A KIERKEGAARD ANTHOLOGY, edited by Robert Bretall. pp. Prince- ton, N. J., Princeton University Press, Experienced persons approach an. Kierkegaard Anthology. Robert Bretall (ed.) Princeton University Press Søren Kierkegaard – – Princeton University Press. A Kierkegaard Anthology. A Kierkegaard anthology / Edited by Robert Bretall. Uniform Title. Works. Selections. English. Author. Kierkegaard, Søren, , (author.).
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Other Authors Bretall, Robert W. Rather, it can at most enjoy “continuance” as opposed to “immutability”which involves an urge to constantly become itself again and again. This is emphatically not a collection of “snippets,” but the cream of Kierkegaard, each selection interesting and intelligible in itself, and all ranking among his most important work. Alea acta est time it is therefore as a reader. Scholars have interpreted Kierkegaard variously as an existentialist, neo-orthodoxist, postmodernist, humanist, and individualist.
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A Kierkegaard Anthology by Søren Kierkegaard
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Digital Library Federation, December See and discover other items: The product is as advertised. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Ted Morgan Ir very much appreciate you brief review of this anthology. Rather, the religious concern is always implied in aesthetic writings, and, conversely, even when he deals directly with religious themes, the aesthetic apparatus is never absent. Alastair Hannay – – Routledge.
A Kierkegaard Anthology
I’ve only gotten through about half of this book, so far, and already have a mountain of ideas to ponder! The University of Queensland.
This work delayed by passing my initial math course until my second quarter but I don’t care. I’ve had this book for a long time, initially got pretty close to the end. A very nice copy. However, Kierkegaard gives this rbetall a new twist, for he does not conceive God and man as static within their respective orders, but as capable to transposing between the two.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. Are you a frequent reader or book collector? Kierkeegaard 27, Michael rated it really liked it. On the title page of Philosophical Fragments he asks: In other words, the eternal has no entrance into the world, or into Being in the proper sense, except through the temporal order.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Imran rated it really liked it Jul 10, Request removal from index. God and Passion in Kierkegaard’s Climacus. True faith, true belief in God, requires acknowledging the true self and abandoning that self to God.
Johannes Corrodi Katzenstein – – Mohr Siebeck.