Immediacy & Reflection in Kierkegaard's Thought


Edited By Paul Cruysberghs, et al.
November 2003
Leuven University Press
ISBN: 90-5867-311-1
201 pages, Illustrated, 6 " x 9 "
$59.50 Paper Original


Contents include: "Must Reflection Be Stopped? Can it Be Stopped?", "Veni, Vidi, Vici: Immediacy and Reflection as Gendered Categories in Kierkegaard's Thought", "'The Unhappiest One' - Merely an Inscription? On the Relationship between Immediacy and Language in the Work of Kierkegaard", "A More Primitive Thinking: Word and Speech-Act in Kierkegaard", "Second Immediacy: A Kierkegaard Account of Faith", "Mediated Immediacy? The Problem of a Second Immediacy", "Between Reflection and the Upbuilding: A Pattern in Kierkegaard's Discourses", "Immediacy and Reflection in Works of Love", "Modulation: A Typology of the Present Age", "'Hysteria of the Spirit': On Melancholy in Kierkegaard", "Kierkegaard and the Role of Reflection in Second Immediacy", "Demons and the Demonic: Kierkegaard and Heidegger on Anxiety and Sexual Difference".


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