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(p. 591) Index

(p. 591) Index

Aarhus 52–3
acedia 242
actuality 69, 70, 72, 75, 76–8, 80, 87, 101
possibility 73–4, 79, 423–4
Adams, Robert 220
Adler, Pastor Adolf Peter 77n13, 99, 161, 214
Adorno, Theodor W. 46, 63
aestheticism 46, 47, 48
aesthetic life 88
critique of 67
aesthetic/ethical debate 312–14, 506–8
afterlife 374–8
Agacinski, Sylviane 346, 473, 474
Albeck, Gustav 96
Alcoforado, Mariana 564
Allison, Henry E. 394
Alter, Robert 192n3
alterity 474, 476, 536
selfhood 233
Altizer, Thomas 530
Ammundsen, Valdemar 17–18
Anaxarchus 133
Andersen, Hans Christian 28, 96–7
and genius 98
and Golden Age of Denmark 39
Only a Fiddler, Kierkegaard's review of 97–9, 260–1
Anderson, R. Lanier 416n15
Anscombe, Elizabeth 484
Anselm of Canterbury 299
Anz, Heinrich 556
Aquinas, Thomas 81, 143, 336
Arbaugh, George B. 214n2
Arbaugh, George E. 214n2
Aristophanes 133n14, 355
Aristotle 131–6 (passim), 140n35, 225, 236,336, 338
on contemplation 134
on emotions 138–9
on friendship 144
on kinesis 133, 425
on love 144
on moral conviction 137–8
on moral virtues 226
Arndt, Johann 175–6
Arnold, Matthew 252n2
Assistens Churchyard 59–60
Atomists 133
atonement 299–300
Auden, W. H. 562–3, 574–6
Augustine, Aurelius, Bishop of Hippo 143, 172, 173, 177, 178, 505
criticism of 182
on self-deception 310
Aumann, Antony 203
Axt-Piscalar, Christine 540–1
Baader, Franz 65n4
Baggesen, Jens 95
Bakhtin, Mikhail 195
Balle, Bishop Nicolai Edinger 37
Baltruŝaitis, Jurgis 551
Bang, Frederik Ludvig 38
baptism 119
Barfod, Hans Peter 20
Af Søren Kierkegaard's Efterladte Papirer (1969–81) 13, 14–15
catalogue of Kierkegaard's papers 12, 13, 17
Barrett, Lee C. 157, 292, 298, 300, 301, 532, 544, 572
Barrett, William 131n6
Barth, Karl 5, 159, 162, 528, 534, 535, 573 (p. 592)
Bärthold, Albert 405
Basso, Ingrid 551
Bauckham, Richard 160, 161
Bauer, Bruno 36
Baum, Oskar 561
Beabout, Gregory R 155, 234n7
Beaufret, Jean 421
Beck, Frederik Andreas 347n2
Becker, Ernest 369
Behler, Ernst 95, 102
Beiser, Frederick C. 107
Bennett, Christopher 521
Bernard of Clairvaux 121n6, 181, 183
Bessa-Luis, Agustina 565
Beyrich, Tilman 451, 452
Bible, and Kierkegaard 118–19
complex relationship with 150
contextualizing his biblical interpretation 161
distraction of commentaries 156–7
engagement with at University 151–3
father's influence on approach to 150–1
focus on New Testament 161–2
historical truth of the Gospels 500
importance in writings 150, 153–5
influence on biblical scholarship 159–60
lifelong study of 152–3
limits of the role of biblical text 161
loss of hermeneutic community 160–1
metaphors for:
as love letter 157–8
as mirror 156–7
as royal decree 158
Old Testament 161–2
programmatic vision of 155–9, 170
resistance to academic forms of interpretation 151
straightforward message of 158, 170
theological foundation of understanding of 156 see also theology
Bigelow, Pat 475–6
Blicher, Steen Steensen 98
Blixen, Karen 13, 28, 554–5
Bloch, Oscar 368
Bloechl, Jeffrey 451
Bloom, Harold 194, 199n12
Boesen, Emil 11, 24
Bohlin, Torsten 532, 538
Bohr, Niels 28
Böhringer, Friedrich 178, 181
