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.
Biography and tribute provided by the International Balzan Foundation.
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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