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ОбложкаPatios G. Kierkegaard on the philosophy of history. - Basingstoke; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. - xi, 187 p. - Bibliogr.: p.178-183. - Ind.: p.185-187. - ISBN 978-1-137-38327-3
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Оглавление / Contents
 
Preface ........................................................ ix
Acknowledgements ................................................ x
List of Abbreviations .......................................... xi
Introduction .................................................... 1
1  Hegel's Philosophy of History ................................ 6
   Introduction ................................................. 6
   The Hegelian enigma .......................................... 8
   The varieties of historical writing ......................... 11
   Reason in history ........................................... 18
   Conclusion .................................................. 25
2  Kierkegaard's Concept of History ............................ 27
   Introduction ................................................ 27
   The 'Interlude' ............................................. 28
   The context to the 'Interlude' .............................. 43
   Doubt, belief, will, and freedom in history ................. 47
   Epilogue .................................................... 49
3  The Structure of the Kierkegaardian 'Self' .................. 51
   Introduction ................................................ 51
   Freedom and necessity, temporality and eternity ............. 53
   The human self .............................................. 56
   Eternity, God and despair ................................... 58
   Anxiety ..................................................... 60
   Possibility as anxiety ...................................... 64
   Anxiety as the result of a synthesis ........................ 64
   Eternity and moment ......................................... 67
   Despair ..................................................... 71
   Existential freedom ......................................... 74
   Despair and faith ........................................... 74
   Human/Political self ........................................ 76
   Conclusion .................................................. 79
4  Hegel's Philosophy of History and Kierkegaard's Concept of
   History: A Synthesis Instead of a Confrontation ............. 80
   Introduction ................................................ 80
   Hegelian claims on history .................................. 81
   Reason ...................................................... 81
   Knowledge of the past ....................................... 82
   Order and meaning in history ................................ 82
   God's providence ............................................ 83
   Incarnation and history ..................................... 84
   Hegelian freedom and necessity .............................. 86
   Individuals in history ...................................... 86
   Conclusion .................................................. 87
   Kierkegaardian claims ....................................... 87
   Kierkegaardian concept of history ........................... 88
   Kierkegaard and the Incarnation ............................. 89
   Freedom as opposite to logical necessity .................... 91
   Human consciousness and history ............................. 92
   Necessity in (past) history ................................. 93
   Doubt ....................................................... 94
   Belief ...................................................... 95
   The historical .............................................. 95
   Historical knowledge ........................................ 96
   My arguments ................................................ 97
   Conclusion ................................................. 106
   Hegel and Kierkegaard: a possible synthesis ................ 106
   Kierkegaard's relations to Hegel re-reconsidered ........... 114
   Niels Thulstrup ............................................ 114
   Jon Stewart ................................................ 116
   Jean-Paul Sartre ........................................... 120
   Mark C. Taylor ............................................. 121
   James Bogen ................................................ 123
   Peter J. Mehl .............................................. 123
   Merold Westphal ............................................ 124
   Unhappy consciousness ...................................... 125
   Epilogue ................................................... 126
5  Heidegger's Response to the Problem of History ............. 128
   Introduction ............................................... 128
   Part I ..................................................... 129
   Part II .................................................... 140
   Part III ................................................... 146

Conclusion .................................................... 147
Notes ......................................................... 151
Bibliography .................................................. 178
Index ......................................................... 185

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