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By Professor Kevin J. Vanhoozer

Even if Paul Ricoeur's writings are broadly and appreciatively learn by means of theologians, this e-book bargains an entire, sympathetic but serious account of Ricoeur's idea of narrative interpretation and its contribution to theology. not like many earlier reviews of Ricoeur, half I argues that Ricoeur's hermeneutics needs to be considered within the mild of his total philosophical time table, as a fusion and continuation of the incomplete tasks of Kant and Heidegger. rather invaluable is the focal point on Ricoeur's contemporary narrative thought because the context within which Ricoeur bargains with difficulties of time and the inventive mind's eye; and it turns into transparent that narrative stands on the crossroads of Ricoeur's look for the that means of individual in addition to his look for the which means of texts. half II examines the opportunity of Ricoeur's narrative idea for resolving sure theological difficulties, equivalent to the dichotomy betweens the Jesus of background and the Christ of religion.

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1) The rich connection between Heidegger's Being and Time and Ricoeur's Temps et recit is obscured by the English translation of Ricoeur's book, Time and Narrative. Ricoeur's thesis is that time comes to expression through telling. " 48 Though recit is a noun meaning "recital," "telling" better conveys the narrative activity with which Ricoeur is concerned. Calling the book Time and Telling would be a permissible translation, and in this form the allusion to Heidegger is more obvious. Ricoeur's thesis is that telling mediates being and time.

The dispute over the reality or non-reality of thinking that is isolated from practice is a purely scholastic question" (McLellan, Karl Marx, 155). Ricoeur insists that the outcome of his hermeneutics should be an ethical one, and he suggests that only in this way can a hermeneutics respond to the challenge of Marx's eleventh thesis (see Ricoeur's "Preface" to Domenico Jervolino, II cogito Human being, possibility, and time 35 eVermeneutica. La questione delsoggetto in Ricoeur [Naples, Generoso Procaccini Editore, 1984], 9).

Through such a "repetition," the "monumental" possibilities of the past may be made my own, as possibilities for my future. This threefold structure of care (past, present, future) Heidegger calls temporality. This is the basic being of humanity. It is because man is first temporal that he can be historical, for to be historical means to be aware that the past and future are as real as the present. 39 BT, 239. , 395-6. 41 "Existence and Hermeneutics," CI, 3-24. 42 CI, 11. For all his similarities to Hans-Georg Gadamer, this is also the point where Ricoeur parts company with him.

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