By M. Jamie Ferreira
Publish yr note: First released November 1st 2008
The first accomplished advent to hide the total span of Kierkegaard’s authorship.
• Explores how the 2 strands of his writing—religious discourses and pseudonymous literary creations—influenced each one other
• Accompanies the reader chronologically via all of the philosopher’s significant works, and integrates his writing into his biography
• Employs a special “how to” method of support the reader become aware of person texts all alone and to aid them heavily study Kierkegaard’s language
• offers the literary ideas hired in Kierkegaard’s paintings to offer the reader perception into subtext
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His judgment is that both illustrate a contrast between inner and outer, and the difference is only one of degree – in the case of one of these people, his exterior “completely” (4) contradicts his interior, whereas, in the other case, the exterior only partly contradicts the interior. The only evaluation he offers is, in the one case, by way of distinguishing between a “significant” interior and an “insignificant” exterior as a way of being incommensurate (4). Having read the letters, we now find ourselves questioning how A and B both might have a significant interior with an insignificant exterior, differing only in degree.
EO2, 298). qxd 28/07/2008 11:30 AM Page 28 is not always visible, and the person who lives ethically may do exactly the same as one who lives esthetically, and thus it may deceive for a long time, but eventually there comes a moment when it becomes manifest that the person who lives ethically has a boundary that the other does not know” (257). There are different ways of treating everything – time, evil, beauty; there are different ways of using everything – choice, passion, imagination. D Assessment The first two letters provoke us to think again about what love is, or more precisely, how to express love, whether some loves are incompatible with each other, and what role love plays in the choices we make (or what role choice plays in our loves).
This discourse thus exemplifies the way in which Kierkegaard’s concerns can be construed in terms of concentric circles – it shows how Kierkegaard’s response to the personal in his life undergoes a literary “transubstantiation” and a theological/religious extrapolation. He expresses the particular in relation to something more general – the personal crisis is inflected literarily; the theological is both extrapolated from the personal crisis and applied to it. In this discourse he urges his listener(s) to trust God, to have faith in the future, to see the victory in eternity – the discourse describes a perplexity that we all face, and although the discourse is dedicated to his father (who died in 1838), the perplexity more likely refers to the more recent breakup with Regine Olsen (at the end of 1841).
Kierkegaard (Blackwell Great Minds) by M. Jamie Ferreira