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Kierkegaard

Author: S U Zuidema
Publisher: Philadelphia : Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1960.
Series: International library of philosophy and theology., Modern thinkers series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Without entering into the issue in detail it seems apparent to us that Kierkegaard developed his idea of existence in order to answer questions raised in his struggle to become a Christian. But this does not imply, in any way, that this idea of existence is essentially dependent upon the idea of Absolute Paradox. As a matter of fact Kierkegaard must do violence to his idea of existence in order to unite it with the  Read more...
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Named Person: Søren Kierkegaard; Søren Kierkegaard
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S U Zuidema
OCLC Number: 1732237
Notes: "Originally published in the Dutch language as a chapter in Modern thinkers ... edited by [the author]."
Description: 50 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Selected bibliography --
The author --
Introduction --
The faith of a Christian --
What it means to exist --
Existential solitude --
The moment --
Stadia --
The absolute paradox --
The moment of faith --
The life of faith.
Series Title: International library of philosophy and theology., Modern thinkers series.
Responsibility: by Zuidema ; translated by David H. Freeman.

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Without entering into the issue in detail it seems apparent to us that Kierkegaard developed his idea of existence in order to answer questions raised in his struggle to become a Christian. But this does not imply, in any way, that this idea of existence is essentially dependent upon the idea of Absolute Paradox. As a matter of fact Kierkegaard must do violence to his idea of existence in order to unite it with the idea of Absolute Paradox. Likewise it is our intention to show that Kierkegaard in many points had to pervert the biblical revelation concerning Christ in order to make it compatible with his idea of the Absolute Paradox. Kierkegaard distorted biblical revelation to fit his own preconceived theory of human existence, a theory developed independently of revelation. - Introduction.

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