First published in 1999. This book, in compliance with the aims of the series, attempts to provide a comprehensive and critical account of Kierkegaard's thought. In the case of a writer so complex, prolix, and so little concerned with the logical presentation of his own thought, it is perhaps inevitable that the exegetical side of this task should overshadow the critical.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 A Kind of Philosopher; Chapter 2 Turning Hegel Outside-in; Chapter 3 The Knight of Faith's Silence; Chapter 4 The Dialectic of Faith; Chapter 5 Pathology of the Self; Chapter 6 Purity of Heart; Chapter 7 Love of One's Neighbour; Chapter 8 Equality and Association; Chapter 9 The ‘Abstract’ Individual; Chapter 10 Unconcluding Postscript;