Kierkegaard without "Leap of Faith�

The most popular and even famous phrase attributed to the Danish philosopher and theologian Søren Kierkegaard is the so called "leap of faith�. It is meant to express the conviction, that knowledge cannot grasp the highest truth, but has to be superseded by radically underived religious commitment, namely the passion Kierkegaard calls faith
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