Kierkegaard and Truth

If ultimately, as Kierkegaard claims, “truth is subjectivity,” a matter of love, spirit, and personal purpose, then such inwardness, such experience, cannot be known as it is except by having it. The marks of it can be noted, desire for it promotes, and change of heart necessary for its appropriation can be generated in preparation, but the inward understanding of it, it seems, must be a matter of participation in its reality. … More Kierkegaard and Truth

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Kierkegaard on Faith 1843

“It is said to be difficult to understand the philosophy of Hegel; but to understand Abraham, why, that is an easy matter! To proceed further than Hegel is a wonderful feat, but to proceed further than Abraham, why, nothing is easier! … More Kierkegaard on Faith 1843