Jörg Disse
Theologische Fakultät Fulda, Germany
Compares Freud's conception of religion being negative for the health of our psyche to Kierkegaard's theory of stages culminating in the necessity of a relationship to God for self-realization.
Keywords desire  self  religion  God  theory of stages  absolute choice  subjectivity  sublimation
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