Philosophy Today, Volume 55, Number 4 (Winter 2011)

Philosophy Today, quantity fifty five, quantity four, wintry weather 2011. 122 Pages; ISSN 0031-8256

About this journal: based in 1957, Philosophy at the present time is a quarterly journal released by means of DePaul University. The journal has a stream of over 1,000 readers and makes a speciality of info on modern philosophy and philosophers. The Editor of the journal is David W. Pellauer.
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Contents:
Elliot R. Wolfson - EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
Elliot R. Wolfson - APOPHASIS AND THE hint OF TRANSCENDENCE. WYSCHOGROD'S CONTRIBUTION TO A POSTMODERN JEWISH IMMANENT A/THEOLOGY
Zachary Braiterman - PHOTOGRAPHIC INDEX, THE "SPIRITUAL IN ART," AND THE ETHICS OF "DOWNCAST EYES"
Karmen MacKendrick - EROS, ETHICS, EXPLOSION. THE lack of DEIXIS IN RECURRENCE
Martin Kavka - should still LEVINASIANS even be HEGELIANS? ON WYSCHOGROD'S LEVINASIANISM
Jean-Joseph Goux - at the hint OF EMMANUEL LEVINAS. THE FACE OF the opposite on the danger OF THE INCOMMENSURABLE
Daniel Prince - FOUNDING FACES. demise AND ABSTRACTION IN WYSCHOGROD'S AESTHETICS AND ETHICS
Jules Simon - while THE SCAFFOLDING FALLS AWAY. EDITH WYSCHOGROD AND LEVINAS'S moral METAPHYSICS
Virginia Burrus - WYSCHOGROD'S HAND. SAINTS, ANIMAUTY AND THE exertions OF LOVE
Elias Κ. Bongmba SAINTLY LIVES IN a global OF VIOLENCE. REFLECTIONS at the PHILOSOPHY OF EDITH WYSCHOGROD
ANNUAL INDEX

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Jane Gallop, "The Pleasure of the Phototext," in Photography Degree Zero, 49-52. 66. , 54. 67. Victor Burgin, "Re-Reading Camera LucidaT and Margaret Ivcrson "What is a Photograph," in Photography Degree Zero, 43, 57. 68. Geoffrey Batchen, "Palinode: An Introduction" to Photography Degree Tœro, 18-21. 69. Gallop, "The Pleasure of the Phototext," 56. 70. Michael Fried, "Barthes's Punctum" in Photography Degree Zero, 145 (the reference is to Camera Lucida, 47). 71. Barthes, Camera Lucida, 47. 72.

30. , 312. , 14. , 17. , 21, 23, 29,40. Cf. 299. , 40. , 120. , Classic Essays on Photography (New Haven: Leete's Islands Books, 1980), 83-89. 42. Robert Rosenblum, Modern Painting and the Northern Romantic Tradition: From Freidrich to Rothko (New York: Harper and Row, 1975). On the importance of Benjamin for Krauss, see Rosalind E. Krauss, The Originality of the Avant-Garde and Other Modernist Myths (Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1985), 152. 43. Krauss, Originality of the Avant-Garde and Other Modernist Myths, 187.

The power of saintliness is narrative enticement, but the narrative is deeply peculiar, telling of a subject whose very power is that she is not quite, not any longer, there. Both saint and historian empty themselves for the story, one thereby calling and one because she is called to the telling. Both self-emptyings create stories, but the creation works in different directions. The saint's life provides the matter for hagiography, the story told by another and attractive to still others, who may be drawn to echo this kind of selfless living.

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