Thursday, July 01, 2010

Philosophy in a Time of Error on Levinas.
“Ethics precedes ontology” is [...] perhaps, the weirdest “I’ll out a priori you” moment in 20th century continental. Kant: a priori to the empirical are the concepts of the understanding; Heidegger: ontology precedes Kant; Levinas: I’ll see your ontology and raise you an ethics…
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