|aLevinas's philosophy of time :|bgift, responsibility, diachrony, hope /|cby Eric R. Severson.
|aPittsburgh, Pennsylvania :|bDuquesne University Press,|c2013.
|aPittsburgh, Pennsylvania :|bDuquesne University Press,|c
|axi, 372 pages ;|c23 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 341-358) and index.
|aTime, in the beginning -- The freedom and horror of the instant -- From darkness to the other -- The recession of time -- Between four walls -- Time in transition -- Diachrony and narration -- The time of restoration.
|a"A chronological approach that examines the progression of Levinas's deliberations on time over six decades, thus providing new insights about aspects of Levinasian thought that have consistently troubled readers, including the differences between Levinas's early and later writings, his controversial invocation of the feminine, and the blurry line between philosophy and religion in his work"--Provided by publisher.