Kierkegaard and the Ends of Language

Kierkegaard and the Ends of Language
University of Minnesota Press | May 2002 | ISBN-10: 0816637466 | 214 pages | File type: PDF | 1.06 mb

What do we read when we read Kierkegaard? How do we know? Insisting that Kierkegaard remains a far more enigmatic and paradoxical writer than is often assumed, Geoffrey Hale argues that the best way to approach Keirkegaard's work and understand its significance for our own thought is to retrace its formative influence on major intellectuals of the early twentieth century.

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