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Introduction 1. Philosophy as ethical exegesis Part I. Exceeding Phenomenology: 2. Bergson and the emergence of an ecological age 2. Science: phenomenology, intuition, philosophy 3. The good work of Edmund Husserl: Genesis and exegesis 4. Better than a questionable Heidegger Part II. Good and Evil: 5. Alterity and alteration: development of an opus 6. Maternal body/maternal psyche: contra psychoanalytic philosophy 7. Humanism and the rights of exegesis 8. What good is the Holocaust? On suffering and evil 9. Ricoeur and the lure of self-esteem Conclusion Index.