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Philosophical Witnessing
The Holocaust as Presence
Berel Lang

Brandeis University Press



Contents

• Preface
• Acknowledgments
• THE HOLOCAUST AT PHILOSOPHY'S ADDRESS
• Philosophical Witnessing: “. . . And only I have survived to tell you”
• Truth at Risk and the Holocaust’s Response
• Evil and Understanding: A Holocaust Dilemma
• Jaspers’
Die Schuldfrage: A Presence Early and Late
• VS. THE UNSPEAKABLE, THE UNSHOWABLE, AND THE UNTHINKABLE
• Holocaust-Representation in the Genre of Silence
• Representation and
Misrepresentation: On or about the Holocaust
• Applied Ethics, Post-Holocaust
• The Jewish Declaration of War against the Nazis
• THE PRESENCE AS FUTURE
• From the Holocaust to Group Rights: Minorities in a Majority World
• Metaphysical Racism (Or: Biological Warfare by Other Means)
• Hyphenated-Jews and the Anxiety of Identity
• Reconciliation: Not Revenge, Not Forgiveness, Perhaps Not Even Justice
• AFTERWORD – Wound and Scar
• Appendix:
Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide
Notes
• Index

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