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Ranskalainen filosofi Paul Ric ur on Martin Heideggerin ja Hans Georg Gadamerin ohella kuluneen vuosisadan merkitt vimpi hermeneuttisen filosofian kehitt ji Ric urin laajaan tuotantoon sis ltyy my s psykoanalyysia, teologiaa, filosofian historiaa, etiikkaa ja politiikan filosofiaa k sittelevi teoksia ja artikkeleita Urallaan Ric ur on opettanut Strasbourgin, SorbonnenRanskalainen filosofi Paul Ric ur on Martin Heideggerin ja Hans Georg Gadamerin ohella kuluneen vuosisadan merkitt vimpi hermeneuttisen filosofian kehitt ji Ric urin laajaan tuotantoon sis ltyy my s psykoanalyysia, teologiaa, filosofian historiaa, etiikkaa ja politiikan filosofiaa k sittelevi teoksia ja artikkeleita Urallaan Ric ur on opettanut Strasbourgin, Sorbonnen, Nanterren ja Chicagon yliopistoissa H nen p teoksiaan ovat Philosophie de la volont 1950, 1960 , De l interpr tation 1965 , La m taphore vive 1975 , Temps et r cit 1983 1985 , Soi m me comme un autre 1990 Teoksessaan Tulkinnan teoria Ric ur tarjoaa lukijalle yleisesityksen oman tuotantonsa keskeisist teemoista Sen nelj ss esseess tarkastellaan kielen luonnetta, merkityksen rakentumista, monimerkityksisyyden ongelmaa sek ymm rt misen ja selitt misen suhdetta tulkinnan prosessissa T m n lis ksi teoksessa nousee esiin Ric urin strukturalismikritiikki sek h nen pit ytymisens fenomenologian ja eksistentialismin l ht kohdan muodostavassa subjektin filosofiassa Tulkinnan teoria muodostaa erinomaisen johdannon Paul Ric urin ajatteluun Teos on ensimm inen, joka h nelt on suomennettu.


  • Title: Interpretation Theory: Discourse and the Surplus of Meaning
  • Author: Paul Ricœur Ted Klein
  • ISBN: 9780912646596
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Paperback

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Paul Ricœur Ted Klein

Paul Ricoeur 1913 2005 is widely recognized as one of the most distinguished philosophers of the twentieth century In the course of his long career he wrote on a broad range of issues His books include a multi volume project on the philosophy of the will Freedom and Nature The Voluntary and the Involuntary 1950, Eng tr 1966 , Fallible Man 1960, Eng tr 1967 , and The Symbolism of Evil 1960, Eng tr 1970 a major study of Freud Freud and Philosophy An Essay on Interpretation 1965, Eng tr 1970 The Rule of Metaphor 1975, Eng tr 1977 Interpretation Theory Discourse and the Surplus of Meaning 1976 the three volume Time and Narrative 1983 85, Eng tr 1984 88 Lectures on Ideology and Utopia 1986 the published version of his Gifford lectures Oneself as Another 1990, Eng tr 1992 Memory, History, Forgetting 2000, Eng tr 2004 and The Course of Recognition 2004, Eng tr 2005 In addition to his books, Ricoeur published than 500 essays, many of which appear in collections in English History and Truth 1955, Eng tr 1965 Husserl An Analysis of His Phenomenology 1967 The Conflict of Interpretations Essays in Hermeneutics 1969, Eng tr 1974 Political and Social Essays 1974 Essays on Biblical Interpretation 1980 Hermeneutics and the Human Sciences 1981 From Text to Action 1986, Eng tr 1991 Figuring the Sacred Religion, Narrative, and Imagination 1995 The Just 1995, Eng tr 2000 On Translation 2004, Eng tr 2004 and Reflections on the Just 2001, Eng tr 2007.The major theme that unites his writings is that of a philosophical anthropology This anthropology, which Ricoeur came to call an anthropology of the capable human being, aims to give an account of the fundamental capabilities and vulnerabilities that human beings display in the activities that make up their lives Though the accent is always on the possibility of understanding the self as an agent responsible for its actions, Ricoeur consistently rejects any claim that the self is immediately transparent to itself or fully master of itself Self knowledge only comes through our relation to the world and our life with and among others in that world.In the course of developing his anthropology, Ricoeur made a major methodological shift His writings prior to 1960 were in the tradition of existential phenomenology But during the 1960s Ricoeur concluded that properly to study human reality he had to combine phenomenological description with hermeneutic interpretation For this hermeneutic phenomenology, whatever is intelligible is accessible to us in and through language and all deployments of language call for interpretation Accordingly, there is no self understanding that is not mediated by signs, symbols, and texts in the final analysis self understanding coincides with the interpretation given to these mediating terms Oneself as Another, 15, translation corrected This hermeneutic or linguistic turn did not require him to disavow the basic results of his earlier investigations It did, however, lead him not only to revisit them but also to see clearly their implications.



