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READING JOHANNES CLIMACUS
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absolute paradox abstract achieve action actually aesthetic attempt authorship awareness believe C. S. Lewis character claim Climacus calls Climacus says Climacus thinks comical commitment concept Concept of Anxiety Concluding Unscientific Postscript concrete consciousness contradiction decision described dialectical discover discussion distinction duty element essentially eternal happiness ethical ethicist existential expression fact faith Fear and Trembling God-relationship God's guilt Hegel Hegelian Hence human existence humorist idea ideal imagination immanence immediacy indirect communication individual's intellectual inwardness irony and humor Johannes Climacus Kant Kierkegaard logical maieutic man's merely moral nature objective passion person Philosophical Fragments Plato possible Postscript pseudonymous reader reality realize reason recognize reduplication reflection relation relationship relative religion religious individual seems sense significance simply Socrates sort speculative spheres Stages on Life's striving subjectivity suffering task temporal term thesis thing thinker thought transcendent transcendent religion true truth understanding understood Walter Lowrie