Archives par mot-clé : Narrating identity

Jean-Michel Rey: Hypotheses for finding one’s way

Some philosophical and literary detours are needed to tackle a phrase as substantial as “transmission and identity”: a Greek paradox about identity over time; Erasmus’ In Praise of Folly; the “phantom limb” in J. Michelet; Bergson’s remark about ways of telling; Peguy’s remark about education; Kafka’s “Letter to the father” and several other past or present references

Adolescence, 2017, 35, 2, 247-259.