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Ricoeur's critical theory

Author: David M Kaplan
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©2003.
Series: SUNY series in the philosophy of the social sciences.
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"In Ricoeur's Critical Theory, David M. Kaplan revisits the Habermas-Gadamer debates to show how Paul Ricoeur's narrative-hermeneutics and moral-political philosophy provide a superior interpretive, normative, and critical framework. Arguing that Ricoeur's unique version of critical theory surpasses the hermeneutic philosophy of Gadamer, Kaplan adds a theory of argumentation necessary to criticize false  Read more...
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Kaplan, David M.
Ricoeur's critical theory.
Albany : State University of New York Press, ©2003
(DLC) 2002042631
(OCoLC)51046788
Named Person: Paul Ricœur; Paul Ricœur
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David M Kaplan
ISBN: 141752412X 9781417524129 079145696X 9780791456965 0791456951 9780791456958 9780791486986 0791486982
OCLC Number: 55896342
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 223 pages).
Contents: Hermeneutics. --
Narrative. --
Selfhood. --
Practical wisdom. --
Politics. --
Critical theory.
Series Title: SUNY series in the philosophy of the social sciences.
Responsibility: David M. Kaplan.

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"In Ricoeur's Critical Theory, David M. Kaplan revisits the Habermas-Gadamer debates to show how Paul Ricoeur's narrative-hermeneutics and moral-political philosophy provide a superior interpretive, normative, and critical framework. Arguing that Ricoeur's unique version of critical theory surpasses the hermeneutic philosophy of Gadamer, Kaplan adds a theory of argumentation necessary to criticize false consciousness and distorted communication. He also argues that Ricoeur develops Habermas's critical theory, adding an imaginative, creative dimension and a concern for community values and ideas of the Good Life. He then shows how Ricoeur's political philosophy steers a delicate path between liberalism, communitarianism, and socialism. Ricoeur's version of critical theory not only identifies and criticizes social pathologies, posits Kaplan, but also projects utopian alternatives for personal and social transformation that would counter and heal the effects of unjust societies. The author concludes by applying Ricoeur's critical theory to three related problems - the politics of identity and recognition, technology, and globalization and democracy - to show how his works add depth, complexity and practical solutions to these problems."--Jacket.

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