L'anticléricalisme religieux de Kierkegaard


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La polémique de Kierkegaard contre l’Église est menée au nom d’arguments religieux. Voilà pourquoi c’est dans le « christianisme » du philosophe danois, et plus particulièrement dans son ecclésiologie, que nous chercherons les facteurs de cet anticléricalisme spécifiquement chrétien. Nous en dégagerons les grandes lignes d’une pensée religieuse qui se construit sur l’opposition entre « christianisme » et « chrétienté », ainsi que les principes d’une ecclésiologie de conviction, qui laisse peu de place pour les compromis avec le « Monde ». Kierkegaard’s polemic against Church is led in the name of religious arguments. That’s why it is in the « Christianity » of the Danish philosopher, and more particularly in his ecclesiology, that we will look for the factors of this specifically Christian anticlericalism. We will draw the mean lines of a religious thought which builds itself on the opposition between « Christianity » and « Christendom », and the principles of an ecclesiology of conviction, which gives few place to compromises with the « World »
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