By Dana Hollander
Exemplarity and Chosenness is a mixed examine of the philosophies of Jacques Derrida (1930-2004) and Franz Rosenzweig (1886-1929) that explores the query: How may well we account for the opportunity of philosophy, of universalism in considering, with out denying that each one pondering is usually idiomatic and specific? The e-book lines Derrida's curiosity during this subject, quite emphasizing his paintings on "philosophical nationality" and his perception that philosophy is challenged in a distinct method via its specific "national" instantiations and that, conversely, discourses invoking a nationality include a philosophical ambition, a declare to being "exemplary." Taking as its cue Derrida's readings of German-Jewish authors and his ongoing curiosity in questions of Jewishness, this ebook pairs his philosophy with that of Franz Rosenzweig, who built a conception of Judaism for which election is key and who understood chosenness in an "exemplarist" feel as constitutive of human individuality in addition to of the Jews' position in common human background.
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