Kierkegaard and Levinas: The Subjunctive Mood

Ashgate (2009)
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Preface -- Identity and the subjunctive -- Representing the seducer -- Interrupting philosophy: -- The complaint about knowledge -- Transcendence and negativity -- The moodiness of the subjunctive -- The accusation of ethics -- Working through love -- The subjunctive hopes all things -- Freedom -- Suffering, faith, and forgiveness -- Concluding with the unscientific.
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Call number B4377.S425 2009
ISBN(s) 9780754617112   0754617114
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