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Taoism focuses on establishing harmony with the Tao, which is origin of and the totality of everything that exists. Medieval Philosophy HALAM (ARAB SCHOLASTIC THEOLOGY) In early Islamic thought (dated between 8th and 12th centuries). Elsewhere Katz explains why Lévinas chose the trope of maternity as the epitome of ethical relations which goes beyond the eros of philosophy, uniting enjoyment and responsibility ("From Eros to Maternity: Love, Death, and 'the Feminine' in the Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas," in: Women and Gender in Jewish Philosophy, pp. 153–75).

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Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (January 28, 1999)

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