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    Substitution.Robert B. Gibbs - 1989 - Philosophy and Theology 4 (2):171-185.
    The subject is under siege. In many disciplines the self that modem thought established and fortified has fallen to critique. But while many explore the implications for epistemology, for literary theory, for psychology, or for history and social thought, few writers have pondered the question in terms of ethics. After all, ethics must rest on a subject, a person who makes choices and decides for various reasons to commit acts in one’s own name. l suggest that ethics can survive the (...)
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    Substitution: Marcel and Levinas.Robert B. Gibbs - 1989 - Philosophy and Theology 4 (2):171-185.
    The subject is under siege. In many disciplines the self that modem thought established and fortified has fallen to critique. But while many explore the implications for epistemology, for literary theory, for psychology, or for history and social thought, few writers have pondered the question in terms of ethics. After all, ethics must rest on a subject, a person who makes choices and decides for various reasons to commit acts in one’s own name. l suggest that ethics can survive the (...)
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    Law and Ethics.Robert B. Gibbs - 2006 - Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 62 (2/4):395 -.
    Aim of this article is to suggest that Contemporary Jewish Philosophy take step from Ethics to a focus on Ethics and Law. In a commentary manner, this essay explores the thought of Hermann Cohen, Franz Rosenzweig and Emmanuel Levinas, to see how their dialogical ethics becomes an exploration of the relation of commandments and laws. The dialogical relation is not lost, but remains a central aspect in theories of law. Moreover, the key aspect of the inquiry revolves around the temporality (...)
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