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Karl F. Morrison, paul ricoeur.
- Time and Narrative, Volume 1
- Time and narrative
- From ticks to tricks of time: narrative and temporal configuration of experience
Paul Ricoeur — is a distinguished French philosopher of the twentieth century, one whose work has been widely translated and discussed across the world. In addition to his academic work, his public presence as a social and political commentator, particularly in France, led to a square in Paris being named in his honor on the centenary of his birth in In the course of his long career he wrote on a broad range of issues.
Time and Narrative, Volume 1
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Time and narrative
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From ticks to tricks of time: narrative and temporal configuration of experience
Reviews aclysm hanging over most texts written after the Great War is not what LaCapra means by "history," his notion of history remains unclear. In the chapter on Woolf, he talks of "social relations" and "institutions," but he is eUiptical, for the institutions are described as those "that regulate repetitive temporality" p. In his conclusion, he refers to contexts of"the petty intrigues in Restoration France, the world of the intelligentsia in Czarist Russia, or life in the Midlands in 'ante-Reform' England" p.
Time in Mrs. Clarissa Dalloway and other characters in Mrs. Dalloway, Peter Walsh and Septimus Warren Smith, are caught in a constant tentative evaluative process of the past. Time is non-linear, it is circular.
However, I limit myself in pointing out the necessity of this task without undertaking it. My main point is that, by means of attenuating its narrative end, making its narrative beginning ambiguous, and expanding its narrative middle, TN resists the systematic tendencies of the hermeneutic type of philosophizing and thus, in a postmodern era, evades the pitfalls of a constituting consciousness which masters all meaning. What intertwines the two problems of the essay is the fact that they both arise from a literary reading of a philosophical work that, among many other things, deals with literary issues. The first question that a literary scholar faces while reading TN is the asymmetrical meaning of the seemingly symmetrical title of the book. The first conceptual field in TN tackles the issue of the threefold mimesis, whereas the second deals with the relation between time and narrative.