Boisen, Elise Marie 38
Boisen, Peter Outzen 38
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich 530
Booth, Wayne 349–50
boredom 83–4, 103, 466
Börne, Ludwig 58
Bradley, Francis Herbert 491
Brandes, Edvard 15
Brandes, Georg 3, 13, 15, 404–5, 530, 537, 551, 559, 564
Bremer, Frederikke 49, 51–2
Der Brenner (journal) 554
Bretschneider, Carl Gottlieb 151
Brezinova, Helena 551
Brobjer, Thomas H 404, 405
Broch, Herman 554
Brøchner, Hans 15, 365
Brod, Max 561
Bromiley, Geoffrey 167–8
Brorson, Hans Adolph 407n6
Brown, Ellen 570
Brunner, Emil 535
Bruun, Niels W. 151, 258n4
Buben, Adam 367n3
Buber, Martin 5, 232, 534
Bukdahl, Jørgen 3
Bultmann, Rudolf 159–60, 162, 533, 573
Buntzen, Thomasine 34
Burgess, Andrew 516, 542, 543
Butin, Gitte 452
Byron, Lord 96
Cain, David 542
Camus, Albert 561, 573
Capel, Lee 346n1, 468
capitalism, and postmodernism 465
Cappelørn, Niels Jørgen 13, 14, 16, 19, 21, 115n3, 299, 301, 407n7, 408n8
Caputo, John 446, 453, 473–4, 477
Carlisle, Clare 424n3, 436
Carnell, Edward John 532 (p. 593)
Carstensen, Georg 49–51
Cavell, Stanley 484, 493–4, 504n1
chatter 50, 478
Childs, Brevard 543
Chrétien, Jean Louis 454
Christ:
imitation of 304
in Kierkegaard's theology 297–301
atonement 299–300
knowledge of 299
as prototype for human beings 300–1, 518–19
Christensen, Peter Vilhelm 22–3
Christian life 283–5, 303–6
Christian love 304–5
faith 304
imitation of Christ 304
joy 57, 266, 305–6
suffering 305
Christian VIII, King of Denmark 45
Christiani, D. B. 572
Christianity:
baptism 119
Christian identity 254
Christian love 106, 227–8, 304–5, 337, 534, 540
confidence in God 115
divine commands as foundation of moral obligation 219–23
as an existence-communication 293, 499, 500
faith 304
formation of Christian identity 265–70
Heiberg on 34–5
historical study of 169–70
historical truth of the Gospels 500
Incarnation 86–7, 169, 297, 298
indirect communication of 294
the individual 119–20
as missionary 223
nature of 293
paradox of 284, 298–9
reintroduction of Christianity into Christendom 292–3
significance of divine authority 214–15
straightforward meaning of 158, 170
suffering 120–1, 305
understanding of 529
Christman, John 509
Chrysippus 139–40
Chrysostom, John 178, 181
Church:
attack on 40, 267–8, 270, 323–4
baptism 119
church-going 54–6, 112, 113–16
criticism of church-goers 113–14
criticism of prestigious churches 114
regularity of 113
communion 116
complex relationship with 112
as congregation (ecclesia or congregatio sanctorum) 112
critique of 118–20
conception of 126–7
criticism of Grundtvig's view of the Church 116–20
disenchantment with 55–6, 113
and the individual 114–15, 116–17, 118, 119–20
institution of 112
confrontation with 123–6
recommends separation of Church and State 126
sermons 115
struggle with 125–6
understanding of worship 116
Cicero 131
Clausen, Henrik Nikolai 117, 151, 172
Clement of Alexandria 173, 174, 177, 182
Cobb, William S. 141n39
Colson, Charles 520
Come, Arnold 292, 440, 538–9 (p. 594)
communication 202
and freedom 207
indirect 106–7, 203, 294, 491
objective and subjective 202–4
paraphrase 204
problem of philosophical 490–2
