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Kierkegaard"s existential ethics

George J. Stack

Kierkegaard"s existential ethics

by George J. Stack

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Published by University of Alabama Press in University .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kierkegaard, Søren, 1813-1855 -- Ethics.,
  • Existentialism.,
  • Nihilism (Philosophy),
  • Self (Philosophy)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGeorge J. Stack.
    SeriesStudies in the humanities : Philosophy ; no. 16
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB4378.E8 S8 1977
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 237 p. ;
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5194744M
    ISBN 100817366245, 0817366261
    LC Control Number75016344

    Kierkegaards Existentialism examines the development of Kierkegaards thought as it moves toward the two forms of selfhood that Socrates and Jesus personified. Providing a deeper understanding of Kierkegaards philosophy, Leone shows how the existentialism Kierkegaard created centers on the self as the central theme of human : Iuniverse. Read "Kierkegaard’S Existentialism The Theological Self and the Existential Self" by George Leone Ph.D. Th.D. available from Rakuten Kobo. Of all the philosophers in the vast and varied history of philosophy, Soren Kierkegaard alone concentrated on describing Brand: Iuniverse.

    Af Søren Kierkegaards Efterladte Papirer [From the Posthumous Papers of Søren Kierkegaard] This is a series of books in 16 volumes on major Kierkegaardian topics. Existentialist Ethics Warnock, Mary. London and New York, Becoming a Self.   Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Judge William Judging Woman Existentialism and Essentialism in Kierkegaards EitherOr Part II.

      The main subject of Fear and Trembling is the figure of Abraham and especially the story of the binding of Isaac. Through Abraham's story Kierkegaard tries to relate his notions about Faith, the leap of faith, paradox, absurd, the three spheres of existence and more. Fear and Trembling also includes a critique and rejection of Kierkegaard's contemporary Hegelian thought, especially in the.   The eschatological idea, which is the core of Kierkegaard’s conception of God as the object of existential faith, implies that God’s perfection is processive – growing rather than static – and that divine greatness is enriched rather than diminished by relation to free beings who add to reality through their own initiative and who enter Author: John Davenport.


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Kierkegaard's Existential Ethics Hardcover – January 1, by George J. Stack (Author)Author: George J. Stack. Kierkegaard's Existential Ethics (Modern Revivals in Philosophy) F First Edition Used by George J.

Stack (Author)Cited by:   Finally, some chapters deal with Kierkegaard's relevance for central issues in contemporary philosophy, including "naturalism", "self-constitution", and "bioethics".

This book is of relevance not only to researchers working in Kierkegaard Studies, but to anyone with an interest in existentialism and existential : Arne Gron. Kierkegaard’s complex legacy has been claimed by two often strikingly disjunctive traditions: the Christian and the existential.

Leone, however, argues that a sensitive reading of the Danish philosopher reveals that the two strains are inseparable, producing an inclusive view of the self that is aware of its worldly manifestations as well as Author: George Leone.

Kierkegaard's Existentialism examines the development of Kierkegaard's thought as it moves toward the two forms of selfhood that Socrates and Jesus personified.

Providing a deeper understanding of Kierkegaard's philosophy, Leone shows how the existentialism Kierkegaard created centers on the self as the central theme of human : iUniverse, Incorporated. The item Kierkegaard's existential ethics, George J.

Stack represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Brigham Young University. This item is available to borrow from 1 Kierkegaards existential ethics book branch. Written by an international team of contributors, this book offers a fresh set of interpretations of Fear and Trembling, which remains Kierkegaard's most influential and popular book.

The chapters provide incisive accounts of the psychological and epistemological presuppositions of Fear and. The objective of this book is to review the complex of issues in Søren Kierkegaard's concept of existence. It is evident that for Kierkegaard existence is always composed of three elements: namely, the subject, freedom, and the ethical.

📚[About the book]: It talks of philosophy given by a western philosopher Soren Kierkegaard. He was a modern existentialist.

In layman words, a modern existentialist tries to find the answer to the question, " how to become an authentic being. ", through actions and choices. Mainly, talks of a practical approach to live a meaningful g: existential ethics.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stack, George J. Kierkegaard's existential ethics. University: University of Alabama Press, © (OCoLC) Existentialism Kierkegaar d—1 Kierkegaard () Søren Kierkegaard was born in Copenhagen in he was the youngest in a large family raised in prosperous middle-class home, strictest devotion to church and religion father a successful merchant and avid reader of theology mother was father’s servant before becoming 2nd wifeFile Size: KB.

Soren Kierkegaard was the first philosopher to actually consider that he wrote about Existentialism. Since his time existential approaches to philosophy about life have grown very greatly in influence and also appeared in several forms influenced by numerous writers and thinkers. Kierkegaard's philosophy - existentialism Søren Aabye Kierkegaard - Journals In what was perhaps his earliest major work Either / Or () he suggests that people might effectively choose to live within either of two "existence spheres".

He called these "spheres" the aesthetic and the ethical. Kierkegaard's world, part 1: What does it mean to exist. Indeed, this is what might be called an existential question: it is not just an abstract intellectual question, to be posed by experts Author: Clare Carlisle. The existentialist philosophy of Soëren Kierkegaard.

Among the essential works of Kierkegaard, the Danish existentialist philosopher wrote: – The Alternative () – Fear and Trembling () – The Concept of Anxiety() – Concluding Unscientific Postscript to Philosophical Fragments () – The Sickness unto Death () – Either/or.

Kierkegaard's ethics - summary Many philosophers who initially read Kierkegaard, especially Johannes de Silentio's Fear and Trembling, often come to the conclusion that Kierkegaard supports a divine command law of ethics. The divine command theory is a metaethical theory which claims moral values are whatever is commanded by a god or gods.

"The Concept of Anxiety (original title Begrebet Angest) was first published in June Kierkegaard had just turned thirty-one. The modest edition of copies, half the number of the other pseudonymous works, was finally sold out eleven years later, whereupon a second edition of copies was ordered and published in Augustjust three months before Kierkegaard died at the age of 4/5.

Trying to understand Kierkegaard's Existentialism as a Christian (losophy) submitted 9 months ago by Sp33df0rc3 I recently started reading more thoroughly into Existentialist philosophy - I went to university and graduated with an analytic viewpoint, and the courses/path I followed in my studies did not much lead me towards the.Kierkegaard's most important pseudonyms, in chronological order, were: Victor Eremita, editor of Either/Or A, writer of many articles in Either/Or Judge William, author of rebuttals to A in Either/Or Johannes de Silentio, author of Fear and Trembling Constantine Constantius, author of the first half Alma mater: University of Copenhagen.Selected as a Book of the Year in The Times Literary Supplement'This lucid and riveting new biography at once rescuses Kierkegaard from the scholars and shows why he is such an intriguing and useful figure' ObserverSøren Kierkegaard, one of the most passionate and challenging of modern philosophers, is now celebrated as the father of existentialism - yet his contemporaries described him as a.