Diachrony and affectivity: one-for-the-Other and disrupted subjectivity

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Titel på gästpublikationEmmanuel Levinas: a radical thinker in the time of crisis
RedaktörerRita Šerpytytė
Antal sidor9
UtgivningsortVilnius
FörlagUniversity of Vilnius
Utgivningsdatumnov 2015
Sidor81-89
ISBN (tryckt)978-609-459-671-1
ISBN (elektroniskt)978-609-459-670-4
StatusPublicerad - nov 2015
MoE-publikationstypA3 Del av bok eller annan forskningsbok

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Poleshchuk-Heikkilä, I. (2015). Diachrony and affectivity: one-for-the-Other and disrupted subjectivity. I R. Šerpytytė (Red.), Emmanuel Levinas: a radical thinker in the time of crisis (s. 81-89). Vilnius: University of Vilnius.
Poleshchuk-Heikkilä, Irina. / Diachrony and affectivity : one-for-the-Other and disrupted subjectivity. Emmanuel Levinas: a radical thinker in the time of crisis. redaktör / Rita Šerpytytė. Vilnius : University of Vilnius, 2015. s. 81-89
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Emmanuel Levinas: a radical thinker in the time of crisis. red. / Rita Šerpytytė. Vilnius : University of Vilnius, 2015. s. 81-89.

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Poleshchuk-Heikkilä I. Diachrony and affectivity: one-for-the-Other and disrupted subjectivity. I Šerpytytė R, redaktör, Emmanuel Levinas: a radical thinker in the time of crisis. Vilnius: University of Vilnius. 2015. s. 81-89