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[Kierkegaardian] Re: Simon The Leper

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  • Will Brown
    ... Doesn t ... conditioned ... Doesn t the person in the ethical take responsibility for his culturally conditioned self (looking back into the past), then
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      --- In kierkegaardians@yahoogroups.com, "James Rovira"
      <jamesrovira@...> wrote:
      >
      > Will -- doesn't that sound like a process similar to K describes?
      Doesn't
      > the person in the ethical take responsibility for his culturally
      conditioned
      > self (looking back into the past), then perceive the requirements of the
      > ethical and makes those requirements the self he wants to become in the
      > future?
      >
      > Jim R
      >

      > Will -- doesn't that sound like a process similar to K describes?
      Doesn't the person in the ethical take responsibility for his
      culturally conditioned self (looking back into the past), then
      perceive the requirements of the ethical and makes those requirements
      the self he wants to become in the future? Jim R <

      I am not sure what /that/ you are referring to that sounds "like a
      process similar to [what] K describes." The reason for my hesitation
      is that I don't see what you have said in your description as
      resembling anything I would agree with. ----willy
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