Either/Or : Part 1 Kierkegaard's Writings. Edna H. Hong, Howard V. Hong, Soren Kierkegaard
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Either/Or : Part 1 Kierkegaard's Writings Edna H. Hong, Howard V. Hong, Soren Kierkegaard
Publisher: Princeton University Press
These pseudonymous writings often took positions that were later explained by Kierkegaard himself as being contrary to his personal belief. Law, “The Place, Role, and Function of the 'Ultimatum' of Either/Or Part Two, in Kierkegaard's Pseudonymous Writings;” » 1. Since at least the time of the Greeks, primarily in the West, truth has generally been defined as falling into either of two categories: the objective and the subjective. That is actually the lesson of Job, as far as anyone can tell the lesson (it's a very confusing book). The clown came out to warn the public; they thought it was a joke and applauded. The basic argument put forth in this paper, which I believe will be shown to also be that of Kierkegaard's, is that truth in general can be conceived of as having a dual existence. What's your feeling on that, given that your writing at the time seemed to blend a lot of these elements, well before we had any discourse on the ostensible uniqueness of such hybridization? Your views, after all, are not being tested. Unless you are Kierkegaard, writing "Either/Or" will not show your ability to choose a view and support it. He repeated it; the acclaim was even greater. €A fire broke out backstage in a theatre. Two quotes from 'Either/Or' by Søren Kierkegaard.