The Philosophy of Kierkegaard In a major new survey of Kierkegaard s thought George Pattison addresses this question and shows that although it would be difficult to claim a philosophy of Kierkegaard as one can a philosophy of Ka

  • Title: The Philosophy of Kierkegaard
  • Author: George Pattison
  • ISBN: 9780773529878
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a major new survey of Kierkegaard s thought, George Pattison addresses this question and shows that although it would be difficult to claim a philosophy of Kierkegaard as one can a philosophy of Kant or Hegel, there are significant common interests in Kierkegaard s central thinking and the questions that concern philosophers today The Philosophy of Kierkegaard examinIn a major new survey of Kierkegaard s thought, George Pattison addresses this question and shows that although it would be difficult to claim a philosophy of Kierkegaard as one can a philosophy of Kant or Hegel, there are significant common interests in Kierkegaard s central thinking and the questions that concern philosophers today The Philosophy of Kierkegaard examines existence, anxiety, the good, and the infinite qualitative difference and the absolute paradox, arguing that the challenge of self knowledge in an age of moral and intellectual uncertainty which lies at the heart of Kierkegaard s writings is as important today as it was in the culture of post Enlightenment modernity.

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    1. this is a much later addition: just reading an article on a new book on kg, so try to remember aspects learned from this book and other study. the argument offered is that through his severity kg was what we call today a 'religious extremist', of the christian variety. this reminds me of the 'spheres' in which one may live (hedonist, ethical, religious) and the 'leap of faith', the essential 'paradox' of religion- is this an 'extremist'? is there an equivalence in my 'secular' belief? however mu [...]

    2. Kierkegaard is often seen as "just a religious thinker" or "just a writer" and anti-philosophical or anti-intellectual. Pattison objects to this dismissal and offers an interpretive coherence to Kierkegaard's work and situates it within the broader philosophical tradition. Pattison primarily focuses on the roles of existence, anxiety, the good, the infinite qualitative difference, and paradox in Kierkegaard's writing as examples of "philosophic" thinking. I disagreed with Pattison's approach (ta [...]

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