Kierkegaard's Philosophy of Becoming: Movements and Positions [NOOK Book]

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Søren Kierkegaard's proposal of "repetition" as the new category of truth signaled the beginning of existentialist thought, turning philosophical attention from the pursuit of objective knowledge to the movement of becoming that characterizes each individual's life. Focusing on the theme of movement in his 1843 pseudonymous texts Either/Or, Repetition, and Fear and Trembling, Clare Carlisle presents an original and illuminating interpretation of Kierkegaard's religious thought, including newly translated ...
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Kierkegaard's Philosophy of Becoming: Movements and Positions

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Overview

Søren Kierkegaard's proposal of "repetition" as the new category of truth signaled the beginning of existentialist thought, turning philosophical attention from the pursuit of objective knowledge to the movement of becoming that characterizes each individual's life. Focusing on the theme of movement in his 1843 pseudonymous texts Either/Or, Repetition, and Fear and Trembling, Clare Carlisle presents an original and illuminating interpretation of Kierkegaard's religious thought, including newly translated material, that emphasizes equally its philosophical and theological significance. Kierkegaard complained of a lack of movement not only in Hegelian philosophy but also in his own "dreadful still life," and his heroes are those who leap, dance, and make journeys-but what do these movements signify, and how are they accomplished? How can we be true to ourselves, let alone to others if we are continually becoming? Carlisle explores these questions to uncover both the philosophical and the literary coherence of Kierkegaard's notoriously enigmatic authorship.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780791482803
  • Publisher: State University of New York Press
  • Publication date: 9/18/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 317 KB

Meet the Author

Clare Carlisle is the Leverhulme Research Fellow at the University of Leeds, England.

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Table of Contents

Introduction : the place and the path 1
1 Metaphysics of motion 9
2 The logic of becoming 23
3 Kierkegaard's critique of Hegel 33
4 Either/or : Kierkegaard's principle of contradiction 49
5 Repetition : the possibility of motion 67
6 Fear and trembling : a higher plane 91
7 Becoming a Christian 113
8 Beyond philosophy? 127
9 Repetitions 137
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