Oxford University Press (2014)

This book examines the distinctive and significant contribution of the great French philosopher, Paul Ricoeur to contemporary debates in ethics and philosophy of religion. James Carter argues that Ricoeur's later writings in particular offer a vision of ethical life that can be understood as a moral religion.
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This chapter develops Ricoeur’s engagement with the immanent metaphysics in Spinoza’s Ethics. It examines in particular how Spinoza’s concept of conatus shapes Ricoeur’s concept of human capability, and how Spinoza’s presentation of ‘God or Nature’ as a single substance in which everything... see more

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