A Literary Review (Penguin Classics) aka "Two Ages" by Søren Kierkegaard PDF

By Søren Kierkegaard

ISBN-10: 0140448012

ISBN-13: 9780140448016

Ostensibly, A Literary Review is an easy remark by way of Soren Kierkegaard at the paintings of a modern novelist. On deeper degrees, notwithstanding, it turns into the existential philosopher's far-reaching critique of his society and age, and its apocalyptic ultimate sections encouraged the vital principles in Martin Heidegger's influential paintings Being and Time. Embraced via many readers as prophetic, A Literary Review and its strategies stay appropriate to our present debates on id, dependancy, and social conformity.

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Ht:! says: "1/ my consciousness were not COI1SC;OIlSness of being cOllsciollS- ness o/Ille table, it would then he cOlIsciOlISIWSS of thai labre witlum l consciQUSlless 0/ being so. In other '(fJords, if wal/ld bc a C01IScit/uslless ignoran t of itself, all unconscious- which ;5 absurd. " The more proper conclus ion would rath er be "unself-co nscious". Granted that by "unconscious" Sartre means "unself-conscious," we still fai! to understand why th e cancep! of "unself-consciow; consciousness" is absurd in so far as we deHne cons dousness by intenti onality.

L29 To explain his view, Sartre eit'es the foll owing example: 1 pity PeteT and I go to his assistance. At that moment only one thing exists for my consciousness, Le. Peter-having-to-behelped. This quality of "having-to-be-helped" lies in Peter, and 29 SarlTl" s E;u Slen lia/Ism al1d Enrly BIlddhism aets on me like a force. Peter's distress confronts me in the world as the color of an inkstand confronts me: it belongs to the intentional co rrelate of the personal consciousness. If I bring help to Peter that is because I perceive immediately and without reflection his need of it, not because the rne is invoked to relieve Peter's distress.

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