Socratic subjective 204–5
theatre and freedom 205–6
Conant, James 494–5
concern 275
Connell, George 367n5, 369n8
Cooper, John M. 131
Copenhagen:
character of 48–9
churches 54–6
daily walks by Kierkegaard 26, 45
graveyards in 59–60
Heiberg's criticism of 45–6
importance for Kierkegaard 44–5
as market town 45, 52–3
Østergade 51–2
theatre 49
Tivoli gardens 49–51
Copenhagen, University of, and Kierkegaard's papers 13
The Corsair (satirical journal) 2, 3, 53
countryside 56–9
courage 275, 290
Cousin, Victor 77, 82n16
Cox, Harvey 530
Crary, Jonathan 47
Crichton Smith, Ian 581–2
critical realism 472
Crouter, Richard E. 94
Crowe, Benjamin D. 99, 100
Crowley, Susan 578
culture 263–5
context of conception of 260–3
and formation of identity 253–4
as Christian 265–70
Christian identity 254
individualization 253
narrative identity 254
socialization 253
inattention to 252
range of meanings 252–3
references to 252
self-formation 255–9
Cupitt, Don 478, 497, 530
Cyprian of Carthage 179
Czakó, István 366n2
Dahlstrom, Daniel 442
Dalferth, Ingolf U. 441
Dalrymple, Timothy 153, 305, 408
Damgaard, Iben 154
Danish Society for Language and Literature 18
Danto, Arthur C. 416n13
Darwall, Stephen 517
Davenport, John 212, 231n3, 232, 236n11, 240n15, 247n23, 373n13, 506, 507, 511–13
Davis, William V. 583
de Beauvoir, Simone 562
de Blois, Louis 175, 177
de Sousa, Elisabete M. 551
death 281, 365–7, 378–80
the afterlife 374–8
as aid to understanding life 367
family mythology of early death 365
Hegelian controversy over 366
in his writings 366–7
reasons for concern with 366
Unscientific Postscript
deconstruction 470
deconstructive reading of Kierkegaard471–7
language of otherness 475–7
Dehs, Jørgen 256
Deleuze, Gilles 477–8
democratization, and Denmark 30
Denmark:
Danish Romanticism 95–7
Golden Age of (1800–1850) 28
cliquish nature of 37–8
first generation of (1802–25) 31–3
political and military context 28–30
second generation of (1820s–1830s) 34–6
third generation of (c1840) 39–42 (p. 595)
Derrida, Jacques 431n9, 451–2, 453–4, 465, 477
deconstruction 470
Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling 476
Kierkegaard's use of irony 351–2
privileging of speech over writing 473
writing 473
despair 80–1, 82, 107, 140
sorrow 287
translation problems 394–6
Detering, Heinrich 417
Deuser, Hermann 403, 441, 443, 445
Dewey, Bradley 152, 541, 542, 551, 576
Diamond, Cora 197, 494–5, 510n9
Dillon, Robin 516–19, 523
Dilman, Ilham 484
Dinesen, Isak (Karen Blixen), see Blixen, Karen
Diogenes Laertius 135, 139n32–3, 141n39, 144n45, 372
Disse, Jörg 440
Dooley, Mark 445, 451, 470, 476
Dostoevsky, Fyodor 212, 216–17, 575
doubt, and Greek philosophy 136–7
Drachmann, Anders Bjørn 15–16
Dreyer, Carl 1
Dreyfus, Hubert L. 394n5, 446
Dru, Alexander 390, 400, 573
Drury, M. O’C. 485
Dummett, Michael 484
Dunning, Stephen 534
Dunstan, J. Leslie 153, 155
Dupré, Louis 541
Dyrerud, Thor Arvid 550, 557
earnestness 89, 216, 225, 230, 281, 372–3, 380, 513
Edwards, Paul 506
Eichendorff, Joseph Freiherr von 94
Eleatics 133, 136
Eller, Vernard 159, 541
Ellis, Theresa 328, 341
Ellul, Jacques 323
Elrod, John 233, 236–7, 238, 534
