DANIELLE COHEN-LEVINAS

Danielle Cohen-Levinas is a philosopher, musicologist, and a specialist of Jewish philosophy. She is a research associate at the Husserl Archives of Paris at the École Normale Supérieure of (ENS-CNRS) since 2008. She joined the CNRS in 1993 at the "Laboratoire des Arts du spectacle" then the "Laboratoire d'esthétique" of the Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne as associate professor until 1998. Between 1996 and 2002 he was program director at the Collège international de philosophie founded by Jacques Derrida. As professor of music aesthetics and philosophy of music at the Paris Sorbonne-Paris University in 1998, Danielle Cohen-Levinas founded the "Centre d'esthétique, musique et philosophie contemporaine". In 2008, she founded and directed the "Collège des études juives et de philosophie contemporaine"[2] which became the Centre Emmanuel Levinas in 2012. Since 2007 she has been editorial advisor by the Éditions Hermann and the founder-director of the philosophy series Le Bel Aujourd'hui. She is also the president of Les Cahiers Maurice Blanchot, which she co-founded with Monique Antelme and Michael Holland in 2010. Her recent books include Relire Totalité et Infini d'Emmanuel Levinas, (ed. Danielle Cohen-Levinas and Alexander Schnell, Vrin, 2015) and Perspectives néokantiennes (ed. Danielle Cohen-Levinas, Juan Manuel Garrido and Marc de Launay, Hermann, 2017). She is the co-author with Jean-Luc Nancy of La haine des juifs (Cerf, 2022).