Towards a Poetics of Freedom

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

Abstract

At this point of our research, although the spirit of Ricoeur’s philosophical work, already productive of valid results but still in progress, is not such as to permit us to suggest its conclusions, we can fix the direction of his line of march, the itinerary he proposes as an example to all those who share his philosophical concerns and goals.

Keywords

Relay Station Historical Knowledge Practical Understanding Mimetic Activity Narrative Discourse 
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