Emmanuel, Steven 159, 539
emotions:
Greek philosophy 138–41
Stoicism 139–40
Empedocles 135n23
English language literature:
Auden, W. H. 574–6
Crichton Smith, Iain 581–2
early reception of Kierkegaard in572–4
influence on 570–2, 587–8
Kimmel, Haven 586–7
Lodge, David 584–6
Percy, Walker 576–8
Thomas, R. S. 583–4
Updike, John 578–80
Wright, Richard 580–1
Epictetus 130, 132, 135n23, 139–40
Epicurus 372
Erdmann, J. E. 172
Eriksen, Niels Nymann 104n9
eschatology 533
ethics 211, 230
alternatives to God as foundation of moral obligation 216–18
individual 216
reason 216–17
social agreement 217–18
criticism of Hegel's ethics 87–8
divine commands as foundation of moral obligation 219–23
aesthetic/ethical debate 312–14, 506–8
ethical as stage or sphere of existence211–13
first and second 76
in Greek philosophy 131, 132, 225–6
history of 283
love of neighbour 221–3, 267, 288–9, 305, 335–41
requirements for foundation of moral obligation 218–19
requirements of ethical life 212
significance of divine authority 214–15
source of the ‘ought’ 215–18
Trembling; Stages on Life's Way; moral philosophy
European literature 550–2
aesthetic receptions 552–6
biographical receptions 564–6
ethical receptions 556–9
influence on 550, 552, 566
reception as literary figure 550–2
religious receptions 559–63
translations of 551–2
evangelicalism 532
Evans, C. Stephen 130n1, 212, 246n21, 298, 472, 518n19, 542
existence 63, 70–1, 77–8, 280–1
interest in itself 78
inwardness of 72
irony 67, 68
selfhood 280
stages or spheres of 173, 211–12, 254, 312
existentialism 6
individual as ground of moral obligation 216
self 232
existentialist thought, and Greek philosophy 132, 133–4, 138, 225–6
Faedrelandet (The Fatherland) (newspaper) 125
Fahrenbach, Helmut 74
faith 224, 539
in the Christian life 304
and Greek philosophy 137–8
and history 284–5
inwardness of 320–1
and passion 318
as trust 246
feeling 103, 104
longing 104
Fénelon, François 176–7
Fenger, Henning 18–21, 96, 260
Fenves, Peter 478
Ferreira, M. Jamie 6, 305, 337, 342, 367n4, 452, 497, 505, 513n15, 523, 539, 540
Feuerbach, Ludwig 36
Fichte, I. H. (‘the younger’) 65n4
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb 62–4, 81, 88–9, 96, 102, 103, 107, 132, 173, 379
Figaro (journal) 51
Firchow, Peter 105, 106
Fish, Stanley 543
Fishburn, Janet Forsyth 157
Flynn, Thomas R. 132n10
folk tales, and Romanticism 96
Fontane, Theodor 556
forgiveness 423–4, 513–23
Frank, Manfred 101, 102, 103, 105–6
Frankfurt, Harry 504, 505, 511, 512n12, 522
Frankl, Victor 242
Frederick VI, King of Denmark 49
freedom:
communications 207
irony 356, 357
selfhood 238
theatre 205–6
French Revolution 29
Freud, Sigmund 522
Fried, Michael 556
Friedman, Rudolph 3
friendship, and Aristotle 144
Frisch, Max 557–9
Furtak, Rick Anthony 130n2, 135n21, 140n36, 144n45, 352
Gadamer, Hans-Georg 1
Garde, Annelise 20
Gardner, Sebastian 491
Garff, Joakim 3, 18, 21, 94, 256, 258, 365, 366, 404n4, 467, 471
Geismar, Eduard 531–2
Gellmann, Jerome I 6
genius 98, 107
Steffens on 31
genres, and variety of Kierkegaard's writing 198–201
change and changelessness 199–200
temporality 199 (p. 597)
