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Notas sobre o problema da "representancia"em Paul Ricoeur
Felipe Ziotti Narita
Revista Espa?o Acadêmico , 2011,
Abstract: Este trabalho pretende ensaiar alguns comentários, a partir da leitura das obras de Paul Ricoeur, sobre o aparecimento da “representancia” (représentance) como conceito para a reflex o epistemológica da escrita da história. Trata-se, pois, de uma quest o que, levantada desde os anos 1980 com Tempo e narrativa, é retomada e aprofundada em A memória, a história, o esquecimento (obra originalmente publicada na Fran a em 2000), delimitando a fundamenta o teórica que Ricoeur pretendia conferir ao modo peculiar de referência ao passado elaborado pela atividade historiadora por meio da chamada “opera o historiográfica” – situando, assim, o problema da temporalidade do conhecimento histórico no relacionamento com um passado que só pode ser conhecido nos próprios limites impostos pela significancia atribuída aos “rastros” (traces) deixados.
Identidade pessoal e ética em Paul Ricoeur: da identidade narrativa à promessa e à responsabilidade Identidade pessoal e ética em Paul Ricoeur: da identidade narrativa à promessa e à responsabilidade  [cached]
Cláudio Reichert do Nascimento
études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.5195/errs.2011.78
Abstract: Cet article expose le problème de l’identité personnelle chez Paul Ricoeur, à partir de Temps et récit et Soi-même comme un autre, en abordant, succinctement, des positions philosophiques qui affirment ce que Ricoeur caracterise comme identité en tant que permanence dans le temps (mêmeté), au contraire de l’identité en tant que mutable et diverse dans le temps (ipséité), qui va à la rencontre de sa thèse de l’identité narrative. Ensuite, nous indiquons la limitation de la narrative pour rendre compte du problème de l’identité personnelle devant le possible effacement de soi-même dans le cadre narratif et persévérance dans le cadre éthique avec le concepte de promesse. Enfin, l’article est conclu avec l’exposition de l’approximation que Ricoeur réalise du concept de promesse en tant que speech act et comme pouvoir de promettre, et le rapport avec le concept de responsabilité qui découle de cela. This paper presents the problem of personal identity in the light of Paul Ric ur’s theories in Time and Narrative and Oneself as Another. This work also discusses briefly the philosophical positions that affirm what Ric ur characterizes as identity: the permanence in time (sameness), contrary to the identity that is changeable and diverse over time (ipseity), which is in line with his thesis of narrative identity. Then the limitation of the narrative is examined so as to account for the problem of personal identity before the possible “erasure” of the self in the narrative field and his/her maintenance in the ethical field with the concept of promise. Finally, this paper discusses the approximation which Ric ur appraises of the concept of promise as speech act and as the power of promise, and the relation to the concept of responsibility that results from that.
Paul Ricoeur and the Biblical Hermeneutics  [cached]
George Bondor
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2011,
Abstract: The main aim of this paper is to analyze the texts in which Paul Ricoeur discusses the relation between biblical and philosophical hermeneutics and to argue that biblical hermeneutics is the central part of Ricoeur’s philosophical project. If the modern hermeneutics (Schleiermacher, Dilthey, etc.) aims to reveal the general principles of interpretation that can be applied to every text, including the sacred one, Ricoeur’s biblical hermeneutics reveals the limits of general hermeneutics when it deals with an unusual text. The consequences of the biblical hermeneutics refer to specific problems such as revelation and faith, but also to philosophical themes such as the self and its place in the world.
Paul Ricoeur leitor de Husserl
Nalli, Marcos;
Trans/Form/A??o , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31732006000200012
Abstract: the objective of this article consists of inventorying that way paul ricoeur reads and he appropriates of elements of the philosophy of husserl in his hermeneutical project. like this, it is looked for firstly to characterize in general lines the history of the contemporary hermeneutic. in a second moment, we established a first delimitation of the hermeneutic of ricoeur characterizing some of their central problems. finally, in a third moment, we tried to observe like ricoeur retakes the husserlian philosophy to give bill of their own hermeneutical reflections.
