Volume 16, Tome II: Kierkegaard's Literary Figures and by Katalin Nun,Jon Stewart

By Katalin Nun,Jon Stewart

whereas Kierkegaard might be identified top as a spiritual philosopher and thinker, there's an unmistakable literary point in his writings. He usually explains advanced thoughts and ideas by utilizing literary figures and motifs that he might think his readers could have a few familiarity with. This size of his proposal has served to make his writings way more renowned than these of alternative philosophers and theologians, yet even as it has made their interpretation extra complicated. Kierkegaard readers are more often than not conscious of his curiosity in figures akin to Faust or the Wandering Jew, yet they infrequently have a whole appreciation of the sizeable quantity of his use of characters from various literary sessions and traditions. the current quantity is devoted to the therapy of the range of literary figures and motifs utilized by Kierkegaard. the amount is prepared alphabetically via identify, with Tome II overlaying figures and motifs from Gulliver to Zerlina.

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