Hermeneutic Phenomenology

  • Domenico Jervolino
Part of the Contributions to Phenomenology book series (CTPH, volume 6)

Abstract

In 1974, in a writing which is at once a summing up and a plan for future research, Ricoeur came back to his favorite theme, the relation between hermeneutics and phenomenology, setting out his project for a “hermeneutic phenomenology.”1

Keywords

Favorite Theme Husserlian Phenomenology Hermeneutic Phenomenology Cartesian Meditation Referential Function 
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References

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    Paul Ricoeur, “Foreword” to Don Ihde, Hermeneutic Phenomenology: The Philosophy of Paul Ricoeur (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1971), pp.xiii-xv.Google Scholar
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    Paul Ricoeur, “Evénement et sens,” La teologia della storia. Rivelazione e storia, Archivio di filosofia, XXXIX, 2 (1971), p.17.Google Scholar
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  • Domenico Jervolino

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