Llanera, T. (2010). Alive Beyond Death! Ricoeur and the Immortalizing Narrative of the Self. Philosophical Frontiers, 5, 1, 31-41.

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The intent of the work is to show that when the corporeality of man is extinguished, the self continues to pulse through the story. By traversing Paul Ricoeur’s hermeneutics, the author argues that the capable, hopeful and mortal self – the description of man in his philosophical anthropology - are spoken, written and read in a narrative. The self that has succumbed to his last breath may hope to endure creatively through the interpretation of the reader. The immortalizing narrative is the answer of the Self to finitude. This is the Self ’s adamant “No!” to the no of death.
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September 27, 2010
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