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By Paul Ricoeur. Time in literature. Mimesis in literature. Plots Drama, novel, etc. Volume 2 of Time and Narrative requires no special introduction.
Reviews aclysm hanging over most texts written after the Great War is not what LaCapra means by "history," his notion of history remains unclear. In the chapter on Woolf, he talks of "social relations" and "institutions," but he is eUiptical, for the institutions are described as those "that regulate repetitive temporality" p. In his conclusion, he refers to contexts of"the petty intrigues in Restoration France, the world of the intelligentsia in Czarist Russia, or life in the Midlands in 'ante-Reform' England" p.
My approach to the problem of the 'illusion of sequence' is derived from two complementary claims. He points out that we experience time in two different ways. About this book. Emplotment: A Reading of Aristotle's Poetics. Norbert Meuter.
Paul Ricoeur was among the most impressive philosophers of the 20th century continental philosophers, both in the unusual breadth and depth of his philosophical scholarship and in the innovative nature of his thought. He was a prolific writer, and his work is essentially concerned with that grand theme of philosophy: the meaning of life. His constant preoccupation was with a hermeneutic of the self, fundamental to which is the need we have for our lives to be made intelligible to us. Though a Christian philosopher whose work in theology is well-known and respected, his philosophical writings do not rely upon theological concepts, and are appreciated by non-Christians and Christians alike.
This idea of metaphoric reference can be extended to works of art as well. Both fictional narratives and artworks may be defined by the formula seeing as , and this formula represents their ontological status that may be defined as being as. His philosophy of art can be derived from his idea of metaphor and narrative which both belong to the realm of the symbolic.
Господи Иисусе, - простонал Стратмор. - Ну прямо цирк. - Он провел рукой по подбородку, на котором темнела полуторасуточная щетина.
Повинуясь инстинкту, он резко нажал на тормоза, но мотоцикл не остановился на скользком от машинного масла полу. Веспу понесло. Рядом раздался оглушающий визг тормозов такси, его лысая резина заскользила по полу.
В его мозгу все время прокручивались слова Стратмора: Обнаружение этого кольца - вопрос национальной безопасности. Внутренний голос подсказывал Беккеру, что он что-то упустил - нечто очень важное, но он никак не мог сообразить, что. Я преподаватель, а не тайный агент, черт возьми. И тут же он понял, почему все-таки Стратмор не послал в Севилью профессионала.
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