Ethics without others: a reply to Simon Critchley
Hallward, Peter (2000) Ethics without others: a reply to Simon Critchley. Radical philosophy (102). pp. 27-30. ISSN 0300-211X
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In his otherwise sympathetic survey of Badiou's ethics in RP 100,1 Simon Critchley advances three significant arguments against Badiou's rather unusual position. They are likely to be fairly typical of the sort of objections we should expect from those committed, after Levinas and Derrida, to an ethics oriented around the category of the other. All three arguments are either insubstantial, misleading or both.
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