the other, introduces the need of a serious reevaluation of the concepts of responsibility, substitution and transcendence.
Bergo, B. (2011)., Levinas's project: an interpretative phenomenology of sensibility and intersubjectivity, in M. Joy (ed.), Continental philosophy and philosophy of religion, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 61-88.
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