The Conditions of Hospitality: Ethics, Politics, and Aesthetics on the Threshold of the Possible
Hospitality is a multi-faceted concept that has been received by, and worked into, various academic realms and disciplines, such as philosophy, politics, anthropology, aesthetics, ethics, and translation studies. The essays collected in this volume, by a wide range of international contributors, examine how, in the wake of the work of Levinas and the late Derrida, this concept has entered into and transformed the thinking of these disciplines.
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Toward a Mutual Hospitality
Hospitality and Alienation
Frictions of Hospitality and the Promise of Cosmopolitanism
Law and Politics in the New Europe
Conditions for Hospitality or Defence of Identity?
Hospitality as Interruptive
Hospitality and the Zombification of the Other
The Art and Poetics ofTranslation as Hospitality
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