Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur <p><strong><em><span class="ILfuVd"><span class="hgKElc">É</span></span>tudes ricœuriennes / Ricœur Studies</em> (ERRS)</strong> is an electronic, open access, peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the study of the work of Paul Ricœur. The journal was founded in 2010 by Scott Davidson, Johann Michel and George Taylor. ERRS is interdisciplinary in scope and seeks to continue Ricœur's own dialogue across the disciplines (law, political science, sociology, anthropology, history, to name only a few). ERRS invites critical appraisals and constructive extensions of Ricœur's vast oeuvre. ERRS also welcomes original contributions from the intellectual traditions (hermeneutics, phenomenology, structuralism, analytic philosophy...) and themes (memory, history, justice, recognition...) that Ricœur engaged in his work.</p><p><strong>Editorial Direction </strong>: Prof. Ernst Wolff and Prof. Jean-Luc Amalric<strong><br /></strong></p><p><strong>Editorial Secretary : </strong>Amélie Canu<strong><br /></strong></p><p><strong>Editorial Board </strong>:</p><table width="424"><tbody><tr><td>Prof. Olivier Abel</td><td>Prof. Pamela Sue Anderson</td><td>Prof. John Arthos</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Marie-France Bégué</td><td>Prof. Patrick Bourgeois</td><td>Prof. Andris Breitling</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Marc Breviglieri</td><td>Prof. Jeffrey Barash</td><td>Prof. Mireille Delbraccio</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. François Dosse</td><td>Prof. Farhang Erfani</td><td>Prof. Gaelle Fiasse</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Michael Foessel</td><td>Prof. Daniel Frey</td><td>Catherine Goldenstein</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Jerôme de Gramont</td><td>Prof. Jean Greisch</td><td>Prof. Jean Grondin</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Christina Gschwandtner</td><td>Prof. Annemie Halsema</td><td>Prof. Domenico Jervolino</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Morny Joy</td><td>Prof. Maureen Junker-Kenny</td><td>Prof. Richard Kearney</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Marc de Launay</td><td>Prof. Sabina Loriga</td><td>Prof. Patricio Andrés Mena Malet</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Todd Mei</td><td>Olivier Mongin</td><td>Prof. Mirela Oliva</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. David Pellauer</td><td>Prof. Jérôme Porée</td><td>Prof. Charles Reagan</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Myriam Revault d'Allonnes</td><td>Prof. Andreea Ritivoi</td><td>Prof. Roger Savage</td></tr><tr><td>Jean-Louis Schlegel</td><td>Prof. William Schweiker</td><td>Prof. Alison Scott- Bauman</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Nicola Stricker</td><td>Prof. Páll Skúlason</td><td>Prof. John Starkey</td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Dan Stiver</td><td>Prof. Yasuhiko Sugimura</td><td><p>Prof. George Taylor</p></td></tr><tr><td>Prof. Laurent Thevenot</td><td>Prof. Gilbert Vincent</td><td><p>Prof. Mark Wallace</p><p>Prof. Johann Michel</p></td></tr></tbody></table> en-US <br /><strong>Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms: </strong><br /><br /><ol><ol><li>The Author retains copyright in the Work, where the term “Work” shall include all digital objects that may result in subsequent electronic publication or distribution.<br /><br /></li><li>Upon acceptance of the Work, the author shall grant to the Publisher the right of first publication of the Work.<br /><br /></li><li>The Author shall grant to the Publisher and its agents the nonexclusive perpetual right and license to publish, archive, and make accessible the Work in whole or in part in all forms of media now or hereafter known under a <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" target="_blank">Creative Commons 4.0 License (Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works)</a>, or its equivalent, which, for the avoidance of doubt, allows others to copy, distribute, and transmit the Work under the following conditions:<ol style="list-style-type: lower-alpha;"><li>Attribution—other users must attribute the Work in the manner specified by the author as indicated on the journal Web site;</li><li>Noncommercial—other users (including Publisher) may not use this Work for commercial purposes;</li><li>No Derivative Works—other users (including Publisher) may not alter, transform, or build upon this Work,with the understanding that any of the above conditions can be waived with permission from the Author and that where the Work or any of its elements is in the public domain under applicable law, that status is in no way affected by the license. <br /><br /></li></ol></li><li>The Author is able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the nonexclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the Work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), as long as there is provided in the document an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal.<br /><br /></li><li>Authors are permitted and encouraged to post online a pre-publication <em>manuscript</em> (but not the Publisher’s final formatted PDF version of the Work) in institutional repositories or on their Websites prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work. 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Daniel Frey, La religion dans la philosophie de Paul Ricœur (Paris : Hermann, 2021) https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/617 Yasuhiko Sugimura Copyright (c) 2022 Yasuhiko Sugimura https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/617 Thu, 15 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 Philosophie, sciences sociales, et herméneutique. L’anthropologie interprétative de Johann Michel dans Homo interpretans https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/615 Johann Michel’s <em>Homo Interpretans </em>aims at giving an account of the common ground to the question of interpretation, in a general sense covering ordinary as well as scholarly practices and conceptions, and to the question of philosophical anthropology. Important aspects of Ricoeur’s philosophy are also discussed throughout the book. The author’s thesis is that interpretation takes place whenever an understanding of the world is missing, be it on an ordinary way or in a more elaborate relationship to knowledge. This common ground gives rise to an interpretive anthropology which rearticulates the connection between philosophical discourse, the human and social sciences, and hermeneutics. Finally, the universality of <em>homo interpretans</em> is discussed as it relates to this project of reformulating hermeneutics and the difference between the more ordinary, exploratory level of interpretation and the level of interpretations institutionalized in human and social sciences. Samuel Lelièvre Copyright (c) 2022 Samuel Lelièvre https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/615 Thu, 15 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 