By Michael D. Barber
The essence of Dussel's inspiration is gifted in the course of the thought of moral hermeneuticswhich seeks to interpret fact from the perspective of what Emmanuel Levinas provides because the different- people who find themselves vanquished, forgotten, or excluded from existent socio-political or cultural structures. Barber strains Dussel's improvement towards Levinas' philosophy via his dialogue of the Hegelian dialectic and during the phases of Dussel's personal moral theory.
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