Kierkegaard on Consumerism

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For further information please visit: https://jasnakoteska.blogspot.com As an extra, Kierkegaard also insists on the initialtheologicalnature of this self (again, adding weight to Campbell's argument for a genealogy of the Romantic ethic of consumerism that goes back to "the other Protestant ethic") - and by doing so highlights the need of the romantic self for an anchor that is not at its disposal (at ... Kierkegaard, along with Nietzsche, Dostoyevsky, Kafka, Pessoa, and a host of other luminaries, heralded the coming of post-modernism in our writing and thinking by critically deconstructing the failed promises of Enlightenment rationality that had reached its apotheosis with the writings of Hegel. In Johannes de A century earlier, the great Danish writer and thinker Søren Kierkegaard (May 5, 1813-November 11, 1855), celebrated as the first true existentialist philosopher and an active proponent of the benefits of keeping a diary, contemplated this eternal tension between the individual and the crowd. Kierkegaard's understanding of Socrates was of course based on his reading of the texts of Plato, Xenophon and Aristophanes, that is, the primary sources.

In Johannes de A century earlier, the great Danish writer and thinker Søren Kierkegaard (May 5, 1813-November 11, 1855), celebrated as the first true existentialist philosopher and an active proponent of the benefits of keeping a diary, contemplated this eternal tension between the individual and the crowd. Kierkegaard's understanding of Socrates was of course based on his reading of the texts of Plato, Xenophon and Aristophanes, that is, the primary sources. But it was also largely shaped by the interpretation of the famous German philosopher G.W.F.

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