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  1. Roger Burggraeve (forthcoming). Volunteering and Ethical Meaningfulness. Foundations of Science:1-4.
    Drawing on Victor Frankl’s observations, this comment illustrates how human beings are prior to any initiative that is pre-directed towards meaning. In pointing to this human condition, it introduces a subtle distinction between striving for happiness and a will for meaning, yet it is in the trans-ethical meaningful acts that a relation can be found with the witnessing as referred to by Note and Van Daele.
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  2. Roger Burggraeve (2013). Het scheppingsbegrip bij Levinas: Bipolariteit Van autonomie en heteronomie. Bijdragen 42 (4):366-391.
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  3. Roger Burggraeve (2009). Proximity with the Other: A Multidimensional Ethic of Responsibility in Levinas. Dharmaram Publications.
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  4. Roger Burggraeve (2008). Introduction : Awakened Into Vigilance : In Conversation with a Recalcitrant Thinker. In , The Awakening to the Other: A Provocative Dialogue with Emmanuel Levinas. Peeters.
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  5. Roger Burggraeve (2008). No One Can Save Oneself Without Others" : An Ethic of Liberation in the Footsteps of Emmanuel Levinas. In , The Awakening to the Other: A Provocative Dialogue with Emmanuel Levinas. Peeters.
     
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  6. Roger Burggraeve (ed.) (2008). The Awakening to the Other: A Provocative Dialogue with Emmanuel Levinas. Peeters.
  7. Roger Burggraeve & Johan de Tavernier (eds.) (2008). Responsibility, God, and Society: Theological Ethics in Dialogue: Festschrift, Roger Burggraeve. Peeters.
     
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  8. W. W. Deidrich, Roger Burggraeve & Chris Gastmans (2006). Towards a Levinasian Care Ethic: A Dialogue Between the Thoughts of Joan Tronto and Emmanuel Levinas. Ethical Perspectives 13 (1):33-61.
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  9. W. Wolf Diedrich, Roger Burggraeve & Chris Gastmans (2006). Towards a Levinasian Care Ethic. Ethical Perspectives 13 (1):31-59.
    In this paper, we suggest the likely effects of the application of Emmanuel Levinas’s philosophy to the care ethic, particularly as it is represented by the author Joan Tronto, one of the most cogent exponents of care ethics.Thus, we ask: does Levinas’s philosophy have enough in common with the care ethic to be able to overlap it and fruitfully address shared issues of pressing importance? And, is Levinas’s philosophy different enough to challenge the care ethic and help it grow in (...)
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  10. Roger Burggraeve (2005). The Good and its Shadow: The View of Levinas on Human Rights as the Surpassing of Political Rationality. [REVIEW] Human Rights Review 6 (2):80-101.
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  11. Roger Burggraeve (1999). Violence and the Vulnerable Face of the Other: The Vision of Emmanuel Levinas on Moral Evil and Our Responsibility. Journal of Social Philosophy 30 (1):29-45.
  12. Roger Burggraeve (1997). Emmanuel Levinas: Thinker Between Jerusalem and Athens A Philosophical Biography. Journal of Social Philosophy 28 (1):110-126.
    Emmanuel Levinas died a few days before he would have been ninety years old, on December 25, 1995, very early on a Monday morning, in the Paris clinic of Beaujon, where he had been admitted the previous day with serious heart complications.
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  13. Roger Burggraeve (1995). The Ethical Meaning of Money in the Thought of Emmanuel Levinas. Ethical Perspectives 2 (2):85-90.
    In the view of the Franco-Jewish philosopher Emmanuel Levinas money has a multitude of anthropological and ethical meanings, not excluding contradictions. For money functions on different levels, namely on that of the I and the effort of its being, that of the relation with the other and that of the ‘third’, that is to say on the socio-economical and judicial level.It will have become clear that Levinas’ philosophical approach to money not only offers a phenomenological description, but also expressly formulates (...)
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  14. Roger Burggraeve (1994). Prohibition and Taste. Ethical Perspectives 1 (3):130-144.
    John-Paul II’s encyclical Veritatis Splendor examines the commandments, in particular the Decalogue. In so far as it is the expression of ‘natural law’ applicable and reflexively accessible to all, it is a permanent charter not only of Christian inspired ethics but of every human ethic . Using the story of the rich young man, cited in the encyclical’s first chapter, we would like to elucidate in the first part, and in our own way, how prohibitions open the way for freedom (...)
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  15. Roger Burggraeve (1986). Emmanuel Levinas en de verantwoordelijkheid in de bijbelse scheppingsvisie. de Uil van Minerva: Tijdschrift Voor Geschiedenis En Wijsbegeerte van de Cultuur 3 (4):27-45.
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  16. Roger Burggraeve (1986). Mijn verantwoordelijkheid gaat aan mijn vrijheid vooraf. Een herdefiniëring van het solidariteitsbegrip in het spoor van Emmanuel Levinas. de Uil van Minerva: Tijdschrift Voor Geschiedenis En Wijsbegeerte van de Cultuur 2 (3):203-222.
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  17. Roger Burggraeve (1985). From Self-Development to Solidarity: An Ethical Reading of Human Desire in its Socio-Political Relevance According to Emmanuel Lévinas. Peeters.