Primo Levi and Humanism After Auschwitz: Posthumanist Reflections

Palgrave-Macmillan (2009)

Abstract

Judaism, enlightenment, and the end of theodicy -- The shadowed violence of culture -- Survivor testimony and the Hegelian subject -- Ethics and ontology in Auschwitz and after -- Traumatic history -- The art of separation from chemistry to racial science -- The work of genocide -- Conclusion: a new humanism?.

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