Ricoeur Across the Disciplines

Editat de Professor Scott Davidson
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ISBN-13: 9781441164223
ISBN-10: 1441164227
Pagini: 246
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 13 mm
Greutate: 0.35 kg
Editura: Bloomsbury Publishing
Colecția Continuum
Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom


The interdisciplinary potential of Ricoeur's thought has been much commented on and this is the first book to carry out a genuinely interdisciplinary exploration of his work.

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ScottDavidson isAssociate Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department at Oklahoma CityUniversity. He is the translator of Michel Henry's works: MaterialPhenomenology (Fordham, 2008) and Seeing the Invisible(Continuum, 2009).



1. Ricoeur and Philosophy - Adriaan Peperzak
2. Ricoeur and Biblical Hermeneutics - Richard Kearney
3. Ricoeur and Theology - William Schweiker
4. Ricoeur and History - Francois Dosse
5. Ricoeur and Political Theory - Bernard Dauenhauer
6. Ricoeur and Law - George Taylor
7. Ricoeur and Rhetoric - Andreea Ritivoi
8. Ricoeur and Psychology - Karl Simms
9. Ricoeur and Education - Peter Kemp
10. Ricoeur and Women's Studies - Pamela Sue Anderson
11. Ricoeur and Race Studies - Scott and Maria Davidson
12. Ricoeur and Musicology - Roger Savage

Contributor Information

Pamela Sue Anderson
is Reader in Philosophy of Religion, University of Oxford, UK, and Fellow in Philosophy, Regent's Park College, Oxford, UK. She is author of Ricoeur and Kant: A Philosophy of the Will (1993), and of numerous articles on Ricoeur. Anderson has also published A Feminist Philosophy of Religion (Blackwell, 1998), co-edited Feminist Philosophy of Religion: Critical Readings (Routledge 2004), and is editing New Topics in Feminist Philosophy of Religion (forthcoming 2009).
Maria D. Davidson is Assistant Professor in the African and African-American Studies Program at the University of Oklahoma. She is the author of The Rhetoric of Race (Valencia, 2007) and co-editor of Critical Perspectives on bell hooks (Routledge, 2009) as well as Intersections: Black Feminism and Continental Philosophy (SUNY, 2009).
Scott Davidson is Associate Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department at Oklahoma City University. He is the translator of Michel Henry's works: Material Phenomenology (Fordham, 2008) and Seeing the Invisible (Continuum, 2009). He recently edited a double-issue devoted to Ricoeur in the Journal of French Philosophy.  
Bernard P. Dauenhauer is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Georgia. He is the author of Paul Ricoeur: The Promise and Risk of Politics and numerous articles on Ricoeur's thought. 
Andreea Deciu Ritivoi is Associate Professor in the English department at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. She has been an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, a Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin Fellow, and a Fellow of the National Humanities Center. Her first book, Yesterday's Self: Nostalgia and the Immigrant Identity was published by Rowman and Littlefield in 2002, and her second book, Paul Ricoeur: Tradition and Innovation in Rhetorical Theory by State University of New York Press in 2006. She is also the editor of Interpretation and Its Objects: Studies in the Philosophy of Michael Krausz (Rodopi, 2003).
François Dosse is Professor of History at IUFM (Créteil). He is the author of the following works: L'histoire en miettes, La Découverte, 1987 ; Histoire du structuralisme, Le champ du signe, vol. 1, La Découverte, 1991 et Le chant du cygne, vol. 2, La Découverte, 1992 ; L'Instant éclaté, Aubier, 1994 ; L'Empire du sens, La D


"This is the best recent book on Ricoeur's work precisely because the contributors are all well respected and widely published experts in their disciplines who bring to bear on their work various aspects of Ricoeur's extensive philosophy. So, unlike other collective works on Ricoeur, this book is about various aspects in philosophy, theology, religion, history, political theory, law, rhetoric, psychoanalysis, education, women's studies, race studies, and musicology. What it shows is the pervasive influence of Ricoeur's insights and analyses on these disparate disciplines. While each essay is independent of the others, they have in common the use of some facet of Ricoeur's vast and varied oeuvre to elucidate one or more issues in that discipline. I applaud Scott Davidson for editing this collection of extraordinarily interesting essays from the very best scholars in a multitude of disciplines." -- Charles Reagan, Professor of Philosophy, Kansas State University, USA
"These essays expand on a most expansive philosopher and provide a remarkable treatment of the breadth of Paul Ricoeur's corpus at a timely moment. At this stage of assessing Ricoeur's legacy, what is often left out is the extent of his own cross-disciplinary approach. This book makes this aspect of Ricoeur impossible to miss. In so doing, it brings together noted Ricoeur scholars from many fields who offer creative readings both of Ricoeur's full corpus and extend Ricoeur's thought in new directions. For example, the chapters that note that Ricoeur hardly addressed feminist and racial issues nevertheless reveal how fruitful Ricoeur's hermeneutics of the self can be when applied in these areas. In chapter after chapter, one is impressed with the depth of engagement with Ricoeur's thought and application to diverse areas such as theology, law, education, psychoanalysis, and even music. Even in areas that Ricoeur plumbed fairly fully, there is fresh interaction with current discussions in biblical hermeneutics, political theory, rhetoric. Just a few of these would be worth the price of the book, including the early chapter by Adriaan Peperzak comparing Ricoeur with Levinas as an expert on both." -- Dan R. Stiver, Professor of Theology, Hardins-Simmons University, TX, USA
... of great value in the task of arguing for the enduring significance of Ricoeur for ongoing work in a wide variety of disciplines. For those already familiar with Ricoeur's work, this volume will provide a series of provocations that take the reader further into the still substantially unexplored reach of this multidisciplinary oeuvre. For those little acquainted with Ricoeur, this book does a good job of providing a sympathetic introduction to the man and his work and serves well as a base camp from which to explore further.