Kierkegaard and his contemporaries : the culture of golden by Kierkegaard, Søren; Stewart, Jon Bartley; Kierkegaard, Søren

By Kierkegaard, Søren; Stewart, Jon Bartley; Kierkegaard, Søren

Analyzing Kierkegaard within the basic context of Golden Age Denmark, this interdisciplinary anthology positive aspects articles which deal with his quite a few family to his most renowned Danish contemporaries. It goals to work out them now not as minor figures laboring in Kierkegaard's shadow yet relatively as major thinkers and artists of their personal correct. The articles remove darkness from either Kierkegaard's effect on his contemporaries and their diversified affects on him. through the analyses of those a number of family members, features of Kierkegaard's authorship are introduced into new and insightful views. The featured essays deal with the most very important figures from the time, representing the fields of philosophy, theology, literature, feedback and artwork

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For itself” is a translation of what in German would be Fürsichsein. Cf. Hegel’s concept of Fürsichsein (Enzyklopädie der philosophischen Wissenschaften im Grundriss (1830), ed. by Friedhelm Nicolin and Otto Pöggeler, Hamburg: Felix Meiner Verlag 1959, §§ 96-98, pp. 147-176. The Encyclopaedia Logic. Part One of the Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences, tr. F. A. S. Harris, Indianapolis: Hackett 1991, pp. 153-157). The concept of Fürsichsein implies that something isolates itself by turning towards itself, by withdrawing from its “otherness” into independence.

These arguments are not considered in Himmelstrup’s monograph on Sibbern. 40 Poul Lübcke all-constitutive should be related to everything that can be described as rational. For, in that event, either time would be something irrational (and this is out of the question for Sibbern), or time would be inexplicable on Sibbern’s premises. Consequently, in my view, time for Sibbern has a far more intimate relation to the all-constitutive – it is in fact the emergence of the all-constitutive itself. The all-constitutive takes shape by means of a temporalization, which is time itself.

Gads Forlag 1971. 18 Introduction Kjøbenhavns flyvende Post, Fædrelandet and the Corsair, but there was a vast number of others as well. Some of the most important episodes in Danish literature were debates which took place in these journals about matters of criticism. Writing works of criticism was a literary genre that virtually every author in the Golden Age used at some point since it was a way to establish one’s credentials in the literary world. Kierkegaard was of course far from oblivious to this, penning himself a handful of explicit works of criticism and discussing various literary and dramatic texts in others.

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