Table of contents for Unforeseen history / Emmanuel Levinas ; translated from the French by Nidra Poller ; foreword by Don Ihde ; introduction by Richard A. Cohen.


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Contents
          
          Foreword by Don Ihde
          Introduction by Richard A. Cohen
          Translator's Note
          Introduction to the French Edition by Pierre Hayat
          Part 1: Reflections on Hitlerism in 1934
           1. Some Thoughts on the Philosophy of Hitlerism
          Part 2: Husserl, Heidegger, Jean Wahl
           2. On "Ideen" by E. Husserl
           3. Freiburg, Husserl, and Phenomenology
           4. Letter concerning Jean Wahl
           5. Contribution to Jean Wahl's Petite histoire de
              l'existentialisme
          Part 3: Sartre, Existentialism, and History
           6. Existentialism and Anti-Semitism
           7. Reality and Its Shadow
           8. A Language Familiar to Us
           9. When Sartre Discovers Holy History
          Part 4: Peaceful Coexistence
          10. On the Spirit of Geneva
          11. Principles and Faces
          12. Dialectics and the Sino-Soviet Quarrel
          Part 5: Secularism and Morality
          13. Secularism and the Thought of Israel
          Part 6: Interviews
          14. On the Utility of Insomnia (Interview with Bertrand Révillon)
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<br>          15. Interview with Roger-Pol Droit
          Notes
          Acknowledgments
          Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Philosophy