mod14-36KierkegaardSicknessDeath

mod14-36KierkegaardSicknessDeath - Module XIV Session 36...

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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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Highlights Highlights The first two pages of SK’s blackboard essay, SuD, are virtually undecipherable without studying them along with the slides on the composition of the self and the types of despair. Do not despair, the lecture will help! Keep in view the difference between the hylomorphic theory of the self as a synthesis of the body and soul (Module XIII) and SK’s tripartite view of the self as spirit. Note how the anatomy of despair builds upon the anatomy of healthy relations of the self (revisit also the relations in the stages of existence), and how both the pathology and ideal of the self clarify the question of God and religion as a verb.
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Self Is a Category of Freedom Self Is a Category of Freedom Existentialism or philosophy of existence holds that human existence is defined by freedom. In that regard, existence precedes our essential definition. To say human self is freedom means to affirm that we make ourselves, our existence. We create ourselves through our acts. The main difference between atheistic and religious existential thinkers:
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