Kierkegaard and His Contemporaries: The Culture of Golden Age Denmark

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Jon Stewart
Walter de Gruyter, 22.08.2008 - 453 Seiten

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Inhalt

Introduction
1
Epistemology as Ontology
25
Scattered Thoughts Analysis of Affectation Struggle with Nihilism
45
Immanuel Kant and the Thought Experiment
62
Kierkegaards Contribution to the Danish Discussion of Irony
78
Kierkegaard and Hegelianism in Golden Age Denmark
106
The Life and Times of Bishop JP Mynster
149
HL Martensens Theological Anthropology
164
Ørsteds Acoustics and Andersens The Bell
262
Thomasine Gyllembourgs Two Ages and her Portrayal of Everyday Life
272
A Literary Approach
301
A Theater Critic of the Heiberg School
319
Søren Kierkegaard on Danish Actresses
330
Johan Ludvig Heiberg and his Audience in NineteenthCentury Denmark
343
PL Møller and Romanticism in Danish Literature
356
An Introduction to his Work
375

Martensens Dogmatics and its Reception
181
Grundtvig and Romanticism
203
Adam Oehlenschlägers Erik and Roller and Danish Romanticism
233
The Tragic Moment in Oehlenschlägers Hakon Earl the Mighty
248
Johan Thomas Lundbye and Søren Kierkegaard
406
Backmatter
427
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Über den Autor (2008)

Der Herausgeber ist Associate Research Professor am Søren Kierkegaard Forschungszentrum der Universität Kopenhagen.

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