Kierkegaards Phänomenologie der Freiheitserfahrung

Verlag Karl Alber (1991)
Jörg Disse
Theologische Fakultät Fulda, Germany
The book deals with the structure of our concrete experience of freedom according to the existence analysis of Kierkegaard in his pseudonymous works. Contrary to the (pre-)judgment of Modernity that freedom could only be adequately understood as full autonomy, Kierkegaard’s analysis shows that the highest form of freedom is realized not in full autonomy but in a relationship with God and therefore in a dialectic of autonomy and dependence. The starting point of the interpretation is the idea that Kierkegaard’s stages of existence are equivalent to stages of freedom.
Keywords freedom  stages  God  choice  Angst  despair  faith  self  existence
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