The Socratic Method of Kierkegaard’s Pseudonym Johannes Climacus: Indirect Communication and the Art of ‘Taking Away’

In Poul Houe & Gordon D. Marino (eds.), Søren Kierkegaard and the Word(s). Reitzel (2003)

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Paul Muench
University of Montana
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Keywords Philosophical Fragments  Postscript  Kierkegaard  Climacus
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