Ethics and Experiencing the Other: Trauma, Memory, and Responsibility
An exploration of the experience of the human other in relation to Levinas' ethics and Derrida's notion of responsibility, with a focus on memory and trauma.
||Levinas, Derrida, Ethics, Continental Philosophy, Trauma, Memory, Responsibility, Hermeneutics, Psychology, War
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.109-114.
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Jeff Warren teaches in the Music and Fine Arts departments at Trinity Western University. His main teaching and research interests include 20th century art, jazz and popular music, the application of continental philosophy (in particular Heidegger, Gadamer, Levinas, Derrida) to questions of meaning in the arts, postmodern aesthetics, and psychology. He has published and presented his scholarship internationally. Jeff also serves as the Artistic Director of the Verge Arts Series at TWU, an interdisciplinary series that presents new art and scholarship. He also teaches bass and guitar privately at Studio 2000 in Abbotsford.
As a performer, Jeff has played with the West Coast Symphony, the Vancouver Philharmonic, and several jazz and pop / rock groups including the jazz trio Fulcrum and the Nuevo Flamenco trio De La Terra, and has performed in many different venues and events including the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, the Jaun de Fuca Festival, and the Chan Centre. Jeff is also an active session player and has contributed his electric and double bass playing to many recordings.
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