What happens if we take the Other seriously? What would it mean to take the Other seriously? Between Levinas and Derrida, the Other comes to disturb, decenter, and reconfigure how we conceive the meaning of philosophy.

The front photograph (by jdrabinski) is of the ceiling in the Museum of the Revolution in La Habana, Cuba. Is the angel falling or rising? Perhaps in that ambiguity we find the enigma of this course…


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