The Ricœur Centenary (1913-2013)
Call for Papers / Appel à propositions
Paul Ricœur and Contemporary English Language Philosophy
November 18-20, 2013
A Congress organized by the Fonds Ricœur
in collaboration with the Society for Ricœur Studies,
the Asociacion Iberoamericana de Estudios sobre Paul Ricœur,
and the University of Marbourg (RFA).
Appel à propositions / Call for paper :
Études Ricœuriennes/Ricœur Studies (ERRS)
Hermeneutics and Social Analysis
Herméneutique et Analyse Sociale
An original collection of essays bringing together and exploring the connections between Hans-Georg Gadamer and Paul Ricoeur. contents
Memory, history, forgetting: ten years on.
Listen to the 20 lectures given during the Symposium organised by Fonds Ricœur and Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales on the event of the opening of the Fonds Ricœur.
Etre, Essence et substance chez Platon et Aristote
Course taught at the
There are several versions of the text for students of Ricœur’s famous course on Plato and Aristotle, which he taught first at Strasburg, then reworked and supplemented for the Sorbonne. It is important to restore this text within the context of contemporaneous research, and there are many researchers who see this not only as one of the best fragments of Ricœur’s teaching, but also an original philosophical reading that is important for them to be able to study.
Opening Ceremony of the Fonds Ricœur
The leaders, friends and partners of the Fonds Ricœur were received by Bernard Delanoë at the Hôtel de Ville of Paris on December 2, 2010, in order to mark the opening of the Fonds Ricœur to the public and to launch its inaugural conference.
Olivier Abel, Jean-Paul Ricœur, Catherine Goldenstein and Olivier Mongin recounted the exceptional characteristic of this place being dedicated to a philosopher. They expressed their willingness to maintain it, available to all, and warmly thanked everyone who has contributed to its realization.
Creation of the Paul Ricœur Association
The first general assembly of the Paul Ricœur Association took place Friday, December 3, 2010, alongside the inaugural conference. One hundred people were present, including the coordinators and the leaders of the Fonds Ricœur, correspondents from around the world, and the members of Paul Ricœur’s family.
"Memory, History, Forgetting" – texts
In March 2003 Paul Ricœur attended the conference “Haunted Memories? History in Europe after Authoritarianism” which was held at the Central European
The text of this lecture has never been published in English before, though it was translated and published in French in 2006. With the permission of the Editorial Committee, we are happy to post here the original English version. (Fonds Ricoeur, October 2010)
Photos: Joachim Dassonville / IPT
The new Ricoeur Collection was inaugurated on 27 May by the President of the
The cataloguing of books and manuscripts is underway and will be completed in several months.
The official opening of the Fonds Ricoeur will take place at the beginning of December, with a major inaugural conference, to which all friends of the Fonds Ricoeur are invited .
07-10 July 2010 -
"Reading Ricoeur once again : Hermeneutics and Practical philosophy".
Contact : Gonçalo Marcelo email@example.com
This important international conference, organised jointly by the Modern Quebec chair at Paris 3 University, Sorbonne Nouvelle, the Ricœur Foundation and EHESS, took place over three days in the lecture theatre at the Protestant Institute of Theology, 83 bd Arago,
In keeping with the theme of these days, you will find a French text by Paul Ricoeur "Imagination et
Virtual exhibition about hermeneutics
To celebrate the publication of the volume Writings and Conference Papers 2. Hermeneutics, we present for our international colleagues several new texts and archival documents which will enhance or deepen your reading of the new edition. You can reach them in just a few clicks.
Page: Online texts
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Ecrits et conférences 2. Herméneutique
Paul Ricoeur's contribution to hermeneutics is considerable. Like the first volume of his Ecrits et Conférences, this one, entitled Hermeneutics, bring together in one volume, texts that have become difficult to locate and some which, having been published in other languages, have not yet been read by French readers. The manuscripts of these texts are to be found in the archives. These are texts that were written alongside his major works and they permit us to see the development of his research.
The edition, edited by Nicola Stricker and Daniel Frey is particularly thoughtful and educational/informative ; they seek to draw out the connections with Ricoeur's major works.