Language, ethics, and the other between athens and jerusalem: A comparative study of Plato and Rosenzweig
Graduate studies at Western
Philosophy East and West 45 (4):545-567 (1995)
|Abstract||A comparative study of Plato's "Republic" and Rozenzweig's "Stern der Eriösung" proposed that the way of speaking determines which reality can be spoken and what types of relationality are possible. Rhetorical analysis shows that Plato's philosophy of language, in contrast to Rozenzweig's, undervalues the relational possibilities of time, alterity, and language. This is revealed through a study of the place and significance of the genera of arts for thinking and society|
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