- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 The Holocaust's Life as a Ghost
- Chapter 2 Hannah Arendt: Politics and Understanding after the Holocaust
- Chapter 3 Whither the Broken Middle? Rose and Fackenheim on Mourning, Modernity and the Holocaust
- Chapter 4 Good against Evil? H.G. Adler, T.W. Adorno and the Representation of the Holocaust
- Chapter 5 ‘After Auschwitz’: Trauma and the Grammar of Ethics
- Chapter 6 Lyotard: Emancipation, Anti-Semitism and ‘the Jews’
- Chapter 7 Eradicating Evil: Levinas, Judaism and the Holocaust
- Chapter 8 Silence – Voice – Representation
- Chapter 9 Friends and Others: Lessing's <i>Die Juden</i> and <i>Nathan der Weise</i>
- Chapter 10 The Visibility of the Holocaust: Franz Neumann and the Nuremburg Trials
- Chapter 11 Holocaust Testimony and the Challenge to the Philosophy of History
- Chapter 12 Open Behind: Myth and Politics
- Notes on Contributors
- Name Index
- Subject Index
- Social Theory after the Holocaust
- Liverpool University Press
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