The Essential Kierkegaard

Author: Søren Kierkegaard
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400847192
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This is the most comprehensive anthology of Søren Kierkegaard's works ever assembled in English.

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 ...

The Phenomenology Of Moods In Kierkegaard

Author: Vincent A. McCarthy
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400996705
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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 ...

How To Read Kierkegaard

Author: John D. Caputo
Publisher: Granta Books
ISBN: 1783780649
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Extracts include Kierkegaard's classic reading of the story of Abraham and Isaac, the jolting theory that truth is subjectivity and his ground-breaking analysis of the concept of anxiety.

Kierkegaard As Humanist

Author: Arnold B. Come
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 9780773510197
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In Kierkegaard as Humanist, Arnold Come provides a comprehensive exposition of Kierkegaard's understanding of what it means to be a self and the problems and possibilities that every human being faces in the task of becoming a self.

Kierkegaard S Upbuilding Discourses

Author: George Pattison
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134455186
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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.
ISBN: 9781409440550
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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 ...

The Task Of Hope In Kierkegaard

Author: Mark Bernier
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0198747888
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'The task of hope in Kierkegaard' reconstructs Kierkegaard's theory of hope, which involves the distinction between mundane and authentic hope, and makes three principal claims.