Fallible Man: Philosophy of the Will / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
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- Fordham University Press
The most accessible of Ricoeur's early texts, Fallible Man offers an introduction to phenomenological method.
About the Author
Paul Ricoeur (1913–2005) was among the most respected philosophers of the twentieth century. He was awarded the Kyoto Prize in 2000 for his revolutionary work in phenomenology and hermeneutics. His books include The Conflict of Interpretations (Northwestern, 1974), The Rule of Metaphor (Routledge. 1978), the three volumes of Time and Narrative (Chicago University Press, 1984, 1985, and 1988), Oneself as Another (Chicago University Press, 1992), The Just (Chicago University Press, 2000), and Living up to Death (Chicago University Press, 2009).
During his long career he taught at the Sorbonne, Nanterre, and the University of
Chicago, among other appointments.