RE: [Kierkegaardians] Re: Issues of spirit, revelation and beginning
Well whatever Jim, if you want to put it that way everything we are writing on this forum is abstract. Your replies are so turgid that no one knows what you are saying.
What must be said at this point is that in the first place K is not talking about “knowing oneself” but rather “being oneself” and talk of knowing whatever kind is to obscure what he is getting at.
Donald "Don" Anderson
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Ha... No. Quite the opposite. It's nothing more than a distinction between knowing oneself objectively and knowing oneself subjectively. I do find it odd to get complaints about abstract concepts when talking about the author of CA and CUP, and think "actual" and "ideal" are just as abstract as anything I've suggested.
- 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