On this page, you will find links to resources (papers, websites, groups, books) that are useful for thinking about technology in the context of Ricoeur’s work.


Digital Ricoeur Project

A digital humanities project to provide scholars with tools for the analysis of the works of the philosopher Paul Ricœur. For more details see: George H. Taylor and Fernando Nascimento, “Digital Ricœur”, Études Ricœuriennes / Ricœur Studies 7:2 (2016), 124–145, doi:10.5195/errs.2016.383


Journal papers:

Carney, E. (2017). “Knowing Ignorance: The Fragility of Technological Application“. In A. Friedrich, P. Gehring, C. Hubig, A. Kaminski, & A. Nordmann (Eds.), Technisches Nichtwissen (pp. 5–20). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Coeckelbergh, M. & Reijers, W. (2016). “Narrative Technologies: a philosophical investigation of the narrative capacities of technologies”

Gransche, B. (2017): “The Art of Staging Simulations: Mise-en-scène, Social Impact, and Simulation Literacy”

Reijers, W., & Coeckelbergh, M. (2016) “The Blockchain as a Narrative Technology: Investigating the Social Ontology and Normative Configurations of Cryptocurrencies”

Romele, A., “Imaginative Machines”, in Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, online first, 18 September 2017, DOI: 10.5840/techne201791369

Romele, A., and Severo, M., “From Philosopher to Network. Using Digital Traces for Understanding Paul Ricoeur’s Legacy”, in Azimuth 4/7 (2016): 113-128

Romele, A., “Digital Memory and the Right to Be Forgotten. Ricoeurian perspectives”, in Tropos. Journal of Hermeneutics and Philosophical Criticism 8/2 (2015): 105-118

Romele, A., “Narrative Identity and Social Networking Sites”, in Etudes Ricoeuriennes/Ricoeur Studies 4/2 (2013): 108-122




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