By Kierkegaard, Søren; Mooney, Edward F.; Kierkegaard, Søren
Noted Kierkegaard pupil Edward Mooney publications the reader throughout the significant topics of the Danish philosopher's lifestyles and concept. every one bankruptcy frames a impressive factor, often encapsulated in a quick passage from Kierkegaard, and pursues it at once and deeply.
Kierkegaard speaks to our desire for self-understanding, our have to negotiate the tensions among unusually sophisticated capacities for verbal exchange and unusually effortless descent into clichés and banality. The bankruptcy of this booklet keep on with and re-animate Kierkegaard's exceptional and funny discussions of loss of life and authenticity, of the maternal and paternal in religion and self-transformations, of self-deception and obsessive judgmentalism, of affection and the hunt for strong facilities, of subjectivity as refinement of responsiveness to others, the realm, and all we will worth. those evocative explications objective to compare his stride in monitoring deep human issues that sidestep educational and cultural pigeonholes. Like Hamlet, Kierkegaard offers us a "poem limitless" that's open to never-ending mirrored image. Mooney's objective is to deliver his matchless impulse and aspiration once again alive.
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Extra info for Excursions with Kierkegaard : others, goods, death, and final faith
Does she feel a (true or false) glimmer of satisfaction in the turns her life takes? Perhaps she blushes with shame in the suspicion that she has betrayed the self she would be. She would not enjoy narrating that self. She might vacillate, especially in midnight hours, between negative and positive self-assessments. There is no room here for a “super-self” – an executive self that conducts the negotiations and evaluations. Evaluations and negotiations happen in the locale of my corporality, of my arms akimbo, legs tensed, brow furrowed in concentration or worry.
Such intimate, passing contact is called “truth” because it has inestimable value and fitness for and to life – as when we speak of a true love or true path, or of a dedication that’s true, or of truly living. Or as we speak of Hamlet enacting and suffering truths of the most capacious consciousness (or subjectivity) we’ve had the fortune to know (and not to know). In being at home at sea, in being true to our intimate knowledge of death and of giving (and undergoing) birth (to ourselves and others), in being exposed to and grasped by lives and their truths – in such cases truths appear as apt attunements to varied worlds.
Miguel de Unamuno discovers Scandanavian writers who can speak to him: first Henrik Ibsen and then Kierkegaard. He learns Danish to better hear and respond. 4 It is as if we are suited to live in such communicative mutuality. 5 The world works out as we come alive in a “we” of dialogical and hermeneutical community that stretches back to the dead, even as the dead stretch forward to us. In it we entrust our restless questions and desire to live. ** ** ** In the compass of a short essay, these spidery channels of mutual revival can’t be traced in detail.
Excursions with Kierkegaard : others, goods, death, and final faith by Kierkegaard, Søren; Mooney, Edward F.; Kierkegaard, Søren