By Corey Beals

Without delay demanding the present interpretation, Corey Beals explores the guidelines of twentieth-century thinker Emmanuel Levinas's inspiration of affection, love's relation to knowledge, and the way love makes the opposite seen to us. Distinguishing love from different kinds of knowledge, Beals argues that Levinas's "wisdom of affection" is a true threat, one that gives you precedence to ethics over ontology.

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