This chapter analyzes the nine fragments of Paul Ricouer's book about death. It discusses the issues of time and the author's position as a Christian. This essay comments on the so-called sacrificial theory and on the notion of a Christian philosopher. It also provides commentary on French philosopher Jacques Derrida's work about life and death.
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