Lévinas, Emmanuel
(1906-95)
   refer to the entries on 'ontology' and 'phenomenology'.

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  • LEVINAS, EMMANUEL — (1906–1995), philosopher and Jewish thinker. Levinas was born in Kovno, Lithuania. He grew up in a Jewish home that was open to European culture. In 1915 the Jews of Kovno were expelled and Levinas attended public high school in Karkhov, Ukraine …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Levinas, Emmanuel — ▪ 1996       Lithuanian born French philosopher who combined the ideas of the German Phenomenologists Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger; after World War II he was admired as a scholar of Judaism, especially the Talmud (b. Dec. 30, 1905 [Jan. 12 …   Universalium

  • Levinas, Emmanuel — (1905 95)    French philosopher, of Lithuanian origin. He became head of the Ecole Normale Orientale of the Alliance Israelite Universelle in Paris, and taught at the University of Paris at Nanterre. His writings include De I existence a… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Levinas, Emmanuel — See Religion ( …   History of philosophy

  • Lévinas, Emmanuel — (1906 95)    refer to the entries on ontology and phenomenology …   The Deleuze dictionary

  • Emmanuel Levinas — Philosophe occidental contemporain Naissance 12 janvier 1906 Décès 25 décembre 1995 (à 89 ans) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Emmanuel Levinas — (ins Französische übertragen auch Lévinas)[1] (* 30. Dezember 1905jul./ 12. Januar 1906greg. in Kaunas, Litauen; † 25. D …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Emmanuel Lévinas — Emmanuel Levinas Emmanuel Levinas (ins Französische übertragen auch Lévinas)[1] (* 30. Dezember 1905jul./ 12. Januar 1906greg. in Kaunas, Litauen; † 25. Dezember 1995 in …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Emmanuel Lévinas — Emmanuel Levinas Pour les articles homonymes, voir Levinas. Emmanuel Levinas Philosophe occidental contemporain …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Lévinas — Emmanuel Levinas Pour les articles homonymes, voir Levinas. Emmanuel Levinas Philosophe occidental contemporain …   Wikipédia en Français

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