AUC INTERPRETATIONES
AUC INTERPRETATIONES
AUC Interpretationes (Acta Universitatis Carolinae Interpretationes Studia Philosophica Europeanea) is a philosophical journal focusing on 20th-century European philosophy, particularly French and German philosophy, and phenomenology.

AUC INTERPRETATIONES, Vol 10 No 1 (2020), 80–96

La relation à autrui décrite à partir de l’idée cartésienne de l’infini : Sartre et Levinas

[The relation to the other described from the Cartesian idea of the infinite: Sartre and Levinas]

Arnaud Clément

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14712/24646504.2021.14
announced: 10. 01. 2022

abstract

Sartre and Levinas both described the relation to the other referring to Descartes’ idea of the infinite. Comparing these two phenomenologies sheds a light on the great influence Sartre had on Levinas’ ethics. While the two philosophers agree that the other is « a hole in the world » in the sense that he negates my intentionality, they fundamentally differ on the ultimate meaning of this negation. Following the thread of the Cartesian idea of the infinite, this article deciphers Levinas’ critique of Sartre, leading to his ethics of the face.

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ISSN: 1804-624X
E-ISSN: 2464-6504

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