Translated: Bettina Bergo
Bettina Bergo is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Montréal and the author of Levinas: Between Ethics and Politics. The most recent of her many translations is, with Michael B. Smith, Judeities: Questions for Jacques Derrida (Fordham).
Edited: Joseph Cohen
Joseph Cohen is Lecturer of Philosophy at University College Dublin (Ireland). He has written Le spectre juif de Hegel (Galilée, 2005), Le sacrifice de Hegel (Galilée, 2007) and Alternances de la métaphysique: Essais sur E. Levinas (Galilée, 2009). In collaboration with Dermot Moran, he coauthored The Husserl Dictionary (Continuum, 2012). He also edited, in collaboration with Raphael Zagury- Orly, the volume Judeities— Questions for Jacques Derrida (Fordham University Press, 2007) and, in collaboration with Gérard Bensussan, Heidegger— le danger et la promesse (Kimé, 2006). He is, since 2008, a permanent member of the editorial committee for the journals Les Temps Modernes (Gallimard) and Cités (Presses Universitaires de France). His domains of research are German idealism, phenomenology and contemporary French and German philosophy.
Translated: Michael B. Smith
Michael B. Smith is Professor Emeritus of French and Philosophy at Berry College.
Edited: Raphael Zagury-Orly
Raphael Zagury- Orly teaches philosophy at the Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts in Jerusalem and at the Cohn Institute of the University of Tel Aviv. He is the Head of the MFA Program at the Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts. He has authored Questionner encore (Galilée, 2010). He has also coedited, with Joseph Cohen and Bettina Bergo, Judeities— Questions for Jacques Derrida (Fordham University Press, 2007). As a permanent member of the editorial committee of the French journal Les Temps Modernes, he has coordinated, in collaboration with Joseph Cohen, Heidegger: Qu’appelle- t-on le lieu? (July– October 2008, no. 650), and Derrida: L’ événement déconstruction (July– October 2012, no. 669– 670). He is also Scientific Editor at the Resling Editions in Tel- Aviv (Israel) where he has directed Hebrew translations of Derrida, Deleuze, and Bataille.