The ethics of Levinas is the ethics of the absolute other. Putting the events of the absolute other beyond the existing philosophy, outside of the history of Western philosophy as well as metaphysics, can be regarded as the personal desire of Levinas and the core of his philosophical work as well as his ethical standpoint. Furthermore, in his writings, Levinas consistently emphasizes that the absolute other, the truth, is no more an object of the rational faculty of the mind by intelligence and reason. In a word, the absolute other to him is a transcendental existence, that cannot be perceived nor be understood by intelligence or rational activity of human. Although Levinas`s thesis of ethical intervention is advocated from the demand of infinity and transcendence as well as for the oughtness of ethics to be the first philosophy, it has not been developed to the ethics of the other, which should be about considering and caring for starved and bare others. It can be the limit of his ethics. As for justice the goal for him is to realize the Kingdom of Messiah. Like this, his ethics and theory of justice are locked in the religious and racial locality of Judaism.