Narrative Refiguration of Social Events: Paul Ricoeur's Contribution to Rethinking the Social  [cached]
Anna Borisenkova
études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.5195/errs.2010.37
Abstract: The analysis of events has been a central issue for social sciences for a long time. The problem of an event's definition and distinction is still at stake in sociological debates. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the contribution of Paul Ricoeur's narrative theory to social events studies. First, this is done through the explication of the concept in the framework of narrative approach. Secondly, the paper highlights the narrative's capacity of 'refiguring' the social by re-describing social events, subordinating their succession to the logic of story-telling and transforming temporal characteristics as well. Apart from some insights, interpretative explanations and illustrations the paper provides critical arguments concerning the limitations of Paul Ricoeur's narrative approach with respect to sociological event-analysis. L'analyse des événements a toujours été une question centrale pour l'histoire et les sciences sociales. Le problème de la définition et de la distinction des événements est encore en jeu dans les débats sociologiques contemporains. L'objectif de cet article est de s'attarder sur la contribution de la théorie de Paul Ric ur aux études des événements sociaux. Après avoir montré les limites d'une conception impersonnelle de l'événement, l'auteur se penche sur la solution narrative proposée par Ric ur, à savoir la capacité du récit à “refigurer” du Social par la re-description des événements sociaux. Il s'agit de soumettre la logique de la succession temporelle à la logique de la narration. Tout en rendant justice à la valeur heuristique de telles analyses (à travers une série d'explicitations et d'illustrations), l'article pointe les limites de l'approche narrative de Paul Ric ur au regard des analyses sociologique des événements.
ATTESTATION AND ATTRIBUTION: toward an ontology of if same as another in Paul Ricoeur  [cached]
Horacio Hector Mercau
Problemata : International Journal of Philosophy , 2011, DOI: 10.7443/problemata.v2i2.11596
Abstract: The following work is intended to deepen in the way of life of the human person by following the steps Paul Ricoeur elaborated for the recovery of the subject after his exaltation and his death. Explores their "hermeneutics of itself", with the emphasis on the notion of "attestation" and in the possibility of making in connection a himself as one that is interpreted as identity narrative in its theoretical dimension and that attests ordered by another dimension through the notion of "attribution" of remembrance.We can enumerate some philosophical intentions that pass through the work of Paul Ricoeur entitled if same as another. The intention is to dissociate two meanings of the identity and find the bridge that covers the distance of sense that arose between these two poles. The dialectic of selfhood and between ipseidad is contained in the notion of narrative identity. This narrative identity it will enable us the element of analysis of the himself in his interpretative dimension or theoretical. El siguiente trabajo tiene la intención de ahondar en el modo de ser del sujeto humano siguiendo los pasos que Paul Ricoeur planteo para la recuperación del sujeto después de su exaltación y su muerte. Se explora su “hermenéutica del sí mismo”, insistiendo en la noción de “atestación” y en la posibilidad de poner en conexión un sí mismo como otro que se interpreta como identidad narrativa en su dimensión teórica y que se atestigua conminado por otro en su dimensión práctica a través de la noción de “atribución” del recuerdo. Podemos enumerar algunas intenciones filosóficas que atraviesan la obra de Paul Ricoeur titulada Sí mismo como otro. Una intención consiste en disociar dos significaciones de la identidad y en buscar el puente que cubre la distancia de sentido surgida entre estos dos polos. La dialéctica de la mismidad y la ipseidad esta contenida en la noción de identidad narrativa. Esta identidad narrativa nos posibilitará el elemento de análisis del sí mismo en su dimensión interpretativa o teórica. Otra intención filosófica pone en juego una dialéctica complementaria de la ipseidad y de la mismidad, y es la dialéctica del sí y del otro distinto de sí. Para acercarnos a esta estructura dialéctica utilizaremos la noción de “atestación”. De esta manera analizaremos al si mismo en su dimensión práctica.
