Because there is still a problem, however, with the kind of objective viewpoint implicit in inclusivism's claim that beliefs that contradict ours are false, Connell suggests we can improve on inclusivism by exploring Kierkegaardian
"resources of self-critique" for mitigating the dangers of retaining an emphasis on commitment to truth-claims.
As the Kierkegaardian
scholar, Daphne Hampson, has pointed out in her text, Kierkegaard: Exposition and Critique (Hampton, 2013), Kierkegaard's writings are best understood when placed within a theological tradition that is best known as 'Divine Command Theory'.
Influenced by Catholicism and Kierkegaardian
Klein wrote that one of the novel's main themes was the Kierkegaardian
tendency of history to repeat itself: "I was struck furthermore by the similarity between contemporary Jewish history and our ancient saga--I thought I saw in events today a recurrence, in large outline, of the events recorded in the Pentateuch.
When counselors are interested in being authentic in a Kierkegaardian
sense, however, they cultivate an inward passion that extends outward to the profession and the people they serve.
THE INFINITE POSSIBILITY OF BEING ABLE TO: SCHELLING'S INFLUENCE ON THE KIERKEGAARDIAN
CONCEPTION OF FREEDOM
The Freedom to Become a Christian: A Kierkegaardian
Account of Human Transformation in Relationship With God
I found the porn holier, Beckett wiser, and wrote a kind of Kierkegaardian
response (I liked the Dane's style at the time) to the book and the dangerous institutions it spawned.
This volume provides an excellent tour of the main parts of the Kierkegaardian
corpus concerned with faith.
Lev Shestov is a more appropriate parallel to Heschel.
17) Zen immediacy, although reached differently from the Kierkegaardian
faith movement in response to God's initiation or call, includes a sense of global connectedness with others that can move one to action in response to the other as individual, yet caught within a complexity of social and earthly interconnectedness/systems.
Understanding of Unamuno's Struggle to Believe, James Clarke, Cambridge, 2013, 138 pp.