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One can never lightly or blithely celebrate such a disinterest. ’ In Totality and Inﬁnity he writes: Freedom consists in knowing that freedom is in peril. But to know or to be conscious is to have time to avoid and forestall the instant of inhumanity. It is this perpetual postponing of the hour of treason – inﬁnitesimal difference A Harsh Transcendence 31 between man and non-man – that implies the disinterestedness of goodness [le de´sinte´ressement de la bonte´], the desire of the absolutely other or nobility (35; 24).
At the same time, he breaks with the tradition of disinterest when he insists that the private has always already suffered a fundamental privation of its autonomy. ’ Le´vinas may share with classical ideas of disinterest the belief that one can draw a clear distinction between the public and the private – a radical belief which distinguishes him from Derrida – but de´s-inte´ressement also signals a break with the common assumptions about the origin and grounds of the private, a break that has inﬂuenced Derrida’s work.
Le´vinas is perhaps closest to a classical concept of disinterest when he repeats the opposition between a rational disinterest and enthusiasm. 13 Le´vinas insists ‘the ethical relation . . cuts across every relation one could call mystical’ and deﬁnes ‘the rational character of the ethical relation’ (202–3). In ‘A religion for adults’ (1957), he suggests that, as ‘man’s possession by God,’ enthusiasm is the antithesis of disinterestedness. 14 However, as we shall see, Le´vinas also appears to associate a certain kind of enthusiasm with disinterest.
A Guide to Practitioner Research in Education by Ian Menter, Dely Elliot, Moira Hulme, Jon Lewin, Kevin Lowden