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Does Kierkegaard take subjectivity too far?

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Makes sense... thank you too, Jim S. Jim R
jimstuart46
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Oct 17, 2011

Subjectivity

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Ha... wonderful.... if gnosticism6794's post brought Jim Stuart back on the list, must have been a good one indeed. But since when was Jim S an aesthete? I
gnosticism6794
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Oct 12, 2011

Anybody out there?

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Very nice hearing from you, David. We've been quiet awhile now, yes. If you have anything that you'd like to post about K, go for it and see if anyone joins
gnosticism6794
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Oct 10, 2011

new member

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Hi.   I'm a long time student and admirer of K's writings.  I saw your group while searching for discussion groups.  I am always looking for new or
jaimelynn_tx
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Oct 10, 2011

Welcome...

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I think the question about Kierkegaard's relationship to Christianity is probably -the- question to start. How you answer it determines when and where you
jamesrovira
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Mar 15, 2011

Welcome....

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Welcome to the latest Kierkegaardian's member or sock-puppet, the10thleper. Been reading On Authority and Revelation lately and find the richness of K's irony
James Rovira
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Jan 14, 2011

Interesting passage in Kant...

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Don -- When you get back, come up with some specific quotations that actually support your claims, or respond to the quotations I've already provided. Jim R
James Rovira
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Jul 17, 2010

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Ron -- Have you already booted this guy, or do you want me to? Jim ... -- Dr. James Rovira Program Chair of Humanities Assistant Professor of English Tiffin
McLean Gordon
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Jul 15, 2010

creation anxiety

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Don -- Sorry I didn't make the connections explicit. Here's how I saw the conversation going: You accurately observed that Kierkegaard didn't have much
Don A
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May 27, 2010

Essential authors v Premise authors

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Don, I immerse myself in SK many pages per week. I have no expectation of reaching satiation. I experience a qualitative distinction compared to reading most
Kenneth
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May 4, 2010

Kierkegaard Series at The Guardian Website

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Interesting... The Guardian's been running a Kierkegaard series. Clearly written, basic stuff. The index copied below only lists four, but I think that
James Rovira
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Apr 24, 2010

Is the immediate aesthete innocent?

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David J Kangas, "Kierkegaard's Instant: On Beginnings" Indiana University Press, 2007. The title pretty well says it all. Kangas makes a close reading of
jimstuart46
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Jan 3, 2010

The simple individual and the University Professor

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Nah, it's not that I think it's all or nothing, Don. It's the medium. I don't think you can have meaningful knowledge of another person just through email,
jimstuart46
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Jan 1, 2010

Objective thinking and subjective thinking

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Don, You write: "[K] talks about a subjective thinker but not about subjective thinking. Kp's always talk about subjective thinkers not subjective thinking
jimstuart46
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Dec 31, 2009

The theoretical, the ideal and the real

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Don -- Climacus in the passage you quoted seems to me to be talking about how a subjective thinker thinks, and characterizes the subjective thinker by how he
jimstuart46
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Dec 30, 2009
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