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Inquiry 28 (1-4):261-271 (1985)
|Abstract||Ingmar Pörn (Inquiry 27 , nos. 2?3) claims that certain ideas of Kierkegaard's can illuminate a notion of the self articulated in action?theoretical terms. Through a reconstruction of Kierkegaard's concept of despair, couched in these terms, Pörn aims to show how these ideas can contribute to the study of the self. Because he misconstrues an important distinction in Kierkegaard's account of selfhood, Pörn fails to show this. It remains uncertain what use the study of the self would have for Kierkegaard's notion of selfhood, and whether an action?theoretical analysis is capable of bringing out whatever may be of interest in it|
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