Fall 2006 not offered
Kierkegaard's evocation of the self in its aesthetic, ethical, and religious transformations is studied through a close reading of his major texts.
Ethical Reasoning, Writing
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|Course Format: Discussion||Grading Mode: Graded|
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Soren Kierkegaard: EITHER/OR, vol. I & II FEAR AND TREMBLING, REPETITION, THE CONCEPT OF ANXIETY, PHILOSOPHICAL FRAGMENTS, THE SICKNESS UNTO DEATH
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Short themes on preassigned topics will fall due every week. A 10-15 page term paper will fall due during exam week.
|Additional Requirements and/or Comments: |
Permission to join this seminar will automatically be granted to students who have taken a course in the philosophy of religion OR modern Christian thought (e.g. RELI220) OR modern philosophy (e.g. PHIL203). Others must receive explicit permission from the instructor. By interview.