Ernst Wolff

Ernst Wolff (Prof. Dr.) teaches philosophy at the University of Pretoria (South Africa) and is Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities at Essen (Germany). His research covers hermeneutics, social and political philosophy and the philosophy of technology.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Cultural History, Cultural Philosophy and Philosophical Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Cultural Theory, Philosophy, Political Philosophy

Publications in the Series: Being Human: Caught in the Web of Cultures – Humanism in the Age of Globalization

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Shaping a Humane World
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Shaping a Humane World

Civilizations – Axial Times – Modernities – Humanisms

This volume shows: The potential universal benefits of our second Axial Time can be revealed through the plurality of cultural perspectives on civilization, humanism and modernity.
Political Responsibility for a Globalised World
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Political Responsibility for a Globalised World

After Levinas' Humanism

Responsibility for the world: Starting from Levinas' Humanism, this book discusses how responsible politics might look in the age of globalization.

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  1. Shaping a Humane World

    Frontmatter

    Seite 1
  2. Editorial

    Seiten 2 - 4
  3. Content

    Seiten 5 - 6
  4. Foreword

    Seiten 7 - 8
  5. Introduction

    Seiten 9 - 22
  6. I.1 Habitus - Means - Worldliness

    Seiten 25 - 54
  7. Notes on the Contributors

    Seiten 281 - 286
  8. Index of Names

    Seiten 287 - 289
  9. Backmatter

    Seiten 290 - 292

  10. Political Responsibility for a Globalised World

    Frontmatter

    Seite 1
  11. Editorial

    Seiten 2 - 6
  12. Table of contents

    Seiten 7 - 10
  13. Preface

    Seiten 11 - 14
  14. Chapter 1 Doing justice to responsibility: The primordial political nature of Levinas' philosophy

    Seiten 17 - 32
  15. Chapter 2 Ethnography, atheism, decolonisation

    Seiten 33 - 58
  16. Chapter 3 The range of the political: Decolonisation as a case in point

    Seiten 59 - 76
  17. Levinas' post-anti-humanist humanism and after

    Seiten 77 - 82
  18. Chapter 4 Humanism and anti-humanism in Levinas' reflection on Jewish education

    Seiten 83 - 104
  19. Chapter 5 Levinas' post-anti-humanist humanism: Humanism of the other1

    Seiten 105 - 146
  20. Chapter 6 After Levinas: The risk of irresponsible responsibility

    Seiten 147 - 174
  21. Political Responsibility for a Globalised World

    Seiten 175 - 178
  22. Chapter 7 Levinas and Max Weber on being called for politics

    Seiten 179 - 204
  23. Chapter 8 Towards a post-Levinasian understanding of responsibility: the Weberian contribution of Apel

    Seiten 205 - 220
  24. Chapter 9 Ricoeur's contribution to a notion of political responsibility for a globalised world

    Seiten 221 - 266
  25. CONCLUSION

    Seiten 267 - 272
  26. Bibliography

    Seiten 273 - 283
  27. Backmatter

    Seiten 284 - 286

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