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Kierkegaard as theologian

Louis Dupre

Kierkegaard as theologian

by Louis Dupre

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Published by Sheed & Ward in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kierkegaard, Søren, -- 1813-1855.

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published as "Kierkegaard"s theologie" by De Standaard, Antwerp and Het Spectrum, Utrecht 1958.

    StatementLouis Dupre.
    SeriesStagbooks
    The Physical Object
    Pagination229p.,18cm
    Number of Pages229
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16392766M

    Kierkegaard As Negative Theologian David R. Law. This book is concerned with Kierkegaard's 'apophaticism'--those elements of Kierkegaard's thought which emphasize the incapacity of human reason and the hiddenness of God. Apophaticism is an important underlying strand in Kierkegaard's thought and colors many of his key concepts. The Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard is often read for his contributions to Christian theology, but he also has much to offer about spirituality—both Christian and more generally human. C. Stephen Evans assesses Kierkegaard’s belief that true spirituality should be seen as accountability: the grateful recognition of our existence as : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.

    This book is concerned with Kierkegaard's 'apophaticism'--those elements of Kierkegaard's thought which emphasize the incapacity of human reason and the hiddenness of God. Apophaticism is an important underlying strand in Kierkegaard's thought and colors many of his key concepts. Despite its importance, however, it has until now been largely ignored by Kierkegaardian scholarship. The companion volume to Arnold Come's Kierkegaard as Humanist, Kierkegaard as Theologian is an exploration of Soren Kierkegaard's deliberately Christian writings, from Upbuilding Discourses in Various Spirits () to For Self-Examination (). In his later writings Kierkegaard sought to "get further forward in the direction of discovering the Christianity of the New Testament" to resolve.

    Enjoy the best Soren Kierkegaard Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Soren Kierkegaard, Danish Philosopher, Born May 5, Share with your friends.   Kierkegaard sees the person as existing in three different levels - the aesthetic, the ethical and the religious. These are inter-related but distinct in many ways; as they involve the breadth of human experience, Kierkegaard is no mere philosopher, but also a sociologist, a psychologist, a theologian, an historian, and much by:


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In this book, the author argues that apophatic elements can be detected in every aspect of Kierkegaard's thought and that, despite proceeding from different presuppositions, he can therefore be regarded as a negative theologian. Indeed, the book Cited by:   The first new translation of Kierkegaard's masterwork in a generation brings to vivid life this essential work of modern philosophy.

Brilliantly synthesizing human insights with Christian dogma, Soren Kierkegaard presented, inThe Concept of Anxiety as a landmark "psychological deliberation," suggesting that our only hope in overcoming anxiety was not through "powder and pills". Read this book on Questia.

In The Mind of Kierkegaard James Collins remarks. Until the religious and theological traits of Kierkegaard's work have been patiently and formally studied it will be impossible to determine precisely his import for the development of Christian life. Kierkegaard as Negative Theologian is concerned with Kierkegaard’s “apophaticism”—the elements of Kierkegaard’s thought which emphasize the incapacity of human reason and the hiddenness of God.

Apophaticism is an important underlying strand in Kierkegaard’s thought and colors many of his key concepts. Despite its importance, it has until now been largely ignored by Kierkegaardian.

KIERKEGAARD THE THEOLOGIAN. Kierkegaard is seen to espouse the epitome of one of the principles of the Reformation -- subjectivity. But the author also sees him as rejoining the Catholic tradition on other levels, for example, the recognition of the role which freedom plays in the acceptance of faith and grace.

the book presents. The book argues that apophatic elements can be detected in every aspect of Kierkegaard's thought and that, despite proceeding from different presuppositions, he can therefore be regarded as a negative theologian.

Indeed, the book concludes by arguing that Kierkegaard's refusal to make the transition from the via negativa to the via mystica.

Soren Kierkegaard. Søren Kierkegaard (5 May, – 11 November, ), a 19th century Danish philosopher and theologian, is generally recognized as the first existentialist philosopher. He bridged the gap that existed between Hegelian philosophy and what was to become Existentialism.