German Idealism:
as background to Kierkegaard's thinking 62
Kierkegaard's critical debate with Hegel 64–8, 71–80, 84–6, 324
Hegelian dialectic 85–6
Kierkegaard's critical distance from 62
Fichte, J. G. 88–9
influence on Kierkegaard 62
inner and outer 71–2
Kierkegaards productive appropriation of 62, 68, 70, 71, 73, 78
Kierkegaards relations to 62–5
ambivalence of 62–3
Danish context 64
multiple nature of 64–5
scarcity of explicit references to 63–4
Schelling's lectures on ‘philosophy of revelation’ (1841–42) 68–71, 75–6 see also Fichte, Johann Gottlieb; Hegel, G. W. F.; Schelling, F. W. J. von
Gerrish, Brian A. 186
Gide, André 564
Giødwad, Jens Finsteen 23–4
Glahn, Henriette 38
Glenn, John 231n3, 235–6, 238
Gløersen, Kristian 556–7
God:
apprehension of 489
in Kierkegaard's theology 294–7, 535–8
Lévinas, Emmanuel 452–3
and love 329, 330, 332–3
Marion, Jean-Luc, on 453
in postmodernity 465
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 330–1
on providence 417–18
Golden Age of Denmark, see Denmark, Golden Age of
Goldschmidt, Meir Aron 14, 40, 253
Golomb, Jacob 5
Gonzáles, Darío 77n14, 441, 442
Görres, Joseph 175
Göschel, Karl Friedrich 366
Gottsched, Hermann 13
Gould, Josiah 140
Gouwens, David 138n31, 141, 158–9, 292, 505, 542–3
governance 408–11
Graße, Johann Georg Theodor 550
Greek philosophy 129
derision towards certain thinkers 132–3
doubt 136–7
emotions 138–41
ethics 131, 132, 225–6
existentialist thought 132, 133–4, 138, 225–6
faith 137–8
Greek conception of philosophy 130–2, 145
influence on literary style 135–6
love 141–4
role models 130
Scepticism 134, 136–7, 139
significance for Kierkegaard 129, 144–6
Stoicism 139
disagreements with 140–1
study of 129–30
Green, Ronald 214, 328, 341
Grenz, Stanley 532
Greve, Wilfried 74
Griswold, Charles 514, 516
Grøn, Arne 79, 265, 440, 441, 442, 457, 458, 534
Grube, G. M. A. 143n42
Grundtvig, Nikolai Frederick Severin 33, 38
on baptism 119
on concept of the Church 118
Kierkegaard's critique of 117–19
and Romanticism 96
guilt:
and anxiety 279
and forgiveness 516
Gyldendal (publishing house) 25
Gyllembourg, Carl Frederik 34
Gyllembourg, Thomasine 35
novel cycle 97
Two Ages 50
Kierkegaard's review of 99, 100
Habermas, Jürgen 233
Hacker, Peter 484
Hadot, Pierre 130, 132n10, 135n21, 138n31, 225 (p. 598)
Haecker, Theodor 3, 405–6, 541
Hall, Amy Laura 537
Hamann, Johann Georg 130
Hamilton, Andrew 45
on Bishop Mynster 54
on Østergade 52
Hamilton, William 530
Hannay, Alastair 131n5, 132n11, 134, 137n28, 138, 196, 231, 234, 236, 240, 241, 337, 387, 394, 406,
426
Hansen, Aage Laerke 253
Hanson, Jeffrey 440, 444
Hardenberg, Friedrich von (Novalis) 104
double-reflection 102–3
and Romanticism 95, 96
and sacred texts 107
Harris, H. S. 101
Hart, Kevin 446, 451
Hartshorne, M. Holmes 536–7
Hartung, Gerald 402
Hauch, Johannes Carsten 96
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich:
Aufhebung 316
ethical life 312
German language 393
historical particularity of ethical norms 312–13
on immortality 366
influence on Heiberg 34
Kierkegaard's critical debate with 65–8, 71–80, 84–6, 324
Hegelian phenomenology in Kierkegaard 441
