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After the Holocaust

01 Mar 2016-pp 39-51
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Book
01 Jan 1967
TL;DR: The essays collected here provide English-speaking readers with a lucid and accessible introduction to the world of France's leading contemporary philosopher as discussed by the authors, who was a classic student textbook for philosophy.
Abstract: The essays collected here provide English-speaking readers with a lucid and accessible introduction to the world of France's leading contemporary philosopher. A classic student textbook.

4,493 citations

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31 Jul 1981
TL;DR: The Argument as discussed by the authors argues that intentionality and sensing are essential for intentionality, and that sensitivity and propriety are necessary for proximity, and subjectivity and infinity is necessary for infinity.
Abstract: The Argument.- I. Essence and Disinterest.- The Exposition.- II. Intentionality and Sensing.- III. Sensibility and Proximity.- IV. Substitution.- V. Subjectivity and Infinity.- In Other Words.- VI. Outside.- Notes.

2,090 citations

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01 Jan 1961

1,628 citations

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01 Jan 1972
TL;DR: The fact is that the so-called European civilization, as it has been shaped by two centuries of bourgeois rule, is incapable of solving the two major problems to which its existence has given rise: the problem of the proletariat and the colonial problem.
Abstract: A civilization that proves incapable of solving the problems it creates is a decadent civilization. A civilization that chooses to close its eyes to its most crucial problems is a stricken civilization. A civilization that uses its principles for trickery and deceit is a dying civilization. The fact is that the so-called European civilization – "Western" civilization as it has been shaped by two centuries of bourgeois rule, is incapable of solving the two major problems to which its existence has given rise: the problem of the proletariat and the colonial problem; that Europe is unable to justify itself either before the bar of "reason" or before the bar of "conscience"; and that, increasingly, it takes refuge in a hypocrisy which is all the more odious because it is less and less likely to deceive. Europe is indefensible. Apparently that is what the American strategists are whispering to each other. That in itself is not serious. What is serious is that "Europe" is morally, spiritually indefensible. And today the indictment is brought against it not by the European masses alone, but on a world scale, by tens and tens of millions of men who, from the depths of slavery, set themselves up as judges. The colonialists may kill in Indochina, torture in Madagascar, imprison in Black Africa, crackdown in the West Indies. Henceforth, the colonized know that they have an advantage over them. They know that their temporary, "masters" are lying. Therefore, that their masters are weak. And since I have been asked to speak about colonization and civilization, let us go straight to the principal lie which is the source of all the others. Colonization and civilization?

1,370 citations

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01 Jan 1983
TL;DR: Buku ini menjelaskan mengenai berbagai pemikiran dalam dunia filsafat yang dikemukakan oleh para filosof diantaranya Gorgias, plato, Kant, Aristoteles, Hegel, levinas dan Cashinahua.
Abstract: Buku ini menjelaskan mengenai berbagai pemikiran dalam dunia filsafat yang dikemukakan oleh para filosof diantaranya Gorgias, plato, Kant, Aristoteles, Hegel, levinas dan Cashinahua.

1,055 citations