Les limites du récit

Jérôme Porée


The notions of “narrated time” and “narrative identity” have become, in less than three decades, commonplaces, not only for philosophers, but also for psychologists and ethicists. This would be welcomed, if only it were not used nowadays in what must be called a new dogmatic way. Now, Paul Ricœur indeed asserted, in various ways, the wealth of the notion of narrative; but he also readily acknowleged its limits – aren’t these limits those of hermeneutics itself?


Narrative, Time, Suffering, Psychoanalysis, Phenomenology

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/errs.2013.178

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