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  • Resounding Empathy: A Critical Exploration of Ricoeur's Theory of Discourse, to Clarify the Self's Reliance on Relationships with Other Persons

    Shank, Benjamin Joseph; Institute for Christian Studies (Institute for Christian Studies, 2020-11-09)
    The goal of this dissertation is to use Ricoeur’s understanding of metaphor as developed in The Rule of Metaphor to further our understanding of the self and its relation to other persons. While Ricoeur does eventually present a full-fledged anthropology, he develops it through narrative structure, which results in a conception of the self that is different than one derived through metaphor might have been. Namely, while a narrative self is congenial to alterity, our thesis is that a self that is conceived through metaphor would rely upon alterity at its most fundamental level: not as a detour or dialectic, but as its very condition of origin. After introducing Ricoeur’s understanding of metaphor in the first chapter, we will use each subsequent chapter to focus on several points after The Rule of Metaphor where Ricoeur might have developed his understanding of the self – and its relation to alterity – somewhat differently than he in fact did under the narrative structure.
  • Perspective vol. 54 no. 2 (Fall 2020)

    Kuipers, Ronald A.; Zuidervaart, Lambert; Wesselius, Janet; Dettloff, Dean; Standish, Mark; Ansell, Nik; Hart, Hendrik; Institute for Christian Studies (Institute for Christian Studies, 2020-11)
  • Henrik Hart - Interdisciplinary Seminar on the Analysis Model

    Hart, Hendrik; Institute for Christian Studies
  • How to Not Save the World with Tyler Wigg-Stevenson

    Yett, Danielle; Acero Ferrer, Héctor; Wigg-Stevenson, Tyler; Institute for Christian Studies (Institute for Christian Studies, 2019-01-16)
  • To Raise Valleys and Bring Mountains Low with Rev. Thyra VanKeeken

    Kuipers, Ronald; Yett, Danielle; Vankeeken, Thyra; De Boer, Julia; Institute for Christian Studies (Institute for Christian Studies, 2019-01-08)

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