ABSTRACT. The theory that I shall seek to elaborate here puts considerable emphasis on Ricoeur’s theory of truth, his hermeneutic philosophy, his account of inquiry, his narrative subject, and his thinking about God. In the present paper, I focus on Ricoeur’s discussion of tradition, his discussions of the self, the world, and God, his synthetic narrative, his dialectical method, and his model of embodied imagination. pp. 138–143

Keywords: Ricoeur, hermeneutic philosophy, self, phenomenology, interpretation


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