A Political Ethics of Intersubjectivity: Between Hannah Arendt, Emmanuel Levinas and the Judaic.
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AbstractTABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: In Search of A Political Ethics of Intersubjectivity A. Life Stories B. Framing A Political Ethics of Intersubjectivity C. In Search of A Political Ethics of Intersubjectivity Part 1: Hannah Arendt and the Plurality of the Political Chapter 1: Between Totalitarianism and The Political A. The Phenomenology of Totalitarianism B. The Political: Creating a World Together C. Realms and Spaces: Intimate, Private, Social and Public Chapter 2: The Political: Between Particularity and Plurality A. Plurality: The Condition of Action B. The Political as Between C. Particularity: Thinking as ‘2-in-1’ Chapter 3: Between Ethics and The Political A. Promises and Forgiveness: Arendt’s Ethics B. Judgement: Between Ethics and the Political C. Responsibility: Intersubjectivity in Action D. An Arendtian Inspired Political Ethics Part 2: Emmanuel Levinas and the Alterity of Ethics Chapter 4: From Philosophy to Ethics A. From Ontology to Ethics B. Ethics as First Philosophy Chapter 5: From Responsibility to Justice A. Responsibility for the Other B. Political Messianism C. Levinas’ Political Philosophy Chapter 6: From Ethics to Politics A. Politics and the Political B. The State, Human Rights and Peace C. Levinas’ Ethical Polis Part 3: Levinas, Arendt and the Judaic Chapter 7: Emmanuel Levinas and the Judaic A. The Meaning of the Judaic B. The Talmudic Readings C. The Judaic Contribution Chapter 8: Hannah Arendt and the Judaic A. Resonances of the Judaic in Arendt’s Thought B. Arendt and the Midrashic Tradition C. Meaning, Stories and the Judaic Chapter 9: Arendt, Levinas and the Judaic A. A Judaic Philosophical Anthropology of Hope B. Judaic Relationality C. Judaic Responsibility D. Levinas and Education E. Arendt and Education: Secular or Judaic? Conclusion: Towards A Political Ethics of Intersubjectivity A. A Background that Comes to the Foreground B. Diverging Terms or Diverging Paths? C. A ‘Foundation’ for Ethics and the Political D. The Praxis of Political Ethics E. Political Ethics or Ethical Polis? F. Towards a Political Ethics of Intersubjectivity