On Søren Kierkegaard: Dialogue, Polemics, Lost Intimacy, and Time - Transcending Boundaries in Philosophy and Theology (Paperback)Professor Edward F. Mooney (author)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 278
Weight: 408 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
'Ed Mooney has long been known as one of the more textually sensitive, philosophically nuanced and existentially insightful of contemporary Kierkegaard commentators. All these qualities are well evidenced in this new set of studies that will alert the unwary to often unnoticed dimensions of Kierkegaard’s writing, both to its prayerful silences and to its fairground bombast and self-mockery. In reading Kierkegaard the way he does, Mooney shows how the Danish thinker can help us develop some of the new and refreshing ways of doing philosophy of religion that are emerging today. Not only undergraduates and researchers, but anyone who cares about how the classics of modern thought can help us live better human lives will be encouraged - given heart - by this book, and led to see familiar texts and questions in a subtle but penetrating new light.' George Pattison, Christ Church, Oxford, UK ’... a gifted writer, Mooney offers some real gems...Recommended.’ Choice ’... I do recommend On SÃ¸ren Kierkegaard to anyone interested in Kierkegaard. Especially those with particular interest in Kierkegaard's Socratic identity, Either/Or and the Concluding Unscientific Postscript will find informative and insightful elaborations.’ Ethical Perspectives ’... much more than an introduction into the work of Kierkegaard. Even those familiar with his work and secondary literature can find a lot of thought-awakening judgments, a bunch of fresh formulations, and beautiful interpretations. The strength of this well-written, easily readable book is that it does not engage in Kierkegaardian navel-gazing, but opens up the Danish thinker's universe, showing its significance in both historic and contemporary contexts.’ Ars Disputandi ’Mooney has not only presented an incisive and insightful exposition of Kierkegaard's thought, but has also managed to draw the reader into a process of self-discovery that is consistent with Kierkegaard's own method of indirect communicat
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