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  • Conference/debate : What Makes Us Think? Nature and Rule

     

    20 years after the exchange between Jean-Pierre Changeux and Paul Ricœur on the subject of cognitive sciences, the Paul Ricœur Association in partnership with the Fonds Ricœur invites you to a debate between Lionel Naccache, Jean-Claude Ameisen and Didier Sicard. Free admission upon registration, subject to availability. To book, please send an email to the following address: associationPR@gmail.com.

     

    The conference will be held in French.


    Thursday 19th December 2019 - 6pm.

    IPT, 83 Boulevard Arago, 75014 Paris, France


     

  • News from the Fonds Ricoeur's team.

     

    After spending about ten years at Fonds Ricœur as a librarian and digital archives specialist, Olivier Villemot retired last September.


    Astrid Theveneaux, librarian at the Institute Protestant de  Théologie since 2007, has taken over at the Fonds Ricoeur and is now welcoming the researchers.

     

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  • Since the 2nd of September 2019, the opening hours of Fonds Ricoeur have changed.


    New opening hours of Fonds Ricoeur :


    • Monday : closed
    • Tuesday : open from 2pm till 5 pm

    • Wednesday: open from 2pm till 5 pm

    • Thursday : open from 2pm till 5 pm

    • Friday : open from 2pm till 5 pm
    • Saturday : closed

     

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  • The 2019 Paul Ricœur Prize is awarded to Serge Audier

     

    The 2019 Paul Ricœur Prize is awarded to Serge Audier for his book L'âge productiviste. Hégémonie prométhéenne, brèches et alternatives écologiques, published by La Découverte.

     

    Created in 2011 by the Association Paul Ricœur on a biennial basis, the Paul Ricœur Prize aims to reward an author who contributes to reflection and public debate in a form that enters into dialogue with the work of Paul Ricœur.

     

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  • Conference « Paul Tillich and Paul Ricœur in dialogue ». 24-26 June 2019

     

     

     

    The conference « Paul Tillich and Paul Ricœur in dialogue » will take place in Paris on June 24-26 2019 at Institut protestant de théologie, 83 Bd Arago, Paris. The event is jointly organized by association Paul Tillich d’expression française (APTEF) and Fonds Ricœur.

     

    The full program is now available.

     

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  •                 Third edition of the Summer Workshops co-organised by the Fonds Ricœur and the Society for Ricœur Studies - Paris June 17-21, 2019

     

    Abstracts: here

    Registration:

     

    Summer Workshop 2019

     

    Call for papers

     

    Sponserships 

    The Association Paul Ricœur proposed four sponsorships for 200 euros each to participate in the Paris Summer Workshop "Ricœur reading Freud".
     

  • ON THE OCCASION OF THE THIRD EDITION OF THE
    SUMMER WORKSHOPS AT THE FONDS RICŒUR
    TO BE HELD IN PARIS FROM 17 TO 21 JUNE 2019 ON THE THEME
    RICŒUR READING FREUD
    THE 
    PRIX D’EXCELLENCE DES ATELIERS D’ETE DU FONDS RICŒUR

    WILL BE PRESENTED BY THE
    FONDATION GOELANDS


    The Fondation Goélands will be presenting an Award of Excellence as part of this year’s Summer Workshops at the Fonds Ricœur. All doctoral or post-doctoral researchers who are admitted to present a paper at the 2019 edition of the Summer Workshops and who wish to apply are eligible for this award. A sum of 1000 euros will reward the best paper. The Award will be delivered on 21 June 2019 and the winning paper will be published in the journal Etudes ricœuriennes / Ricœur Studies.

    The text of the paper must be sent before 1 June 2019 to: atelierricoeur@gmail.com

     

    President of the jury: Jean-Luc Amalric, 
    Jury members: Daniel Frey, Geoffrey Dierckxsens, Jeanne-Marie Gagnebin, Morny Joy

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    Homo Interpretans: Towards a Transformation of Hermeneutics


    by Johann Michel (Author), David Pellauer Professor Emeritus Philosophy Department DePaul University (Translator), Hans Joas (Preface)


    Johann Michel is Professor at the University of Poitiers and is affiliated with the EHESS in Paris. He is member of the scientific council of the Fonds Ricoeur and member of the Institut Universitaire de France. Specialist of hermeneutics and social theory, he is author of many books in French, translated into several languages, including Ricoeur and the Post-Structuralists.

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    Exhibition : « Writers and thinkers around the Chambon sur Lignon region »

     

    Exhibition : From 5 June to 28 June 2019 -  Main Hall of Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, 54 Bd Raspail, 75006 Paris.


    Film  screening : Tuesday 11 June 2019 from 7 pm till 9pm.

    EHESS (amphitheater François Furet), 105 Bd Raspail, 75006 Paris. 


    Raymond Aron, Albert Camus, Georges Canguilhem, André Chouraqui, Louis Comte, Charles Gide, Jacob Gordin, Alexandre Grothendieck, Jules Isaac, Georges Levitte, Marcel Pagnol, Léon Poliakov, Francis Ponge, Paul Ricœur, Gilbert Simondon, Georges Vajda, Pierre Vidal-Naquet : all stayed and worked for a generation (1925-1950) in a very small territory of ten kilometres radius.  To what strange combination of circumstances do we owe such a concentration of great intellectuals on a lost plateau in the Haute-Loire?

     

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  • International Workshop on: Forgiving and Forgetting - Thinking after Ricoeur.

     

    Soochow University, Taiwan - samedi 27 avril 2019.

     

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