1. Introduction \ Part I: Capability I \ 2. From Ricoeur to Life: 'Living up to Death' with Spinoza, but also with Deleuze Pamela Sue Anderson \ 3. From Metaphor to Life-Word: Ricoeur's Metaphoric Subjectivity Fiona Tomkinson \ 4. Ricoeur and the Capability of Modern Technology David Lewin \ Part II: Capability II \ 5. The Course of Racial Recognition L. Sebastian Purcell \ 6. Paul Ricoeur and Bell Hooks on the Development of Social Esteem Scott Davidson \ Part III: Utopia \ 7. To Think Utopia With and Beyond Paul Ricoeur Vicky Iakovou \ 8. Ricoeur versus Ricoeur? Between the Universal and the Contextual George H. Taylor \ 9. Turn around and Step Forward: Environmentalism, Activism and the Social Imaginary Brian Treanor \ 10. States of Peace: Ricoeur on Recognition and the Gift Christopher Lauer \ Interlude \ 11. Ricoeur's Atemwende: A Reading of 'Interlude: Tragic Action' in Oneself as Another David Fisher \ Part IV: The Theological \ 12. The Unsurpassable Dissensus: The Ethics of Forgiveness in Paul Ricoeur's Work Olivier Abel \ 13. Examining Canonical Representations: The 'Exceptionalism' of Ricoeur's Hermeneutics and the Bid for an Ethical Canon Colby Dickinson \ Bibliography \ Index
Todd S. Mei is Lecturer of Philosophy at the University of Kent, UK. David Lewin is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy of Education at Liverpool Hope University, UK, where he is co-director of Education Studies and director of the Philosophy of Education Special Interest Group.