An Annual Review
Jeffrey Bloechl, Editor
Levinas Studies is a peer-reviewed series dedicated to scholarly work on the innovations and implications of the thought of Emmanuel Levinas. The series invites papers contributing to the advancement of reflection on Levinas’s thinking, in its pertinence for fields including philosophy, psychology, religious studies, theology, and the study of literature. Published authors include Robert Bernasconi, James Falconer, Emmanuel Levinas, Ze’ev Levy, Jean-Luc Marion, Paola Marrati, Adriaan Peperzak, Andrew Tallon, and Laszlo Tengelyi. Established in 2005, Levinas Studies is published annually by Duquesne University Press.
“This collection .... carries Levinas’s thought forward with new questions and research rather than summarizing what’s already been written.” — Janus Head
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