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Saintly Influence

Edith Wyschogrod and the Possibilities of Philosophy of Religion [Paperback]

by Martin Kavka

    • Author

      Martin Kavka

    • Book Format

      Paperback

    • Publisher

      Fordham University Press

    • Published

      October 2009

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      Since the publication of her first book, the first about Levinas published in English, Edith Wyschogrod has been at the forefront of continental philosophy and philosophy of religion. In this volume, twelve scholars examine and display the influence of Wyschogrod's work in essays that take up the thematics of influence in a variety of contexts: Christian theology, the saintly behavior of the villagers of Le Chambon sur Lignon, the texts of the medieval Jewish mystic Abraham Abulafia, the philosophies of Levinas, Derrida, and Benjamin, the practice of intellectual history, the cultural memory of the New Testament, and pedagogy.

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      • Author

        Martin Kavka

      • Book Format

        Paperback

      • Publisher

        Fordham University Press

      • Published

        October 2009

      • Weight

        477g

      • Page Count

        228

      • Dimensions

        150 x 227 x 23 mm

      • ISBN

        9780823230884

      • ISBN-10

        0823230880

      • Eden Code

        3115710

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      • Author/Creator: Martin Kavka

      • ISBN: 9780823230884

      • Publisher: Fordham University Press

      • Release Date: October 2009

      • Weight: 477g

      • Dimensions: 150 x 227 x 23 mm

      • Eden Code: 3115710


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