Book Review. Paul Downes, Concentric Space as a Life Principle Beyond Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and Ricoeur. Inclusion of the Other (Abingdon: Routledge, 2020) https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/618 Paolo Furia Copyright (c) 2022 Paolo Furia https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/618 Thu, 15 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 Le Prix d’excellence des Ateliers d’été 2022 du Fonds Ricœur –« Dissonances mélodiques. Du cercle de la mimèsis à la Poétique du récit : une transition difficile » https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/616 This article points out some methodological difficulties in <em>Time and Narrative</em>. On the one hand, the imbalance in the re-elaboration of the mimetic model: the extensive treatment of the configurative and the refigurative components contrasts with the indeterminacy which remains in the prefigurative component. On the other hand, there is a discontinuity between narrative refiguration and the hermeneutics of historical consciousness. A certain ambiguity of the “ontological” allows for the integration of the hermeneutics of historical consciousness and the prefigurative dimension of action. By limiting the scope of refiguration in this way, the poetic circle operates solely within the hermeneutic circle. The connectors of historical time and the theory of the act of reading are also related to the hermeneutics of action. Thus an alternative view of <em>Time and Narrative</em> emerges, where narrative ceases to be the main axis, and where praxis gives full meaning to the hermeneutic reflection, and thereby to the experience of time. Federico Chacón Copyright (c) 2022 Federico Chacón https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/616 Thu, 15 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 Introduction — Ricoeur and the Question of Religion https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/612 Introduction to the volume “Ricoeur and the Question of Religion” Maureen Junker-Kenny Copyright (c) 2022 Maureen Junker-Kenny https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/612 Thu, 15 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 Introduction — Ricoeur et la question de la religion https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/611 Itroduction to the volume “Ricoeur et la question de la religion” Maureen Junker-Kenny Copyright (c) 2022 Maureen Junker-Kenny https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/611 Thu, 15 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 La religion dans l’œuvre de Ricœur. Dialogue avec Yasuhiko Sugimura https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/613 Yasuhiko Sugimura’s review of my book <em>La Religion dans la philosophie</em> (Hermann, 2021) for the present issue of <em>Études Ricœuriennes / Ricoeur Studies</em> affords me an opportunity to return to my intention in this work. I verify the heuristic hypothesis that the complex relationship that Ricoeur’s philosophy established with religion can be explained by a process of secularization [<em>laïcisation</em>] of Ricoeur’s religious convictions. In dialogue with the aforementioned review, I propose to reconsider certain aspects of my criticism of Ricoeur on the question of truth. Daniel Frey Copyright (c) 2022 Daniel Frey https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/613 Thu, 15 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 Freud, Moïse et la religion. Une lecture de Paul Ricœur https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/600 Freud places the triad of art, morality and religion at the heart of a cultural sphere that remains determined by the topical-economic model. Within this framework that this article examines Ricœur’s interpretation of religion in Freud. Through Ricœur’s writings on psychoanalysis, it presents an analysis of the figure of Moses in Freud before evoking the Freudian conception of religion in the economic theory of culture. The first part of the article notes the difficult articulation between the two figures of Moses in Freud’s writings: <em>Michelangelo’s Moses</em> and that of <em>Moses and monotheism</em>, according to Ricœur’s interpretation. In a second step, the article returns to the different themes addressed by Ricœur in relation to the question of religion in Freud’s thought, such as neurosis, repression, guilt and illusion. Azadeh Thiriez-Arjangi Copyright (c) 2022 Azadeh Thiriez-Arjangi https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/600 Thu, 15 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 Paul Ricœur and the Idea of Second Naivety: Origins, Analogues, Applications https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/606 Despite the fact that it is only rarely mentioned by Ricœur, the concept of second (or post-critical) naivety seems to express an idea that is central to his hermeneutical attitude, which is why it deserves more attention. This idea can be broadly understood as the aspiration to arrive at a mediated and post-critical (self-)understanding through “detours” provided by different critical methods such as psychoanalysis or structuralism. My article consists of three parts: first, I examine the origins of the notion of second naivety, drawing attention to the fact that both Ricœur and his precursors used the term in connection with religious symbols and faith. Then, by comparing it to analogous ideas in Ricœur’s<em> </em>works, I argue that the concept of second naivety can be extended to interpretation in general. Finally, I explore the possibility of a second naivety after those particular critical methods. Áron Buzási Copyright (c) 2022 Áron Buzási https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/606 Thu, 15 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 Translation, compromise, forgiveness. Exploring the role of original goodness in an ethics of capability https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/614 While Ricoeur’s argumentation is philosophical, the symbols of religion nevertheless form an integral part of what his work investigated, and represent a meeting point between conviction and critique. Recent work has considered how the symbol of an originally good creation can shed light on Ricoeur’s philosophy. This paper builds from that proposal by considering the significance of the original goodness of creation for Ricoeur’s ethics of capability: in translation; through disagreements and compromise across economies of worth; and in the exchanges of memory transcended by forgiveness. These models operate within an ethics of recognition, where the original goodness of creation can be detected in human plurality in itself, as a presupposed horizon to enable constructive disagreement, and in an orientation to the good as a possibility of human freedom. Amy Daughton Copyright (c) 2022 Amy Daughton https://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/ricoeur/article/view/614 Thu, 15 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500