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Levinas and the Anticolonial
Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy
Over the last two decades, the various attempts to "radicalize" Levinas have resulted in two interesting and often separated debates: one the one hand, there is the debate regarding the relationship between Levinas and colonialism and racism, and on the other hand, there is the debate regarding the relationship between Levinas and Judaism. Whether scholars interested in issues of colonialism disregard Levinas's Judaism or use his "subaltern" identity to challenge European hegemony, they do notdoi:10.5195/jffp.2017.721 fatcat:rolvzkhg6bhubc73pcopyajnsy