מול אחרים ואחרוּת: אתיקה של הנסיגה הפנימית

نتاج البحث: كتاب / تقريركتابمراجعة النظراء

ملخص

The ethics of the inner retreat is an ethics that reveals one's self in a new and deeper way, and teaches about one's great power in self-restraint and in settling in a position of deep attention. Contrary to Levinas, who sees the face of the other as a binding and coercive power, this ethics teaches that the ability of man to turn with compassion to the other, to respond to his suffering, is only possible if he places himself in a position of choice that is not forced upon him.
The book Against Others and Otherness: The Ethics of the Inner Retreat, tells in praise of the subject who is in great danger of falling into the gaping abyss on both sides: on one side an abyss that increases him to infinity, and on the opposite side an abyss that reduces him to infinity. On the narrow path on which he treads, man is supposed to experience his greatness and his narrowness at the same time, and from this he establishes the inner self-withdrawal, and never gives up his independent view that judges and evaluates. His eternal journey is a therapeutic journey of constant self-correction: he must forever struggle with false charms that lurk in his path and threaten to destroy our human world. The responsibility assigned to him is to refuse the temptations that whisper to him from both sides: both the temptation that empowers him and the temptation that deceives him. This book is a modest attempt to follow some chapters in this human journey, in which man is formed as a self-conscious moral subject.
العنوان المترجم للمساهمةFacing Others and Otherness: The Ethics of Inner Retreat
اللغة الأصليةالعبريّة
مكان النشرבני ברק
عدد الصفحات326
حالة النشرنُشِر - 2012

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