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Narration, connaissance et identité chez Paul Ricoeur / Paul Ricoeur, Temps et récit, Tomes 1, 2 et 3, Paris, Éditions du Seuil, 1983, 1984 et 1985.

01 Jan 1987-Vol. 14, Iss: 2, pp 425-433
About: The article was published on 1987-01-01 and is currently open access. It has received 89 citations till now.
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TL;DR: It is suggested that it is possible to apply the FDSA approach not only when describing and categorizing qualitative phenomena, but also when aiming to reach an in-depth understanding of issues related to human meaning-making; for example, how the authors understand engagement in occupations or living with a disability.
Abstract: Objective: Development of research in occupational therapy requires a continuous critical discussion concerning methodological approaches. In this paper the authors wish to contribute to such a dis ...

26 citations

01 Jan 2019
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors propose d'etudier l’exercice du metier de cuisinier dans son approche experientielle et discursive, i.e., l'importance accordee a la distinction, a lengagement, a la passion and a performance inscrit les cuisiniers dans un paysage foncierement meritocratique.
Abstract: Dans un contexte d’hypervisibilite de la cuisine gastronomique, centralisee autour de la figure du « chef », ce memoire interroge les pratiques professionnelles dans les restaurants references gastronomiques en France. Il propose d’etudier l’exercice du metier de cuisinier dans son approche experientielle et discursive. L’importance accordee a la distinction, a l’engagement, a la passion et a la performance inscrit les cuisiniers dans un paysage foncierement meritocratique. Celui-ci est mis en exergue par l’organisation quotidienne du travail de tout un groupe social d’une part, et par les recits des cuisines d’autre part.

25 citations

01 Jan 2014
TL;DR: In this article, Sartre carried out an ontological analysis of the underlying assumptions of Freud and added the concepts of freedom, original choice, and bad faith to better understand the neurosis.
Abstract: The philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre carried out an ontological analysis of the underlying assumptions of Freud. He rejected the notion of the unconscious and replaced it by the conscious and added the concepts of freedom, original choice, and bad faith, to better understand the neurosis. These neurosis results from bad faith projects freely chosen but not genuinely assumed. In proposing the Existential psychoanalysis he contributed to a deepening of the theory and practice of Freudian

15 citations