Paul Ricoeur, b. 1913. French philosopher most closely associated with the philosophy of language, with a strong interest in problems of conflicting interpretation.
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(eds.) - Ricoeur as Another: The Ethics of Subjectivity
James Risser reviews this book edited by Richard A. Cohen and James L. Marsh. From Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Paul Ricoeur: The Academic Homepage
The academic homepage of Paul Ricoeur was initiated by the Institute for Axiological Research, Vienna. It offers different resources as a chronology, primary and secondary texts, biographies, bibliographies, and photography.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Paul Ricoeur
Article by Bernard Dauenhauer. Includes biographical information and bibliography, as well as a close look at several different aspects of Ricoeur's work.
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