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Freud and Philosophy: An Essay on Interpretation

av Paul Ricœur

Serier: Dwight H. Terry Lectures (1961-1962)

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If Paul Ricoeur is correct in seeing the various currents of contemporary philosophy all converging on the problem of a "grand philosophy of language," then the first sixty pages of this absorbing study of Freud may become the rallying point from which future work can begin. This first part of Freud and Philosophy, "Problematic," presents a profound and clear theory of signification, symbol, and interpretation. The second part, "A Reading of Freud," is required reading for anyone seriously interested in psychoanalysis. The third section interpretation of Ricoeur's own theory of symbol--particularly religious symbol--which places this study at the center of contemporary debate over the sense of myth. In this book are revealed Ricoeur the philosopher of langua≥ Ricoeur the critic of Freud; and Ricoeur the theologian of religious symbol. The author is outstanding in all three roles, and the book that emerges is of rare profundity, enormous scope, and complete timeliness. Paul Ricoeur is professor of philosophy at the University of Paris.   "Paul Ricouer...has done a study that is all too rare these days, in which one intellect comes to grips with another, in which a scholar devotes himself to a thoughtful, searching, and comprehensive study of a genius...The final result is a unique survey of the panorama of Freudian thought by an observer who, although starting from outside, succeeds in penetrating to its core." -American Journal of Psychiatry "Primarily an inquiry into the foundations of language and hermeneutics...[Ricoeur uses] the Freudian 'hermeneutics of suspicion' as a corrective and counter-balance for phenomenology and create a 'new phenomenology'...This important work...should have an impact upon serious thinking in philosophy, theology, psychology, and other areas which have been affected by Freud studies."--International Philosophical Quarterly "A stimulating tour de force that allows us to envisage both the psychoanalytic body of knowledge and the psychoanalytic movement in a broad perspective within the framework of its links to culture, history and the evolution of Western intellectual thought." - Psychoanalytic Quarterly  Paul Ricoeur is a professor of philosophy at the University of Chicago and the University of Paris.… (mer)

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Without a doubt, I would have gotten much more out of this book if I had a firmer grasp of phenomenology and had read more of its main works. In that sense, whatever Ricoeur wants to use his interpretation of Freud to accomplish in his own body of work and furtherance of thought I probably missed much of. Oh well...

On the other hand, as a detailed and exhaustive summary and interpretation of much of Freud's thought I can't imagine a better source. Surely Ricoeur interprets Freud in a way biased toward what he wants to use him for. As an example, I'm not sure how useful this would be for a person looking to understand how to use Freud in clinical practice. Although again, even here, Ricoeur's explanation of the concepts of "practice" and "transference" do have implications in this regard.

Let's just say that if you are looking for a work that might give you an approach to Freud, a way to understand his complicated and oftentimes misunderstood concepts, there are worse places to look. Ricoeur makes me want to re-read Freud's books I've read and then read his works I haven't gotten to yet. Clarifying and confounding, but never boring.

Is it stupid to say you are proud of yourself for finishing a book? Maybe.
But I am proud that I stuck with this one to the end.
It wasn't an easy ride, but it was a fulfilling one. ( )
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If Paul Ricoeur is correct in seeing the various currents of contemporary philosophy all converging on the problem of a "grand philosophy of language," then the first sixty pages of this absorbing study of Freud may become the rallying point from which future work can begin. This first part of Freud and Philosophy, "Problematic," presents a profound and clear theory of signification, symbol, and interpretation. The second part, "A Reading of Freud," is required reading for anyone seriously interested in psychoanalysis. The third section interpretation of Ricoeur's own theory of symbol--particularly religious symbol--which places this study at the center of contemporary debate over the sense of myth. In this book are revealed Ricoeur the philosopher of langua≥ Ricoeur the critic of Freud; and Ricoeur the theologian of religious symbol. The author is outstanding in all three roles, and the book that emerges is of rare profundity, enormous scope, and complete timeliness. Paul Ricoeur is professor of philosophy at the University of Paris.   "Paul Ricouer...has done a study that is all too rare these days, in which one intellect comes to grips with another, in which a scholar devotes himself to a thoughtful, searching, and comprehensive study of a genius...The final result is a unique survey of the panorama of Freudian thought by an observer who, although starting from outside, succeeds in penetrating to its core." -American Journal of Psychiatry "Primarily an inquiry into the foundations of language and hermeneutics...[Ricoeur uses] the Freudian 'hermeneutics of suspicion' as a corrective and counter-balance for phenomenology and create a 'new phenomenology'...This important work...should have an impact upon serious thinking in philosophy, theology, psychology, and other areas which have been affected by Freud studies."--International Philosophical Quarterly "A stimulating tour de force that allows us to envisage both the psychoanalytic body of knowledge and the psychoanalytic movement in a broad perspective within the framework of its links to culture, history and the evolution of Western intellectual thought." - Psychoanalytic Quarterly  Paul Ricoeur is a professor of philosophy at the University of Chicago and the University of Paris.

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