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2012 | nr 19 | 161-176
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Paula Ricoeura antropologiczna hermeneutyka osoby jako l’homme capable

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Paul Ricoeur’s anthropological hermeneutics of a person as l’homme capable
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Ricoeur’s phenomenological hermeneutics can be understood as an anthropological hermeneutics of l’homme capable: As the human person I can speak, I can narrate, I can act, and I can feel responsible. The fundamental capabilities/incapabilities of the human person are linked to their corresponding vulnerabilities. As existing and inhabiting the world, the human person is also l’homme faillible by virtue of the very nature of being a human being. The fallibility, weakness, and suffering describe the inabilities of the capable person. Ricoeur’s anthropology develops as the transition from is the phenomenology of a suffering human being toward the phenomenological hermeneutics of the capable person. Any account of the human person will be always provisional, partial, and incomplete because we are finite human beings.
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161-176
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