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By Paul Ricoeur. Narration Rhetoric. Time in literature.
Hermeneutics and Phenomenology in Paul Ricoeur
Reviews aclysm hanging over most texts written after the Great War is not what LaCapra means by "history," his notion of history remains unclear. In the chapter on Woolf, he talks of "social relations" and "institutions," but he is eUiptical, for the institutions are described as those "that regulate repetitive temporality" p. In his conclusion, he refers to contexts of"the petty intrigues in Restoration France, the world of the intelligentsia in Czarist Russia, or life in the Midlands in 'ante-Reform' England" p.
The suggestion is tiiat the book he hasjust completed brought its reader into each of those worlds, matching texts with contexts. He has not merely avoided the great historical events that surrounded his chosen novelists; he has also avoided all the aspects of personal history which provided the raw material for the worlds they created. This final volume of Time and Narrative wUl both profit and exasperate its readers. Though Ricoeur evidendy intends a closely articulated argument, the effect of this volume, like that of the first two, is of a rich misceUany.
This opens up questions, which Ricoeur summarizes under the rubric "aporetics of temporality," that have long been philosophical battlegrounds. Ricoeur's examination ofHusserl's, Kant's, and Heidegger's treatments of time finds inadequacies—indeed aporias—in each. What actuaUy mediates between phenomenological and cosmological time, Ricoeur argues, is "historical time," understood as a "reinscription oflived time on cosmic time" p.
What history constructs is not a system of references Philosophy and Literature but ofrefigurations that "stand for" events of the past. This brings us back to die way in which mimesis3, reconfiguration, occurs dirough die interaction of the world of the text and that of the reader; tiius the author's strategies and the reader's activity are equally essential. The volume is a trove of insights.
Yet Ricoeur's learning and subdety of thought somehow overpower his chosen structure of presentation. Not only is this third volume organized in a way that generates repetition and encourages the pursuit of tangential Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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Paul Ricoeur was among the most impressive philosophers of the 20th century continental philosophers, both in the unusual breadth and depth of his philosophical scholarship and in the innovative nature of his thought. He was a prolific writer, and his work is essentially concerned with that grand theme of philosophy: the meaning of life. His constant preoccupation was with a hermeneutic of the self, fundamental to which is the need we have for our lives to be made intelligible to us. Though a Christian philosopher whose work in theology is well-known and respected, his philosophical writings do not rely upon theological concepts, and are appreciated by non-Christians and Christians alike. He lost both his parents within his first few years of his life and was raised with his sister Alice by his paternal grandparents, both of whom were devout Protestants.
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Какие-нибудь новости, Сьюзан? - спросил Стратмор и тут же замолчал, увидав Грега Хейла.
Between Text and Phenomenon
На самом деле в ней использовался уран, как и в ее сестрице, сброшенной на Хиросиму. - Но… - Сьюзан еле обрела дар речи. - Если оба элемента - уран, то как мы найдем различие между. - А вдруг Танкадо ошибся? - вмешался Фонтейн. - Быть может, он не знал, что бомбы были одинаковые. - Нет! - отрезала Сьюзан. - Он стал калекой из-за этих бомб.
Элементы, ответственные за Хиросиму и Нагасаки, - оба являются ураном. Никакого различия. - Мы погибли, - прошептала Мидж. - Подождите, - сказала Сьюзан. - Прочитайте еще. Соши прочитала снова: - …Искусственно произведенный, обогащенный нейтронами изотоп урана с атомным весом 238. - Двести тридцать восемь? - воскликнула Сьюзан.
Пытаясь успокоиться, она посмотрела на экран своего компьютера. Запущенный во второй раз Следопыт все еще продолжал поиск, но теперь это уже не имело значения. Сьюзан знала, что он принесет ей в зубах: GHALEcrypto. nsa.