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Ipséité et passivité : le montage narratif du soi (Paul Ricoeur, Wilhelm Schapp et Antonin Artaud)

Authors
Journal
Laval théologique et philosophique
0023-9054
Publisher
Consortium Erudit
Publication Date
Volume
63
Issue
3
Identifiers
DOI: 10.7202/018171ar

Abstract

The phenomenon of life — yours, or mine always — is given to be seen or to be understood in its cohesion and in its proper identity through a narrative “montage”. This is the hypothesis which this article explores in trying to determine if the narrative montage refers to a “staged coup”, as Artaud suggests, or if instead it is not, following the very different analysis by Ricoeur, a plot in which the character, entangled in his or her own experiences, fights against the scattering of the self, or again, as according to Schapp, if each person is not simply involved in his or her own stories as well as in those of others, with no other means of reaching himself or herself than through such tangles.

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