The Sickness Unto Death 442–3
Works of Love 443–4
Plato 311
on religious faith 319
Schelling's criticism of 70
on science 319
on spirit 236
on tragedy 72–3
Heger, Christiane 37
Heiberg, Johan Ludvig (1791–1860) 64, 71, 101, 174, 375
on afterlife 366
and Christianity 34–5
criticism of Copenhagen 45–6
criticism of middle class 35
as cultural figure 260
family background of 34
Hegel's influence on 34
Kierkegaard's view of 261, 262, 263
marriage of 35
as promoter of Parisian style 49, 51
review of Kierkegaard's Either/Or 261–2
review of Kierkegaard's Repetition 262
theatre 49
Heiberg, Johan Ludvig (1854–1928),15–16
Heiberg, Johanne Luise 35, 260, 366
Heiberg, Peter Andreas (1758–1841) 34
Heiberg, Peter Andreas (1864–1926)3, 16–17
Heidegger, Martin 5, 63, 159, 246, 369, 421, 554
ambivalent attitude towards Kierkegaard 433, 448–50
and Christianity 428–9
and comparison of Nietzsche and Kierkegaard 406
on death 370, 431–2
early appropriation of Kierkegaard's thought 428–34
Being and Time 429–34
influence on interpretation of Kierkegaard 422
on Kierkegaard as religious writer 422
Kierkegaardian themes in later work 434–8
moment of vision 432
phenomenology and Kierkegaard 446–51, 457–8
philosophical task of 430
repetition 433–4
single thought of great thinkers 422
Heine, Heinrich 95
Heinesen, William 387
Hennigfeld, Jochem 82
Henry, Michel 454
Heraclitus 131–2, 193
Hertel, Hans 96
Heschel, Abraham Joshua 6
Heywood-Thomas, John 541
Himmelstrup, J. 16 (p. 599)
Hirsch, Emanuel 68, 387, 532
historical theology, see theology
history 273–90
critical importance of 274
ethics 283
faith 284–5
gaining a history 278–9
love 331
sin and sinfulness 278
Høffding, Harald 15, 537
Hofmannsthal, Hugo von 554
Hohlenberg, Johannes 3
Hölderlin, Johann Christian Friedrich 101
Holm, Anders 117n4
Holmer, Paul L. 541–2
Holst, Hans Peter 115
Holstein, Duchy of 29
Homer 191
Hong, Edna H. 392–3, 399
Hong, Howard V. 392–3, 399
Hong, Nathaniel J. 153
Horn, Robert Leslie 366
Howland, Jacob 134n17, 137n28, 145n46, 352
Hugo, Victor 96
Hugo of St Victor 177
Hühn, Lore 63, 68, 69, 70, 76, 85
Huizing, Klaas 565–6
humility 145, 146
Husserl, Edmund 444–6, 455
hylomorphism 234, 235, 236
Hyman, John 497
Hyppolite, Jean 421
Ibsen, A. 16, 18
Ibsen, Henrik 35, 386, 554, 556, 559
identity:
Christian identity 254
formation of 253–4
as Christian 265–70
context of conception of 260–3
in Fear and Trembling 264–5
individualization 253
narrative identity 254
in Repetition 263–4
socialization 253
narrative-based views of practical identity 506–13
self-formation, in Either/Or 255–9
ideology critique 309
in On the Concept of Irony 310–1
in Concluding Unscientific Postscript:
definition of 309
in Either/Or 311–14
in Fear and Trembling 317–18
hermeneutics of suspicion 309–10
in Practice in Christianity 325
sources of ideological thinking 323
academy 324
clergy 323–4
press 323
in Two Ages 321–4
immortality 320, 366, 374–8, 489
Incarnation, see Christianity
individual 63, 103, 269–70
and Christianity 119–20
as ground of moral obligation 216
Ingemann, B. S. 550
instant, the 85
intelligible action 508
irony 344–64 (passim)
