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Levinas and the Philosophy of ReligionNd theological import of Levinas's phenomenology kosky stresses that evinas is first and Kosky stresses that Levinas is first and a phenomenologist and that the relationship between religion and philosophy in his ethics should cast doubt on the assumption that a natural or inevitable and philosophy in his ethics should cast doubt on the assumption that a natural or inevitable exists between deconstruction and atheismJeffrey L Kosky is translator of On Descartes' Metaphysical Prism The Constitution and the Limits of Onto theo ogy in Cartesian Thought by Jean Luc Marion He has taught at Williams CollegeIndiana Series in the Philosophy of Religion Merold Westphal general editorMay 2001272 pages 6 18 x 9 14 bibl index appendcloth 0

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33925 1 3995 s 3050. Placing Levinas in relation to Hegel and Nietzsche Husserl And Heidegger Derrida And Marion Husserl and HEIDEGGER DERRIDA AND MARION DEVELOPS RELIGIOUS Derrida and Marion develops religious found in Levinas's work and offers a way to think and speak about ethics and morality within the horizons of contemporary philosophy of religion Kosky embraces the entire scope of Levinas's writings from Totality and Infinity to Otherwise than Being contrasting Levinas's early religious and moral thought with that of his ater works while exploring the nature of phenomenological reduction the relation of religion and philosophy the uestion of whether Levinas can be considered a Jewish thinker and the religious Levinas and the Philosophy of ReligionJeffrey L KoskyReveals the interplay of phenomenology And Religion In Levinas's religion in Levinas's examines Levinas's thought from the perspective of the philosophy of religion and he does so in a way that is attentive to the philosophical nuances of Levinas's argument "an insightful well written and carefully documented study that uniuely illuminates Levinas's work John D CaputoFor readers who suspect there " insightful well written and carefully documented study that uniuely illuminates Levinas's work John D CaputoFor readers who suspect there no place for religion and morality in postmodern philosophy Jeffrey L Kosky suggests otherwise in this skillful interpretation of no place for religion and morality in postmodern philosophy Jeffrey L Kosky suggests otherwise in this skillful interpretation of ethical and religious dimensions of Emmanuel Levinas's thought. ,