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Dennett and Ricoeur on the narrative self

Author: Joan McCarthy
Publisher: Amherst, NY : Humanity Books, 2007.
Series: Contemporary studies in philosophy and the human sciences.
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Named Person: D C Dennett; Paul Ricœur; Daniel Clement Dennett; Paul Ricoeur; D C Dennett; Paul Ricœur
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Joan McCarthy
ISBN: 9781591025481 1591025486
OCLC Number: 86172891
Description: 298 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Why the narrative self? --
Contemporary interest in narrative theory --
Is the self real or illusory? --
Dennett's brand of naturalism --
The heterophenomenological method (HM) --
Consciousness and the self --
The naturalist narrative self --
Puzzle cases --
The HM and the narrative self --
The limitations of Dennett's account --
The limits of language --
Epistemological fragility --
Ontological fragility --
Naturalism and phenomenology --
Confronting naturalism --
Phenomenology and hermeneutics --
The detour of interpretation --
Reflexivity --
The problem of personal identity --
The number of selves, identity relations and truth --
The capable self and its narrative identity --
Narrative identity and aristotelian muthos --
Narrative recounting of human lives --
LPSE-identity and literary puzzle cases --
Certainty, knowledge and attestation --
Narrative attestation --
Fact and fiction --
Narrative attestation --
The limitations of Ricoeur's account --
Selective appeals to literary and psychoanalytic discourses --
Focus on the self-examining self --
The ontological status of the narrative self --
The epistemological status of the narrative self --
The practical self --
Why the narrative self?
Series Title: Contemporary studies in philosophy and the human sciences.
Responsibility: Joan McCarthy.
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