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The Fonds Ricoeur is a unique collection of documents. It brings together philosopher Paul Ricoeur’s personal working library, his archives, the entire body of his published work and debates around his work.
Paul Ricoeur bequeathed his personal library and archives to the Library of the Faculté libre de théologie protestante de Paris where he himself lectured and taught from 1958 to 1969. The Fonds Ricoeur was created to honour this generous gift.
The library is open to visitors without registration, depending on available space. Access to the library's holdings and workstations requires prior registration.To request registration: address a reasoned request to the Fonds Ricoeur by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Scientific Committee will study the request and grant access, subject to availability.
The Ricoeur Archives are open to researchers, faculty and students by appointment only and require prior accreditation. Accreditation is subject to an interview with Catherine Goldenstein, Head Curator, (email@example.com), and member of the Fonds' Editorial Committee who is solely responsible for accreditation decisions. Archives and may be consulted only in the presence of an archivist. They are open from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm and closed in August.
On site consultation only.
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