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    Jack Mulder (2002). Re-Radicalizing Kierkegaard: An Alternative to Religiousness C in Light of an Investigation Into the Teleological Suspension of the Ethical. [REVIEW] Continental Philosophy Review 35 (3):303-324.
    In this paper I defend the view that not only does Fear and Trembling espouse the teleological suspension of the ethical as a radical suspension and even possible violation of otherwise ethical duties, but also that Kierkegaard himself espouses it and carries the belief through his entire authorship. A brief analysis of Religiousness A suggests that Climacus made a dialectical error in Concluding Unscientific Postscript. This error is corrected by Anti-Climacus and Kierkegaard's own journals, and the correction makes possible a (...)
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    Jack Mulder (2002). Re-Radicalizing Kierkegaard: An Alternative to Religiousness C in Light of an Investigation Into the Teleological Suspension of the Ethical. [REVIEW] Continental Philosophy Review 35 (3):303-324.
    In this paper I defend the view that not only does Fear and Trembling espouse the teleological suspension of the ethical as a radical suspension and even possible violation of otherwise ethical duties, but also that Kierkegaard himself espouses it and carries the belief through his entire authorship. A brief analysis of Religiousness A suggests that Climacus made a dialectical error in Concluding Unscientific Postscript. This error is corrected by Anti-Climacus and Kierkegaard's own journals, and the correction makes possible a (...)
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    Jack Mulder (2010). Kierkegaard and the Catholic Tradition: Conflict and Dialogue. Indiana University Press.
    Placing Kierkegaard in sustained dialogue with the Catholic tradition, Jack Mulder, Jr., does not simply review Catholic reactions to or interpretations of Kierkegaard, but rather provides an extended look into convergences and differences ...
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    Jack Mulder (2010). Let's Rethink Roe V. Wade —And Overturn It. American Journal of Bioethics 10 (12):65-66.
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    Jack Mulder (2013). A Short Argument Against Abortion Rights. Think 12 (34):57-68.
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    Jack Mulder (2014). A Response to Law and McBrayer on Homosexual Activity. Think 13 (38):39-46.
    This short paper argues that two attempts in this journal to argue for the moral permissibility of homosexual activity do not succeed.
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    Jack Mulder (2006). Must All Be Saved? A Kierkegaardian Response to Theological Universalism. International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 59 (1):1-24.
    In this paper, I consider how a Kierkegaardian could respond critically to the question of strong theological universalism, i.e., the belief that all individuals must eventually be reconciled to God and experience everlasting happiness. A Kierkegaardian would likely reject what Thomas Talbott has called “conservative theism,” but has the resources to mount a sustained attack on the view that all individuals must experience everlasting happiness. Some have seen that Kierkegaard has some potential in this regard, but a full Kierkegaardian response (...)
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    Jack Mulder Jr (2009). Kierkegaard and Natural Reason. Faith and Philosophy 26 (1):42-63.
    In this paper I consider Kierkegaard’s pseudonymous attack on natural theology with respect to how it lines up with Catholic thought on that topic. I argue that Kierkegaard’s recently shown similarities to accounts of basic beliefs raise an interesting question when a Catholic hybrid of basic beliefs and natural theology, which I develop in the paper, is considered. Kierkegaard does not attack what we might call natural reason, or a natural awareness of God’s existence, only natural theology’s demonstrative capabilities, and (...)
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  9. Jack E. Mulder (2004). Faith and Nothingness in Kierkegaard: A Mystical Reading of the God-Relationship. Dissertation, Purdue University
    In this dissertation, I argue that Kierkegaard's relationship to the mystical tradition is misconstrued in the secondary literature, and that a fuller account of his attitude toward mysticism reveals a more appreciative stance toward it, which in turn reveals a more mystical religious dialectic. To that end, in the first chapter, I give an account of what is taken to be Kierkegaard's anti-mysticism, and then show that the resources in other signed sources, like Kierkegaard's Journals and Papers, allow us to (...)
     
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  10. Jack Mulder (2010). Kierkegaard and the Catholic Tradition: Conflict and Dialogue. Indiana University Press.
    Although Søren Kierkegaard, considered one of the most passionate Christian writers of the modern age, was a Lutheran, he was deeply dissatisfied with the Lutheran establishment of his day. Some scholars have said that he pushed his faith toward Catholicism. Placing Kierkegaard in sustained dialogue with the Catholic tradition, Jack Mulder, Jr., does not simply review Catholic reactions to or interpretations of Kierkegaard, but rather provides an extended look into convergences and differences on issues such as natural theology, natural moral (...)
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  11. Jack Mulder (2010). Kierkegaard and the Catholic Tradition: Conflict and Dialogue. Indiana University Press.
    Although Søren Kierkegaard, considered one of the most passionate Christian writers of the modern age, was a Lutheran, he was deeply dissatisfied with the Lutheran establishment of his day. Some scholars have said that he pushed his faith toward Catholicism. Placing Kierkegaard in sustained dialogue with the Catholic tradition, Jack Mulder, Jr., does not simply review Catholic reactions to or interpretations of Kierkegaard, but rather provides an extended look into convergences and differences on issues such as natural theology, natural moral (...)
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