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  1. A Prompter’s Play? Kierkegaard’s Puzzling Portrait of Authorial Withdrawal in “An Occasional Discourse”.Iben Damgaard - 2019 - Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook 24 (1):267-284.
    Kierkegaard portrays his role as an author with the image of a prompter in “An Occasional Discourse” of 1847. A prompter in the theatre whispers not his own words, but a text by someone else already familiar to the actors on stage. This raises the question as to which text Kierkegaard is prompting. I seek to answer the question through a close reading of his imagery of authorial withdrawal in this discourse in connection with his repeated description of his writings (...)
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    Does Kierkegaard’s Rewritten Parable of the Good Samaritan Leave the World to the Devil? Kierkegaard and Adorno on What It Means to Love One’s Neighbor in the Modern World.Iben Damgaard - 2020 - Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook 25 (1):221-240.
    This article critically examines and discusses the charge, raised by Adorno in his essay on Works of Love, that Kierkegaard’s rewriting of the Gospel story of the good Samaritan reduces neighbor love to abstract inwardness. It has been somewhat ignored in the reception of Adorno’s text that he also praises Kierkegaard as a critic of his time. I explore Adorno’s appreciation of this dimension in Works of Love and seek to develop it further by examining Kierkegaard’s sharp eye for discovering (...)
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  3. Frihedens svimlende skrøbelighed. En sammenlignende læsning af Kierkegaards og Ricoeurs udlægning af fortællingen om syndefaldet i Genesis 3.Iben Damgaard - 2005 - Kierkegaardiana 23:26-40.
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  4. Review of'Kierkegaard and Fear and Trembling'by John Lippitt. [REVIEW]Iben Damgaard - 2004 - Ars Disputandi: The Online Journal for Philosophy of Religion 4.
     
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