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International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy

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Disenchanting Christendom

Kierkegaard's analogical exposition of Hegelian mediation

Uroš Milić

pp. 113-150

Abstract

The main purpose of my contribution is to provide an account of the similarities and differences between Kierkegaard’s emphasis on individuality and Hegelian mediation of Christian identity. This account will represent the main point of reference in supporting Kierkegaard’s claim, that by conceptualizing Christian identity, speculative mediation omits individuality, as it excludes its particular and distinctive character. Moreover, it will provide a way of evaluating the normative potential of Kierkegaard’s unique understanding of Cristian faith as one’s infinite interest in the actuality of another. In the concluding part, I will summarize my investigation of Kierkegaard’s relation to the Hegelian tradition from within a broader social context concerning social integration and social plurality.

Publication details

Published in:

Stone Richard, Morisato Takeshi (2019). Mediation. Metodo 7 (2).

Pages: 113-150

Full citation:

Milić Uroš (2019). Disenchanting Christendom: Kierkegaard's analogical exposition of Hegelian mediation. Metodo 7 (2), pp. 113-150.