Existence, Thought, Style: Perspectives of a Primary Relation: Portrayed through the Work of Søren Kierkegaard

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Table of Contents
Editor's Introductionix
Chapter I
1. Traces of the guiding thought in the philosophical tradition. The concealed in philosophical approaches1
2. Hidden foundations of life: evidences in poetry and philosophy4
3. Existence, thought, style: the coming to light of a timeless primary relation9
4. "The metaphor is much more subtle than its inventor" (Lichtenberg). Associative undercurrents from the realm of the author's experience14
Chapter II
1. Kierkegaard's circular movement of thought as parameters of reference for a new way of reading19
2. Metaphor as companion of the concept: dialectical transformations23
2.1. The metaphorical appeal to the will to change23
2.2. "The fragrance of experience" in the situation of remembrance28
3. The leading images of spinning and weaving30
4. Prerequisites of the use of images in the mode of existential experience: a historical demarcation of unpoetic method38
5. Acoustic, optic, rhythm--media of perception and reception42
5.1. The rhythmical movement of thought42
5.2. The metaphoric of eye and ear47
5.3. The soul's guide in man51
6. The proximity of poetry and philosophy: personality as the first condition of communicating truth54

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Table of Contents v
  • Editor's Introduction IX
  • Chapter I 1
  • Chapter II 19
  • Chapter III 63
  • Chapter IV 79
  • Chapter V 127
  • Chapter VI 145
  • Chapter VII 157
  • Bibliography of Cited Works 173
  • Index of Names 183
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