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Title Paul Ricoeur and narrative : context and contestation / edited by Morny Joy
Published Calgary : University of Calgary Press, [1997]
Calgary : University of Calgary Press, c1997
c1997
©1997

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Description l, 232 pages ; 23 cm
Contents From a poetics of the will to narratives of the self: Paul Ricoeur's Freud and philosophy / Jocelyn Dunphy Blomfield -- Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Letters and papers from prison and Paul Ricoeur's "Hermeneutics of testimony" / Jamie S. Scott -- Role of figure in metaphor, narrative and architecture / Graham Livesey -- Writing as repossession: the narratives of incest victims / Morny Joy -- Re-reading myth in philosophy: Hegel, Ricoeur and Irigaray reading Antigone / Pamela Anderson -- Narration and life: on the possibilities of a narrative psychology / Henderikus J. Stam and Lori Egger -- Women's memoirs and the embodied imagination: the gendering of genre that makes history and literature nervous / Helen M. Buss -- Narrative songs and identity in late-medieval women's religious communities / Hermina Joldersma -- On narrative and belonging / David D. Brown -- Quebec narratives: the process of refiguration / Dominique Perron -- Ricoeur and political identity / Bernard P. Dauenhauer -- Essay/ing Ricouer: a challenge to Ricoeur's construction of historical and fictional (and metaphorical) truth / C. Bryn Pinchin -- Tragic face of narrative judgment: Christian reflections on Paul Ricoeur's theory of narrative / James Fodor -- Narrative theology Post mortem dei? Paul Ricoeur's Time and narrative, III, and postmodern theologies / Terrence W. Tilley -- Ricoeur on ethics and narrative / Robert D. Sweeney -- Mediation, Muthos, and the hermeneutic circle in Ricoeur's narrative theory / Linda Fisher
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Includes some text in French
Subject Ricœur, Paul
Ricœur, Paul.
Narration (Rhetoric)
Philosophy and religion.
Philosophy, Modern -- 20th century.
Author Joy, Morny.
ISBN 1895176905