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Stephanie N. Arel is Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at the September 11 Memorial and Museum and a visiting researcher at New York University.
Dan R. Stiver is the Cook-Derrick Professor of Theology in the Logsdon School of Theology of Hardin-Simmons University.
Part I: Re-Encountering Ricoeur
1.John Arthos – Ricoeur and the Political
2.Roger W. H. Savage – Surplus Value, Superabundance of Meaning: Ideology, the Political Paradox, and the Structure of Action
3.Dan R. Stiver – Renewing the “Period of Effervescence”: Utopia as Ideology Critique
Part II: Ricoeur in Dialogue
4.Recep Alpyagil – Metaphor and Imagination: A Comparative Study of Ricoeur and Ibn ‘Arabi through “Seeing As”
5.Linda Lee Cox – ‘Holding Open a Place for Possibility’: Paul Ricoeur, Fredric Jameson, and the Language of Utopia
Part III: Ricoeur and Embodied Social Critique
6.Nel van den Haak – Social Imagination, Materiality, and Political Discourse Introduction
7.Stephanie Arel – Embodied Extremist Rhetoric: The Circulation of Power in Ideology and Utopia
Part IV: Expanding Ricoeur
8.Annalisa Caputo – Rethinking Migratory Phenomena: Between Critique of Ideology and Utopia of Hospitality
9.Greg S. Johnson – Real Utopian Politics
10.George H. Taylor – Why Ideology and Utopia Today?
About the Contributors