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    Annette Aronowicz (2006). Remembering the Western History of Forgetting: An Idea of Europe. History and Theory 45 (3):416–423.
    Lethe: The Art and Critique of Forgetting. By Harald Weinrich.
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    Annette Aronowicz (2006). The State and the Jews: Reflections on Difficult Freedom. Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy 14 (1):109-130.
    This essay examines the contrast between two conceptions of the universal, one represented by the modern State and the other by the Jewish people. In order to do so, it returns to the collection of essays on Judaism Levinas wrote in the approximately two decades after the Second World War, Difficult Freedom . Its aim is to focus specifically on the political dimension within this collection and then to step back and reflect on how his way of speaking of the (...)
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    Annette Aronowicz (1993). The Secret of the Man of Forty. History and Theory 32 (2):101-118.
    In one of his last essays, "Clio--Dialogue de l'histoire et de l'âme païenne," Charles Péguy meditates at length on the human being's position in time, what he sometimes calls the secret of the man of forty. It is an inescapable secret to which all people are privy, provided they live to the requisite age. Once one knows the secret, it reshapes one's relationship to others and, as a result, what one notices about them, the evidence itself. Péguy provides several examples (...)
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    Annette Aronowicz (1995). Emmanuel Levinas's Talmudic Commentaries: The Relation of the Jewish Tradition to the Non, Jewish World. In Elliot N. Dorff & Louis E. Newman (eds.), Contemporary Jewish Ethics and Morality: A Reader. Oxford University Press 212.
     
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