Sex as Contradiction: Manoussakis on Eros

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Abstract

John Manoussakis’s latest contribution to contemporary continental philosophy, The Ethics of Time (Manoussakis, 2017b), grapples with phenomenology’s claim that consciousness both constitutes and is constituted by time. This claim has significant implications for the “ethical” self and for the ways in which a self, always informed by time, might come to understand anew the problems of imperfection and ethical goodness. Contributors will engage with and critique Manoussakis’s important work.

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