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Deleuze and Ricoeur : disavowed affinities and the narrative self

Author: Declan Sheerin
Publisher: London ; New York : Continuum, ©2009.
Series: Continuum studies in continental philosophy.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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What is the self? Is it the impregnable cogito of Descartes or the shattered self of Nietzsche? Or has it become serendipitously constituted from pieces of fairy tales and novels, childhood comics and soap operas - a multitude of forces culled from fashion, modern myth, culture and recreation? Or must we still convince ourselves, like Rousseau, that the self can never be tainted; that it is, above all else,  Read more...
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Sheerin, Declan.
Deleuze and Ricoeur.
London ; New York : Continuum, ©2009
(DLC) 2008056033
(OCoLC)277203992
Named Person: Gilles Deleuze; Paul Ricœur; Gilles Deleuze; Paul Ricœur; Gilles Deleuze; Paul Ricoeur
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Declan Sheerin
ISBN: 9781441128317 144112831X
OCLC Number: 741687217
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 240 pages).
Contents: Why Deleuze and Ricoeur? --
Fields for potential and possible connectors --
Investigative strategies --
Towards the cohesion of a life : chapter outline --
Problematizing the field of the self --
Between rigidification and dehiscence : context and counter-context --
Ancestry for the self in a problematic field --
Conceptual personae and the self --
Aporia of the inscrutability of the self --
Sweeney : philosophical bathyscope --
Critique on the Kantian self --
Pretensions of the Kantian self --
Divided self still surrounded by the mad and the replicant --
The narrative self --
Oneself as another or Xnselves as myself --
The narrative self : origins in Kant --
Appearance and exposition of the narrative self --
Working through narrative --
Towards an interrogation of the narrative self --
Questioning the narrative self through its progenitors --
Methodology : questioning back --
The narrative self in retrospect --
The poetic composition of the self : threefold mimesis --
Summary : problems for narrative identity --
Transversals between Ricoeur and Deleuze --
In the land of the larval selves --
Origins in Schelling --
Ontology of productivity --
The dogmatic image of thought --
The narrative self as twin multiplicities --
Dis/solving the narrative self --
From multiplicity to the narrative self --
Obscure stammering for a new narrative self --
Between time and the self : a fractured 'I' --
Laws in the germplasm of narrative : the dark precursor --
Narrative persona --
From debt to excess --
Ricoeur's dilemma of the self : substance or illusion? --
Deleuze and Aristotle : a disavowed affinity --
Interzone --
Between dark precursor and narrative self : gelassenheit --
Inhering problems for the becoming-narrative self --
An unguessed axis for narrative selves --
From excess to debt : evolving constraints to narrative identity --
Where to start? : three stations : natality, personhood, narrative selfhood --
First constraint : Proustian love and lack --
Narrative constraints : implications for the synthesis of the heterogeneous --
The poetic imagination within the evolving constraints of narrative productivity --
Where Deleuze was, there Ricoeur shall be? --
The narrative self : a badly posed question --
Second constraint : imagination within structure and obligation --
A self entombe d in a debt to the past.
Series Title: Continuum studies in continental philosophy.
Responsibility: Declan Sheerin.

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Challenges the theory that the self is narrative alone or that concordance reigns over discordance in the self. Drawing upon the works of Gilles Deleuze, this book proposes that deep to the sense of  Read more...

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