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  1. After Actuality: Ideality and the Promise of a Purified Religious Vision in Frater Taciturnus.Jeffrey Hanson - 2021 - History of European Ideas 47 (3):514-527.
    ABSTRACT This article engages Frater Taciturnus’s ‘Letter to the Reader’ to argue for a religious aesthetics in Kierkegaard. This religious aesthetics is designed to purify the passions and help the believer ‘see’ the religious ideal, but also to confront the aesthetic spectator with the religious reality of her own situation. My claim for this revised reading of religious poetics in Kierkegaard derives from Taciturnus’s view of a superior form of religious ideality that comes ‘after actuality’. This ideality is not an (...)
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