Razón práctica y violencia en Paul Ricoeur Practical Reason and Violence in Paul Ricoeur  [cached]
Silvia Cristina Gabriel
Diánoia , 2011,
Abstract: Dada la polaridad entre las teorías "legitimistas" (Weber) e "ilegitimistas" (Arendt) respecto de la violencia en la arena política, en este artículo se explora el aporte de Paul Ricoeur en torno al tema. Puesto que para este autor lo político es la realización de la intención ética, primero se abordará la dimensión ética y moral de la violencia. Después se ingresará en el dominio propiamente político donde Ricoeur defiende una dialéctica "asimétrica" entre los argumentos "ilegitimistas" y "legitimistas" en la cual los primeros adquieren razonabilidad dentro de un concepto "amplio" de violencia próximo al de Arendt. Por último, se abordará la dimensión temporal de la violencia presente en la memoria colectiva y en la historia. Se concluirá con un balance de los méritos y de las cuestiones parcialmente irresueltas en la obra de Ricoeur. Given the polarity between the "legitimist" (Weber) and the "illegitimist" (Arendt) theories of violence in the political field, I will explore the philosophical contributions of Paul Ricoeur to this issue. Since the political field is for the author the accomplishment of the ethical intention, I will first explore the ethical and moral dimension of violence. Secondly, I will enter in the proper political field where we will see Ricoeur defends an "asymmetrical" dialectic between the "legitimist" and "illegitimist" arguments in which the former acquire reasonability within a "broad" concept of violence akin to Arendt's. Thirdly, I will approach the temporal dimension of violence as it appears in collective memory and in history. I will conclude with an account of the merits and partially unresolved questions within Ricoeur's work.
Collective Identity and Collective Memory in the Philosophy of Paul Ricoeur Collective Identity and Collective Memory in the Philosophy of Paul Ricoeur  [cached]
David J. Leichter
études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.5195/errs.2012.125
Abstract: Collective memory has been a notoriously difficult concept to define. I appeal to Paul Ricoeur and argue that his account of the relationship of the self and her community can clarify the meaning of collective memory. While memory properly understood belongs, in each case, to individuals, such memory exists and is shaped by a relationship with others. Furthermore, because individuals are constituted over a span of time and through intersubjective associations, the notion of collective memory ought to be understood in terms of the way that memory enacts and reenacts networks of relations among individuals and the communities to which they belong, rather than in terms of a model that reifies either individuals or groups. Ricoeur’s account can show sources of oppression and offers ways to respond to them. Collective memory has been a notoriously difficult concept to define. I appeal to Paul Ricoeur and argue that his account of the relationship of the self and her community can clarify the meaning of collective memory. While memory properly understood belongs, in each case, to individuals, such memory exists and is shaped by a relationship with others. Furthermore, because individuals are constituted over a span of time and through intersubjective associations, the notion of collective memory ought to be understood in terms of the way that memory enacts and reenacts networks of relations among individuals and the communities to which they belong, rather than in terms of a model that reifies either individuals or groups. Ricoeur’s account can show sources of oppression and offers ways to respond to them.
Razón práctica y violencia en Paul Ricoeur
Gabriel, Silvia Cristina;
Diánoia , 2011,
Abstract: given the polarity between the "legitimist" (weber) and the "illegitimist" (arendt) theories of violence in the political field, i will explore the philosophical contributions of paul ricoeur to this issue. since the political field is for the author the accomplishment of the ethical intention, i will first explore the ethical and moral dimension of violence. secondly, i will enter in the proper political field where we will see ricoeur defends an "asymmetrical" dialectic between the "legitimist" and "illegitimist" arguments in which the former acquire reasonability within a "broad" concept of violence akin to arendt's. thirdly, i will approach the temporal dimension of violence as it appears in collective memory and in history. i will conclude with an account of the merits and partially unresolved questions within ricoeur's work.
Enrique Dussel y Paul Ricoeur: pensar la creatividad normativa  [PDF]
Alain Loute
Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis , 2012,
Abstract: This essay explores the dialogue between Paul Ricoeur and Enrique Dussel on the potential and place of a philosophy of liberation within their respective philosophical commitments. The author suggests that although there is a tension between their different visions of liberation, both thinkers agree on the need to defend the agency of the subject and the subject’s ability to create and recreate institutions in order to live according to the common good by way of respectfully integrating the perspective of the Other.
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