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The essay from the border between western philosophy and Jewish philosophy consists of four main parts. In the first part, the author characterizes the topic of utopia, the second and third parts of essay essentially point to the neuralgic, sensitive consequences of the Holocaust for Western culture, including Jewish intelectualls, humanities and social sciences. In the fourth part, he discusses and considers the utopianism of Emmanuel Lévinas's philosophy in reference to previously introduced threads. The essay ends by several of the observations resulting from the conducted research.