Table of contents for L‚evinas and Buber : dialogue and difference / edited by Peter Atterton, Matthew Calarco, and Maurice Friedman.

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Acknowledgments		vii
Introduction		ix
Part I: Dialogue
1. Samuel and Agag
Martin Buber		3
2. On Buber
Emmanuel Levinas
Part II: Ethics
3. Buber and Levinas: Philosophical Reflections on an Opposition
Stephan Strasser
4. Affection and the Transcendental Dialogical Personalism of Buber and Levinas
Andrew Tallon
5. "Failure of Communication" as a Surplus: Dialogue and Lack of Dialogue 
between Buber and Levinas
Robert Bernasconi
6. Ethics and the Place of the Other
Neve Gordon
7. Martin Buber and Emmanuel Levinas: An Ethical Query
Maurice Friedman
Part III: Religion
8. Buber's and Levinas's Attitude toward Judaism
Ephraim Meir
9. Revelation Here and Beyond: Buber and Levinas on the Bible
Michael Fagenblat and Nathan Wolski
10. Reading Torah: The Discontinuity of Tradition
Robert Gibbs
11. Beyond The "Eclipse of God": The Shoah in the Jewish Thought of Buber and 
Tamra Wright
12. "Reciprocity and the Height of God": A Defense of Buber against Levinas
Andrew Kelley
Part IV: Heidegger, Humanism, and the Other Animal
13. Buber and Levinas-and Heidegger
Richard Cohen
14. The Retrieval of Humanism in Buber and Levinas
Matthew Calarco
15. Face-to-Face with the Other Animal?
Peter Atterton
About the Contributors
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: L‚evinas, Emmanuel, Buber, Martin, 1878-1965