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This study arises from a question concerning the phenomenological approach to memory in Memory, History, Forgetting, namely, why does Ricœur, who is otherwise known a great thinker of narrativity, neglects to consider the narrative aspect of memory? After explaining this surprising omission, we try to piece together, from hints and suggestions scattered throughout Ricœur’s work, a hermeneutical phenomenology more compatible with the narrative aspect of personal memory.
Keywords Imagination  Narrative  Narrative Identity  Paul Ricœur  Personal Memory  identité narrative  imagination  mémoire personnelle  récit
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DOI 10.5195/errs.2019.457
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