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Ethics and Infinity: An Introduction to the Thinking of Philosopher Emmanuel Levinas
In recent years the name Emmanuel Levinas has garnered a great deal of attention among students of philosophy. Religious thinkers and students of ethics alike have found his voice an especially compelling one. A seminar on the thinking of Levinas was recently offered to faculty at BYU. We'll visit with professor James Faulconer of the department of philosophy, and with Keith Lane, who teaches religion at BYU-Hawaii. Learn about the thought-legacy of one of the twentieth-century's preeminent thinkers. How do we situate Levinas in the unending flow of philosophical concerns?—Original airdate: 7/31/2006

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