Kierkegaard strongly criticised both the Hegelian philosophy of his time, and what he saw as the empty. The companion volume to Arnold Come's Kierkegaard as Humanist, Kierkegaard as Theologian is an exploration of Soren Kierkegaard's deliberately Christian writings, from Upbuilding Discourses in Various Spirits () to For Self-Examination ().Pages: COVID Resources.

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Soren Aabye Kierkegaard () was a 19th century Danish philosopher and theologian, generally recognized as the first existentialist philosopher.

The second part of "Tome II" is dedicated to the Kierkegaard reception in Scandinavian theology, featuring articles on Norwegian and Swedish theologians influenced by Kierkegaard.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Kierkegaard has always enjoyed a rich reception. Get this from a library. Kierkegaard as negative theologian. [David R Law] -- This book is concerned with Kierkegaard's 'apophaticism', i.e.

with those elements of Kierkegaard's thought which emphasize the incapacity of human reason and the hiddenness of God. Apophaticism is. Law argues that apophatic elements can be detected in every aspect of Kierkegaard's thought and that, despite proceeding from different presuppositions, he can therefore be regarded as a negative theologian.

Indeed, the book concludes by arguing that Kierkegaard's refusal to make the transition from the via negativa to the via mystica means Pages: This introductory chapter briefly draws the reader's attention to what appear to be kenotic elements in Kierkegaard's Philosophical Fragments and Practice in Christianity, before going on to discuss the appropriateness of treating Kierkegaard as a theologian.

The discussion then turns to Kierkegaard's complex relationship with Christian doctrine and advances the argument that Kierkegaard does. For the complete explanation and polemics of his views, this book is highly recommended.

That the subject matter of FEAR AND TREMBLING greatly disturbed Kierkegaard becomes readily obvious in the first pages. If the arguments presented are examined carefully, it is a topic whose implications may very well shock the modern-day theologian as well.5/5(5).

"Indeed, Gouwens succeeds in showing Kierkegaard to be a kind of theologian situated firmly at the centre of the Christian faith. Rich in theological themes and unparalled in approach, this book is most helpful for understanding the significance of this particular nineteenth-century religous thinker in the shaping of contemporary Christian thought and debates.".

This chapter examines the diverse and conflicting interpretation of Soren Kierkegaard as a theologian. It suggests that this variety of interpretation results in the suspicion that each particular construal of his corpus may be nothing but a function of the particular author's own theological predilections or phobias.

The chapter also considers the debate about Kierkegaard's theological Author: Lee C. Barrett. His style is so diverse, in fact, that in characterizing Kierkegaard as a writer it is hard to choose between philosopher, theologian, dramatist, psychoanalyst or something else entirely.

The book argues that apophatic elements can be detected in every aspect of Kierkegaard's thought and that, despite proceeding from different presuppositions, he can therefore be regarded as a negative theologian. Indeed, the book concludes by arguing that Kierkegaard's refusal to make the transition from the via negative to the via mystica.

McGill-Queen’s University Press. The companion volume to Arnold Come's Kierkegaard as Humanist, Kierkegaard as Theologian is an exploration of Søren Kierkegaard's deliberately Christian writings, from Upbuilding Discourses in Various Spirits () to For Self-Examination ().

D. Anthony Storm's Commentary on Kierkegaard Fifth Period: Direct Communication () On Authority And Revelation (The Book On Adler) On Authority and Revelation (The Book on Adler, or A Cycle of Ethical-Religious Essays) Bogen om Adler, eller en Cyclus ethisk-religieuse Afhandlinger;revisedpublished posthumously.

Søren Kierkegaard was a Danish philosopher, theologian, poet, social critic and religious author who is widely considered to be the first existentialist philosopher. He wrote critical texts on organized religion, Christendom, morality, ethics, psychology, and the philosophy of religion, displaying a fondness for metaphor, irony and : Blackmore Dennett.Passion for Nothing offers a reading of Kierkegaard as an apophatic author.

As it functions in this book, "apophasis" is a flexible term inclusive of both "negative theology" and "deconstruction." One of the main points of this volume is that Kierkegaard’s authorship opens pathways between these two resonate but often contentiously related terrains.