Kierkegaard and Consciousness (Princeton Legacy Library)

Kierkegaard and Consciousness (Princeton Legacy Library)

Adi Shmueli


Kierkegaard's philosophy is the outline of the constitution and behaviour of human cognizance. Adi Shmüeli reconstructs that philosophy by means of displaying that it usually displays the constitution in query, and hence offers an invaluable key to Kierkegaard's work.

Mr. Shmüeli methods his job by way of interpreting first the cultured, moral, and spiritual phases of existence as successive steps within the slow awakening of awareness. He then describes the alienation of awareness, of which Kierkegaard speaks in all his works, and discusses Kierkegaard's conception of oblique conversation, philosophical motion whose objective is to rouse cognizance so that it will rescue it from alienation. learning Kierkegaard's observations on Christianity as oblique verbal exchange, Professor Shmüeli bargains additionally together with his reflections at the philosophical challenge of fact. His concluding bankruptcy discusses the temporality and historicity of human attention. Quotations, taken essentially from available English translations, are generously supplied to place the reader in direct touch with Kierkegaard's personal observe

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