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Mod14-37KierkegaardS - Module XIV Session 36 Kierkegaard The Sickness Unto Death Read the blackboard essay 4 Aspects of Despair Pertaining Solely

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Module XIV Module XIV Session 36 Session 36 Kierkegaard, The Sickness Unto Death Kierkegaard, The Sickness Unto Death Read the blackboard essay Read the blackboard essay
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4 Aspects of Despair Pertaining Solely to the Hylomorphic 4 Aspects of Despair Pertaining Solely to the Hylomorphic Synthesis Synthesis Ad 1/ Non conscious despair = all pathologies of the aesthetic stage are considered without regard to self, whether conscious or not: i/ to lack finitude = to volatilize into a fantastic existence to move far away from self to relate to God via pure intoxication ii/ to lack infinitude = to be robbed of primitivity to fail to venture, to be ground down to fearful conformism iii/ to lack necessity = to flounder in possibility (hyper ventiliation) until all energy for actualization is exhausted result: paralysis; fail to become aware of self as a definite something 2 ways: craving and melancholy iv/ to lack possibility = to suffocate 2 ways: everything has become necessary: fatalism Everything has become probable: triviality Sum: The person who get lost in possibility soars high in bold despair; she for whom all is necessity is crushed in despair; the bourgeois philistine spiritlessly triumphs!
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Despair As Defined By Consciousness (#2) Despair As Defined By Consciousness (#2)
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2010 for the course PHIL 206 taught by Professor Draper during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Mod14-37KierkegaardS - Module XIV Session 36 Kierkegaard The Sickness Unto Death Read the blackboard essay 4 Aspects of Despair Pertaining Solely

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