The symbolism of evil / Paul Ricoeur ; translated from the French by Emerson Buchanan. [print]

By: Ricur, Paul [author]Contributor(s): Buchanan, EmersonMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: French Series: Beacon paperback Ariadne ; 18Publisher: Boston : Beacon Press, (c)1969Description: 362 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0807015679; 9780807015674Uniform titles: Symbolique du mal. English Subject(s): Sin | Good and evil | Conduct of life | ReligionLOC classification: BT715.S963 1969Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Phenomenology of "confession" -- Defilement Sin Guilt Recapitulation of the symbolism of evil in the concept of the servile will The "myths" of the beginning and of the end The symbolic function of myths The drama of creation and the "ritual" vision of the world The wicked god and the "tragic" vision of existence The "Adamic" myth and the "eschatological" vision of history The myth of the exiled soul and salvation through knowledge The cycle of the myths The symbol gives rise to thought.
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Translation of La symbolique du mal, the 2d part of Finitude et culpabilite, published as volume 2 of the author's Philosophie de la volonte.

"An Ariadne book."

Includes bibliographical references.

Phenomenology of "confession" -- Defilement Sin Guilt Recapitulation of the symbolism of evil in the concept of the servile will The "myths" of the beginning and of the end The symbolic function of myths The drama of creation and the "ritual" vision of the world The wicked god and the "tragic" vision of existence The "Adamic" myth and the "eschatological" vision of history The myth of the exiled soul and salvation through knowledge The cycle of the myths The symbol gives rise to thought.

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