The objective of this article is to present and analyze some theses ad­vanced in "Lectures 3"1 by Paul Ricoeur. The book is devoted to the boundaries of philosophy, to non-philosophical sources of philosophy and finally to the other par excellence of philosophy - to religion. The book is composed of a series of essays divided thematically into three parts. The first part deals with Kant's and Hegel's philosophy of religion. Then in the course of the book the author gradually moves away from the philosophical logos to arrive at a point where recourse to the exegesis of the Bible becomes for him indispensable
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