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Abraham, 6, 118, 119

absence, 57, 142, 143

Adorno, Theodor, 2, 15, 145n3

Akhenaton, 19, 22, 147n34

Albertine disparue (Proust), 57

alterity, 24, 72, 116; and otherness, 26, 32, 121; and time, 134–35; and women, 54, 57–58. See also Other and otherness

ambiguity, 95, 101

Améry, Jean, 47

Arendt, Hannah, 2, 152n16

Armengaud, François, vii

asymmetry, 30–31, 96–97

Barthes, Roland, 82

Baudelaire, Charles, 54

being, 73–74, 112, 120; and other, 25, 32

Bergen-Belsen, 46, 151n10

Bergson, Henri: Jankélévitch and, 26, 33, 34, 36; Levinas on, 149–50n6

Bernanos, Georges, 58

Berr, Hélène, 54

Bible. See Scripture

Blanchot, Maurice, 68

Bloy, Léon, xii, 152n16; Jünger and, 62; Levinas and, 58–60, 64–65; works: “La Chevalière de la Mort,” 59; Le Désespéré, 59; Four Years of Captivity in Cocons-sur-Marne, 59; Letters to His Fiancée, 58, 59; Salvation Through the Jews, 58

Bronson, Bertrand, 90

Buber, Martin, 41

Canetti, Elias C., 120

Carnets de captivité suivi de Écrits sur la captivité et Notes philosophiques diverses (Levinas), xii, 45–65; on Bloy, 58–59, 64–65; contents of, 45–46; on envisioned novels, 49, 50, 55–56, 57; on eros, 54–55, 57; on future work plan, 48–50; on Heidegger, 63–64; on Jewish tradition, 50–51; on Jünger, 61–63; on labor camp, 46–48; literary references in, 54, 56, 58; prison notebooks in, 46–49; on suffering and salvation, 53–54

Les Caves du Vatican (Gide), 56

Chalier, Catherine, 106, 155–56n5

Christianity: Carnets de captivité on, 59; decline and eclipse of, x, 2–3, 8, 9, 12, 20; Freudianism and, x, 12–13; Judaism and, 4, 13, 106; Lacan on, 9, 15–16, 18; and Western thought, x, 4

Cocteau, Jean, 61

Cohen, Hermann, 116

Cohen, Richard, 72–73, 101, 104; on ethical exegesis, xiv, 103, 108, 111

Communist Manifesto (Marx and Engels), 14

context, 106–07, 110, 118

creation, 38–39, 124, 126

Dante Alighieri, 54

death, 21, 52, 147n23

Derrida, Jacques, 3–4, 86–87, 146n13 [End Page 163]

discourse, oral: and gossip, 136–37; and language, 82, 89, 96; and other, 97, 112

duration, 33, 34, 52. See also time and temporality

egoism, 19–20, 37, 41, 141. See also self

Eichmann, Adolf, 20

Eichmann in Jerusalem (Arendt), 2

election, 53, 60, 65, 142

Eliot, George, 92

enchantment, 131, 135

Engels, Frederick, 14, 147n30

Enlightenment, 131

epistemology, 31, 133

eros, 53, 54–55, 57, 150n14. See also love

Eshkenazi, Tamara Cohn, 130

ethics, 4, 76, 96; and epistemology, 133; and exegesis, xiv, 101, 103, 108, 111; and God, x, 119; Jankélévitch on, 27–38; and metaphysics, xi, 27, 34, 35; and ontology, 25; and other, 7, 28, 35, 81; of reading, 156n7; and spirituality, xiv–xv

exegesis: ethical, xiv, 103, 108, 111, 191; Levinas and, 111, 130–31; pluralism in, 101; and sayingsaid distinction, 111–12. See also hermeneutics

Existence and Existents (Levinas), xi, 52, 55; Carnets de captivité and, 48, 53; on Macbeth, 70–71, 153n1

Ezekiel, 70, 122

face, 29, 87, 108–09, 110, 112

Der Fall Maurizius (Wassermann), 117

fecundity, 134

Feuerbach, Ludwig, 147n30

Fielding, John, 95

fortunate fall, 53

Foucault, Michel, 85

Frank, Hans, 20

freedom, 51, 52, 54, 64, 109, 110

Freud, Sigmund, 14, 147n23; and Geistigkeit, 12, 17; and Jewish tradition, 7–8, 12, 19; Lacan on, 18, 148n43; on murder of Moses, 12, 147–48n34. See also Moses and Monotheism

Freudian School of Paris, 11, 18

Gadamer, Hans, 156n8

Geistigkeit, 12, 17–18

Genette, Gerard, 94–95

Gersonides, 131

Gide, André, 56

giving and gratuity, 29–30, 35

God, xi, 4; Carnets de captivité on, 51; and creation, 38–39, 124; death of, 9, 10, 13, 18; and ethics, 119; and justice, 122, 125; Lacan on, x, 9, 10; and Man, 6, 120, 123, 145–46n8; as Most High, xiv, xv, 118; and otherness, 126, 132; and revelation, 7, 116

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 54 goodness, xi, xii, xv; and holy, 131; and time, 141

gossip, 129, 136–37

Gould, Florence, 61

Greeks, 3–4, 132–33

Guide of the Perplexed, The (Maimonides), 115–16...

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