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Review: The Concept of Irony/Schelling Lecture Notes (Kierkegaard's Writings, Volume 2)

User Review  - Nevine - Goodreads

A very amusing book to read, kierkegaard first treats socrates as the ultimate ironist he reflects on the role of socratic irony in history and in the subsequent emerge of later philosophical trends ... Read full review

Review: The Concept of Irony/Schelling Lecture Notes (Kierkegaard's Writings, Volume 2)

User Review  - Benjamin - Goodreads

A hard book to read without familiarity of the 18th-19th century German philosophical tradition (Kant, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, Solger, etc...), especially when discerning the jargon of the school in ... Read full review

Review: The Concept of Irony/Schelling Lecture Notes (Kierkegaard's Writings, Volume 2)

User Review  - Dries Van cann - Goodreads

Irony as the way to free the subject from being polluted or determined by anything outside of it. Read full review

Review: The Concept of Irony/Schelling Lecture Notes (Kierkegaard's Writings, Volume 2)

User Review  - Michaeldelicio - Goodreads

A difficult, inscrutable, maddening, and intensely rewarding book. They don't call him Kierkegaard fer nuthin'! Read full review

Review: The Concept of Irony/Schelling Lecture Notes (Kierkegaard's Writings, Volume 2)

User Review  - eesenor - Goodreads

Kierkegaard compares Socrates and Christ, with Irony as a main point of distinction. Read full review


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