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    “As we Are so we Make”: Life as Composition in Søren Kierkegaard and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.Stacey Elizabeth Ake - 1999 - Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook 1999 (1):293-309.
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  2. Contributors to the present issue.Stacey Ake, Dario Gonzalez, Arne Gron, Eberhard Harbsmeier, Flemming Harrits, Mads Fedder Henriksen, Isak Winkel Holm, Gordon Marino, Lou Matz & Alastair McKinnon - 1999 - Kierkegaardiana 20:371.
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    Does God Exist or Does He Come to Be?Stacey Ake - 2009 - Philosophy and Theology 21 (1-2):155-164.
    The following is an examination of two possible interpretations of the meaning of the “existence” of God. By using two different Danishterms—the word existence (Existents) and the concept “coming to be” (Tilværelse)—found in Kierkegaard’s writing, I hope to show that two very different theological outcomes arise depending upon which idea or term is used. Moreover, I posit which of these twooutcomes is closer in nature to the more famously used German term Dasein.
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  4. Hints of Apuleius in The Sickness Unto Death.Stacey Ake - 1999 - Kierkegaardiana 20:51.
     
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    It's All about the Benjamins!Stacey Ake - 2022 - The Pluralist 17 (2):76-78.
    Hatred As A Sign Of Life. We've seen a lot of this in the last year, in the last four to five years, in fact. So much hatred that people were willing to risk their lives rather than wear a mask to protect themselves (and others) from COVID-19.So much hatred against them... against the other... against those others.If nothing else, this past year made strikingly visible the divides that exist in the United States, and yet the nature of the major (...)
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    Kierkegaard the Teacher1.Stacey Elizabeth Ake - 1998 - Enrahonar: Quaderns de Filosofía 29 (7):5-7.
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    Scientists in the cosmos: An existential approach to the debate between science and religion.Stacey E. Ake - 2016 - Zygon 51 (4):1011-1022.
    Walker Percy's use of the terms Umwelt and Welt as well as his separation of events into dyadic and triadic ones, where the latter involve human beings, is brought to bear on the relationship between science and religion with the upshot being that science is not equipped to really understand or explain triadic entities.
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    That Mystery Category “Fourthness” and Its Relationship to the Work of C. S. Peirce.Stacey E. Ake - 2018 - In Leslie Marsh (ed.), Walker Percy, Philosopher. Cham: Springer Verlag. pp. 63-87.
    C. S. Peirce posits that the self is known only through negation—by the knower finding out that he or she is wrong. Even more importantly he considers a man to be nothing more than a sign. This is existentially inadequate. In this chapter, Stacey Ake shows the shortcomings of Peirce’s Firstness, Secondness, and Thirdness in creating human identity by utilizing and developing Walker Percy’s notion of Fourthness in order to show that there is a positive way to create identity and, (...)
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    José Ortega y Gasset's Metaphysical Innovation: A Critique and Overcoming of Idealism, by Antonio Rodríguez Huéscar. [REVIEW]Stacey Ake - 1996 - Review of Metaphysics 49 (3):677-678.
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    José Ortega y Gasset's Metaphysical Innovation. [REVIEW]Stacey Ake - 1996 - Review of Metaphysics 49 (3):677-678.
    Traditionally, Ortega y Gasset has fallen between the cracks of philosophical categorization. He is not an existentialist; neither is he a phenomenologist nor a pragmatist. Yet his major claim, "I am I and my circum-stance" both bridges and transcends these categories. It is the intent of Rodríguez Huéscar's book to show that this particular claim, and the metaphysical system Ortega developed from it, is Ortega's chief innovation in addressing what was once perceived as the central crisis of modern philosophy: the (...)
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