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Aesthete, Tragic Hero, Knight of Faith: Kierkegaard on the Universal Versus the Subjective


“For the objective approach makes one into an observer, so objective that he becomes almost a ghost. Matters such as Christianity and ethics, however, require a decision, and a decision is a matter of subjectivity” (Truth or Consequences: The Promise & Perils of Postmodernism) Søren Kierkegaard’s denunciation of Hegelianism in …

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