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  • The connection between Toto and Totality is highly plausible.

    Finding a Little Too Much in Oz

  • The connection between Toto and Totality is highly plausible.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The primary texts here are Part IV and the "Preface" of Time and the Other, 29-37 and 80-94; "The Ambiguity of Love" and "Phenomenology of Eros" in Totality and Infinity, 254-66; and Ethics and Infinity. back

    Thinking about the Other in Romantic Love

  • As we pointed out, Derrida called Totality and Infinity a

    Emmanuel Levinas

  • The New York Post just ran a review of Finding Oz, focused on the book's suggestions of what inspired various details in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and/or what those details might represent: Toto, Dorothy's dog, likely symbolizes the Eastern philosophy of Totality, a component of Theosophy.

    Finding a Little Too Much in Oz

  • Schwartz suggests that the name Toto connotes Totality.

    Finding a Little Too Much in Oz

  • Surely not all of these authors were independently naming dogs to symbolize “the Eastern philosophy of Totality.”

    Finding a Little Too Much in Oz

  • Surely not all of these authors were independently naming dogs to symbolize “the Eastern philosophy of Totality.”

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Schwartz suggests that the name Toto connotes Totality.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The New York Post just ran a review of Finding Oz, focused on the book's suggestions of what inspired various details in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and/or what those details might represent: Toto, Dorothy's dog, likely symbolizes the Eastern philosophy of Totality, a component of Theosophy.

    Archive 2009-04-01

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