By (author) Tarek R. Dika
Tarek R. Dika is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan Society of Fellows
and Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Michigan. He is
coeditor, with W. Chris Hackett, of Quiet Powers of the Possible: Interviews in Contemporary French Phenomenology (Fordham University Press, 2015).
By (author) W. Chris Hackett
W. Chris Hackett is Research Fellow and Lecturer in the School of Philosophy, Australian Catholic University.
Foreword: Richard Kearney
Richard Kearney is Charles Seelig Chair of Philosophy at Boston College and author and editor of more than forty books on contemporary philosophy and culture. He is founding editor of the Guestbook Project and has been engaged in developing a postnationalist philosophy of peace and empathy over several decades. His most relevant books on this subject include Strangers, Gods and Monsters (2001), Postnationalist Ireland (1998), Hosting the Stranger (2012), Phenomenologies of the Stranger (2010), Imagination Now (2019), and Touch: Recovering Our Most Vital Sense (2021).