The Essential Kierkegaard

Author: Søren Kierkegaard
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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Søren Kierkegaard Howard V. Hong, Edna H. Hong. XIII 212 THE CONCEPT OF
IRONY, WITH CONTINUAL REFERENCE TO SOCRATES (SEPTEMBER 16,
1841) BY S. A. KIERKEGAARD On September 29, 1841, Kierkegaard defended
his dissertation on irony in a seven-and-onehalf hour public colloquium. By
special permission the dissertation was written in Danish, not in Latin. Adolph
Peter Adler and two others had been granted similar permission. In his petition
Kierkegaard ...

Kierkegaard S Socratic Art

Author: Benjamin Daise
Publisher: Mercer University Press
ISBN: 9780865546554
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Communicating the Ethical Kierkegaard understands "the Ethical" as constitutive
of what it is to be a person. "The Ethical" is the notion of the essential- human.
Although in Either/Or and Fear and Trembling, a Kantian/Hegelian understanding
of "ethical" operates, the use of the term "the Ethical" is independent of any
particular ethical theory. That is to say, whether one is an Aristotelian, utilitarian,
Kantian, one understands what is required by the ethical as binding on one
insofar as one ...

Ethics

Author: Gordon Marino
Publisher: Modern Library
ISBN: 1588368017
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Featuring an illuminating preamble, concise introductory essays on the giants of ethical theory, and incisive chapter headnotes to the modern offerings, this Modern Library edition is a perfect single-volume reference for students, teachers ...

The Phenomenology Of Moods In Kierkegaard

Author: Vincent A. McCarthy
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Kierkegaard makes afundamental distinction betweena premiseauthor and
anessential author in the work. A premiseauthor remains at thefirst stage of
writing: he sets forth some material,he gives noindication ofthe conclusions to be
drawn andthus he leaves it to theworld to work them out. The essential author,on
the otherhand, has conclusions toward which he conductsthe reader, even if
hedoes not make them explicit. According toKierkegaard, Adler is a
premiseauthor. (We might ...

Kierkegaard S Upbuilding Discourses

Author: George Pattison
Publisher: Routledge
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Malantschuk's approach seems especially suited to the present enquiry since he
identifies the controlling impetus of Kierkegaard's thought as 'authentic
anthropological contemplation', an expression he takes from Kierkegaard's own
early journals.1 Such a definition appears well suited to the anthropological or
psychological content of the upbuilding discourses as set out in Chapter 2.
Malantschuk argues for the essential unity of Kierkegaard's thought, seeing 3
Dialectics, ...

Kierkegaard S Influence On Philosophy

Author: Jon Bartley Stewart
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
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Moreover, Macintyre's work has provided an important point of reference for
Kierkegaardians who want to bring Kierkegaard into dialogue with contemporary
philosophy. For Macintyre has provided a particularly clear and incisive version
of the common criticism that Kierkegaard is an irrationalist, in response to which a
number of commentators have been provoked into developing rich and nuanced
accounts of the essential rationality of Kierkegaard's existential choice. But
Macintyre ...

S Ren Kierkegaard

Author: Daniel W. Conway
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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But one could think the opposite: Abraham's attentiveness to the voice that led
him back to the ethical order, in forbidding him to perform a human sacrifice, is
the highest point in the drama. That he obeyed the first voice is astonishing: that
he had sufficient distance with respect to that obedience to hear the second voice
— that is the essential. Moreover, why does Kierkegaard never speak of the
dialogue in which Abraham intercedes for Sodom and Gomorrah on behalf of the
just who ...

Timeless Truth In The Hands Of History

Author: Gale Heide
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
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However, though Kierkegaard does see the leap as a commitment to the
absurdity of an “Absolute Paradox,” it is hardly a vacuous notion. ... Though the
critique of Hegel, as depicted by some interpreters of Kierkegaard, may be
somewhat of a caricature of Hegel, Kierkegaard's critique still takes a life of its
own in 20. Kierkegaard, Concluding Unscientific Postscript to the Philosophical
Fragments, taken from The Essential Kierkegaard, 176. succeeding generations
of theology.

Kierkegaard Religion And Existence

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God is in heaven and the only time He ever came close to us was . when God
came to earth as Jesus Christ. (Kim l983, p. 24) This description will prove
inadequate as Kierkegaard's perception of the divinity. Kim hints that his
interpretation of Kierkegaard draws on Karl Barth and his crisis theology, which
stresses God's transcendence and the infinite gap separating God from humanity.
Kierkegaard describes God as transcendent, and highlights the essential
difference between being ...

Controversial Kierkegaard

Author: Gregor Malantschuk
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—the godly, the essential, the nonworldly, the true, the only possible human
equality.”43 While Marx through his books was preparing for the new society—
which was supposed to appear by way of violent revolution—Kierkegaard in his
authorship sought to create what he calls “a new theological science of arms”44
for the struggle to come. He speaks of a “dreadful reformation—by comparison
the Lutheran reformation will almost be a jest.”45 So Marx and Kierkegaard
confront us with ...