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Geist und Unsterblichkeit by István Czakó

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Although Kierkegaard’s conception of himself as being a “religious writer” is generally known, the dogmatic aspect of his thought has rarely been the subject of thorough research. The basic intent of this work is to reconstruct several of Kierkegaard’s key problem complexes at the intersection of dogma and religious philosophy, with particular attention to the discursive context of the post-Hegelian epoch.

  • ISBN: 9783110383201 |
  • Hardcover: 249 pages |
  • Publisher: De Gruyter |
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  • Language: German |
  • Format: Ebook