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Kierkegaard's Category of Repetition: A Reconstruction

Niels Nymann Eriksen
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Published
Berlin ; New York : W. de Gruyter, 2000.
Language
English
Series
Kierkegaard Studies
ISBN
311016924X (alk. paper)
Contents
  • Twofold Task of Reconstruction 3
  • 1. Reconstruction on the Basis of an Understanding of Kierkegaard's Authorship as a Whole 3
  • 2. Reconstruction on the Basis of the Thematization of Nihilism in Nietzsche and Heidegger 7
  • Three Guiding Questions 11
  • 1. Question of Historicality 11
  • 2. Question of the Other 13
  • 3. Question of Becoming 14
  • Method and Structure of this Study 15
  • Part 1 Question of Historicality
  • Chapter 1 Constantius' 'Experimenting Psychology' 19
  • A Phenomenological Psychology of Repetition 20
  • First Stage: Repetition and Desire, Don Juan 22
  • Second STage: Repetition and Diversion 26
  • Third Stage: Repetition and Poetic Reproduction 29
  • Proust and Constantius 35
  • Constantius' Method 36
  • Chapter 2 Models of Authentic Historicality in Eighteen Edifying Discourses 39
  • Job: Repetition as Taking-Back 42
  • Paul: 'The Thorn in the Flesh' 47
  • Anna: 'Patience in Expectancy' 50
  • Transfiguration is the Explanation 56
  • Repetition and the Form of the Discourses 57
  • Part 2 Question of the Other
  • Chapter 3 Time as the Trace of the Other 65
  • Parts of Time 65
  • Glance of Ingeborg and the Moment of Vision 69
  • Fall as the Beginning of History 76
  • Chapter 4 Reconciliation as the Fullness of Time 82
  • Climacus' Notion of the Other 83
  • Ignorance and Consciousness of Sin 83
  • Contradiction and Contemporaneity 89
  • First Example: The Image of the Crucified One 92
  • Second Example: The Woman Who Anointed Jesus 95
  • Climacus' Notion of the Other and Metaphysics 100
  • Hegel 101
  • Levinas 104
  • Excursus: Does Climacus' Notion of the Other Allow for a Social Theory? 107
  • Part 3 Question of Becoming
  • Chapter 5 Becoming Precedes Being 113
  • Repetition as the Stranding of Metaphysics 115
  • 'The Greeks' 117
  • Modernity 118
  • Philosophy of the Future 120
  • A Theory of Becoming? 121
  • Dialectical and Pathos-filled Transitions 123
  • Transition from Possibility to Actuality 125
  • Transition from Non-Being to Being 127
  • Repetition and the Quest of Ontology 128
  • Revelation and Ontology (Bultmann) 129
  • Distinction between Law and Gospel 133
  • Chapter 6 Repetition and Nihilism: Kierkegaard and Nietzsche 136
  • Comparing Kierkegaard and Nietzsche 136
  • Nietzsche's Doctrine of the Eternal Return of the Same 138
  • Heidegger's Nietzsche 141
  • Eternal Recurrence and the Moment of Vision 144
  • Constantius' Repetition and Nietzsche's Eternal Recurrence 153
  • Two Views of the Historicality of Existence 154
  • Two Views of the Crisis of Modernity 158
  • Conclusion: Recollection and Repetition
  • Two Modes of Existing 165
  • Two Paradigms of Thought 168.
Description
vii, 182 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [171]-182).
Series Statement
Kierkegaard studies. Monograph series ; 5
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