The book Portrays how Levinas visualizes Ethics referring to the ‘face-to-face’ or ethical relation to the human other. It describes systematically how Levinas presents us with a most unusual conception of ethics as based on the radical us with a most unusual conception of ethics as based on the radical asymmetry of responsibility. The author analytically gives Levinas account of ethics, as not a quest for perfection or personal accomplishment, but a prophetic witness claiming the responsibility to the other. This book will be enriching and inspiring to all those who are deeply interested in ethical relationship claiming responsibility for the other without expecting any reward.
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