By Mooney, Edward F.; Kierkegaard, Søren; Piety, Marilyn Gaye
Those complementary works supply the reader a different perception into the breadth and substance of Kierkegaard's suggestion. One reads like a unique and the opposite a Platonic discussion yet either crisis the character of affection, religion, and happiness. those are the 1st translations to show the literary caliber and philosophical precision of the originals. - ;'The love of repetition is honestly the one satisfied love'So says Constantine Constantius at the first web page of Kierkegaard's Repetition. lifestyles itself, in line with Kierkegaard's pseudonymous narrator, is a repetition, and during this witty, pla. Read more...
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In Chapter I the writer is an assistant professor, a talking head, pacing at the blackboard charting differences between Socratic and Christian sites of Truth. Earlier, he’s a show-off tossing witty crumbs at those who couldn’t care less. Later he is a poet in the service of imagination. And in the Preface, he’s a dancer with death before God. This is fluid, polyphonic identity. Each face carries its own mood. The face of philosophy counters the purveyor of crumbs, each laughing at or mocking the other.
For Climacus, the point is that a shattering jolt is inescapable—no one is raised a Christian. It becomes just as impertinent to ask ‘whose disruption is greater’ as it is to ask ‘whose trauma is greater’. A full human response to the witness and writing of Søren Kierkegaard in 1840s Copenhagen is not made less possible by the passage of 170 (or 300) years. Nor is a full human response to the witness and events happening two millennia ago made less possible by the passage of time. The final ‘moral of the story’ is concise.
This is fluid, polyphonic identity. Each face carries its own mood. The face of philosophy counters the purveyor of crumbs, each laughing at or mocking the other. Disruptive wit is steadied by chapter-by-chapter argument on salvation and history, sin and error, change and necessity, the reliability of ancient testimony. These steady arguments respond to the questions on the title page: Can an eternal consciousness have a historical point of departure; could such a thing be of more than historical interest; can one build an eternal happiness on historical knowledge?
Repetition and Philosophical crumbs by Mooney, Edward F.; Kierkegaard, Søren; Piety, Marilyn Gaye