Resources

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

https://digitalricoeur.org/about

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

Books:

 

Groups:

The Society for Ricoeur Studies: http://www.ricoeursociety.org/

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