Comments Interpretation Theory: Discourse and the Surplus of Meaning

  • Steven Peterson

    Paul Ricoeur's focus is interpretation--how to decipher texts. Language is ". . self the process by which private experience is made public." When we try to understand the author of a written text, we no longer have the immediate dialogue that we have with a person to whom we are speaking. As a result, we have a ". . tachment of meaning from the event." In essence, we now must interpret the words in a piece of writing without being able to clarify them through dialogue with the author. But how c [...]


  • Inês

    Parece que ainda não é desta que me vejo livre de ti. Vemo-nos outra vez em janeiro. Complicado. Não gostei.


  • Chris

    This book is pretty difficult material. It's philosophical, and it presents the ideas of interpretation and understanding. I am not completely sure that I understood this book. I get some concepts, like the idea that a given text is separated from it's author and even from the situation which occasioned its composition, so that - on some level - the only possible interpretations possible originate in modern contexts and in the social location of the reader. Still, it's hard to synthesize the sub [...]


  • Filipa

    2,5 stars Este conjunto de ensaios não é nada fácil de ler e já sei que o vou ter que reler ainda para poder realmente compreender o sentido. São ensaios muito eruditos e acho que a compreensão do texto é difícil e a linguagem não ajuda muito a essa compreensão. De qualquer das maneiras algumas ideias que o autor aqui defende são interessantes e dignas de serem aprofundadas.


  • Andrew

    A killer reflection on the nature of language and interpretation. It was so good I had to write an m.a. thesis on it.


  • Justas Mazūra

    Gadameris maiše.


  • Ahmed Yousif

    #استفاد ريكور ونقد كل الاتجاهات الحديثة في مشروعه التأويلي#محطات الفلسفة الابرز تاريخيا: سؤال الوجود عند ارسطو - سؤال المعرفة عند كانط - سؤال الزمان لدى هايدغر وأخيرا سؤال السرد لدى ريكور#فرق دي سوسير بشكل عميق بين اللغة بوصفها لسانا واللغة بوصفها كلاما (ليس خطابا)#اللغة بوصف [...]


  • Michelle Marvin

    This is probably the first book where I've ever disagreed with the philosophical theory, but thought that the writing itself was outstanding. A fascinating introduction to interpretation theory, discourse, semantics, semiotics, symbol, and metaphor. The conclusion truly brought everything together, and it was here that I fundamentally disagreed with Ricoeur in that I don't think you can get to an appropriation of the meaning of a text without some understanding of what is "hidden behind the text [...]


  • Mil Übermensch

    Skaityti vienam būtų buvusi tikra kančia, nes: a) reikia išmanyti visą vokiškąją bei angliškąją filosofijos tradiciją, kadangi autorius, plėtodamas savo teoriją, apie tai užsimena lyg apie savaime suprantamus dalykus; b) specifinė pasakojimo maniera su pavardėmis daro tą patį; c) tekstas perkonstruotas iš paskaitų medžiagos, tad vietomis - per daug pažadų ir nuorodų į tai, kas bus, ir neadekvačiai išplėtotas tekstas, kai tuo tapu kitose vietose to labai trūksta (žr [...]


  • Laura Walin

    Tässä kirjassa häiritsi eniten suomennos. Liian monet sanat olivat jääneet anglismeiksi tekstin sekaan, kun niille ei ollut löytynyt suomenkielistä vastinetta. Oma kokemukseni teksitstä oli, että näin ollen olisi ehkä parempi ollut jättää teksti kokonaan kääntämättä, kun 2/3 nytkin käytännössä jäi.Itse sisältöä oli ensilukemalta yllämainitusta kieliongemasta hieman vaikea tavoittaa, mutta luulen, että sain sieltä täältä ajatuksesta kiinni. Luen kirjan toiseenkin [...]


  • Paul

    The book was not what I expected. I need to learn even the terms of semantics, semiotics, etc. etc.One of the phrases used struck me hard. There is a difference between explanation and understanding.And quite properly interpretation has to be of the logos (maybe one of the reasons that I thought the book was on theology). But of old, it was seen that there has to be a noun and a verb to get meaning, and so logos


  • Carl

    A nice, short book that ranges from Structuralism to Speech Act Theory to Metaphor and manages to bring it all together into a fairly easy to understand thesis on how we read. A bit out of date now, I suppose, but I think I see some foreshadowing of Cognitive Poetics, though of course with Ricoeurs own phenomenological twist to it all. It's been a while since I read this, so I'll try to go back over it and give a more detailed review at some point.


  • Roger Green

    It's a great talk, even if dated. It makes one reflect on the state of semiology in 2016. Is Ricoeur right about post writing (literature) culture. Does the printed word, the painted picture, enhance the nuances of sense-making by creating a distantiated form from which we can then understand nuance? What does this mean in YouTube culture?


  • Larrin Robertson

    You will need time to read, re-read and read againjust to make sure you understand what is being communicated. Good read, though.


  • Hakam N

    Jelas


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