Sean Driscoll
University of Richmond
Both Derrida and Ricœur address philosophy’s relation to metaphor, and both take Aristotle as their starting points. However, though Ricœur’s The Rule of Metaphor is largely a response to Derrida’s “White Mythology,” Ricœur seems to pass right over Derrida’s critically important interpretation of Aristotle. In this essay, I dispel concerns that Ricœur may have been intellectually irresponsible in his engagement with Derrida on this point, and I demonstrate how Study 1 makes better sense as a detailed response to Derrida.
Keywords Lexis  Meaning  Metaphor  Métaphore  Reference  Référence  Signification  Syntax  Syntaxe
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DOI 10.5195/errs.2020.494
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