By Scott Davidson, Marc-Antoine Vallée

ISBN-10: 3319334247

ISBN-13: 9783319334240

ISBN-10: 3319334263

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Hermeneutics and Phenomenology in Paul Ricoeur: among textual content and Phenomenon calls awareness to the dynamic interplay that occurs among hermeneutics and phenomenology in Ricoeur’s idea. it can be acknowledged that Ricoeur’s concept is positioned less than a twofold call for: among the rigor of the textual content and the necessities of the phenomenon. The rigor of the textual content demands constancy to what the textual content really says, whereas the requirement of the phenomenon is verified via the Husserlian name to come back “to the issues themselves.” those calls for are interwoven insofar as there's a hermeneutic part of the phenomenological try and transcend the skin of items to their deeper which means, simply as there's a phenomenological portion of the hermeneutic try to identify a severe distance towards the realm to which we belong. hence, Ricoeur’s suggestion includes a from side to side move among the textual content and the phenomenon. even though this double move used to be a subject of a lot of Ricoeur’s essays in the midst of his profession, the essays during this ebook recommend that hermeneutic phenomenology continues to be implicit all through his paintings. The chapters target to spotlight, in a lot higher aspect, how this from side to side move among phenomenology and hermeneutics happens with recognize to many vital philosophical topics, together with the adventure of the physique, historical past, language, reminiscence, own identification, and intersubjectivity.

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My suggestion is that there is a connection between Ricoeur’s concept of distanciation and his claim in “Phenomenology and Hermeneutics” that we not forget Husserl. Epoché To explore this suggestion, we must turn our attention to Husserl. Since the point of departure for our reflections here is Ricoeur’s provocative claim that distanciation is like an epoché, it is with this latter concept that we must begin. When we examine the epoché in Husserl’s phenomenology, we see three features of it that appear to be important for a consideration of Ricoeur’s hermeneutics.

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This point is not diminished by the fact that this deeper sense remains provisional and rooted in a world. In fact, it seems that the sense of the possibilities imagined is richer for this limitation. Furthermore, the idea offered here of exercising the procedure of eidetic variation with respect to oneself is suggestive. Just as one might break with the actual in order to imagine other possibilities with respect to something in order to get a better sense of what it is, so can one do this with respect to oneself.

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