Johannes Climacus e o pensador subjetivo existente. A categoria trágico-cômica da linguagem indireta

Ideas Y Valores 65 (S2):155-164 (2016)
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The article analyzes the assumptions of J. Climacus’ double reflection in order to understand his critique of dialectical-speculative thought. Since that double reflection revisits the concepts of the tragic and the comic, of seriousness and jest, albeit from a different perspective, we can understand the importance of such communication for indirect language, whose objective is to communicate an absolute contradiction.



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