centrality of 345
as characteristic of modernity 255
Concluding Unscientific Postscript 344
negative freedom 356, 357
negative function of 344, 362
not the truth, but the way 356–7
as rhetorical tool:
disparity between meaning and words 345–6
indirect communication 346
understanding of irony 345–52
in Romanticism:
authoring a self 358–60
On the Concept of Irony 357–8, 467
rejection of Romantic irony 467
Schlegel on 102, 106, 350–1
Socrates and 66–8, 311, 346, 352–7
use in writings 344, 346–7
difficulty in identifying 350
expression of the inexpressible 350–2
indirect communication 350 (p. 600)
playful negativity 347–8
Jacobi, Friedrich Heinrich 130
Jacobsen, Jens Peter 553
Jaegle, Dietmar 417
Jahanbegloo, Ramin 6
James, C. L. R. 580
James, William 208
Jameson, Frederic 465
Janiaud, Joël 451
Janicaud, Dominique 451, 456
Janke, Wolfgang 79, 83, 441
Japanese reception of Kierkegaard 6
Jaspers, Karl 63, 232n4, 405, 421, 429, 447
Jaspert, Bernd 159
Jegstrup, Elsebet 476
Jensen, Finn Gredal 11, 132n8, 151, 258n4
Jewish philosophy 5–6
Johnson, Luke Timothy 160
Johnson, Richard 231n3
Jor, Finn 564–5
Jordan, Mark D. 199n12
Josipovici, Gabriel 587–8
joy 57, 266, 305–6
Joyce, James 572
Kabell, Aage 14
Kafka, Franz 5, 554, 560–1, 581
Kahn, Charles H. 132n8
Kamla, Thomas A. 554
Kangas, David J. 88, 107n14
Kant, Immanuel 107, 130, 486
categorical imperative 217
love 336
metaphysics, critique of 487
reason 217
transcendental idealism 491
Kassner, Rudolf 5, 554
Keeley, Louise Carroll 367n4
Kempis, Thomas à 180, 181
Kenny, Anthony 484
Khan, Abrahim H. 505, 542
Kierkegaard, Michael Pedersen 150–1, 365
Kierkegaard, Peter Christian (brother) 11
appointed bishop 38
Kierkegaard's posthumous papers 11–12, 13, 406–7
marriages 38
and N. F. S. Grundtvig 117
relationship with brother 12
Kierkegaard, Søren:
on actuality 69, 70, 72, 76–8
on the aesthetic life 67, 88
and aesthetics 47, 48
on being an author 262–3, 270–2
childhood 2
church-going 54–6
death of 11, 126, 365
distinctive contribution to philosophy 422–8
epitaph 380
as expositor of Christian concepts540–3
family background 39–40
religion 150–1
funeral of 59, 126, 365–6
God-relationship 88, 107, 220, 221, 230, 245, 294–7
Golden Age of Denmark 28–43
historical study, critical attitude towards168–70
humility 146
the instant 85
Journals of 25–6
last will and testament 12
life-development 97
life-view 97, 98, 134, 140
misreadings of 4
as missionary 223
personality 1–2
factors affecting 2–3
and poetry 466
posthumous papers, brief history of 11–13
and psychiatry 7
and his secretaries 22–4
self-development 104
role of authorship in 270–2
self-posited by God 82
self-realization 81 (p. 601)
seriousness 89
single thought of 422
ways of reading 309
working processes 22–6
Kierkegaard, Søren, writings 1
‘At a Graveside’ 59, 281, 371–4
The Book on Adler 99, 141, 161, 214–15
Christian Discourses 56–7, 170, 275, 295, 376, 377
The Concept of Anxiety 75–7, 174, 230, 242–3, 276–8, 301, 375, 376, 427–8, 431
On the Concept of Irony 65–8, 173, 310–1, 344–8, 353–5, 357–8, 467
Concluding Unscientific Postscript 51, 66, 77–8, 118–20, 134, 152, 169–70, 213, 270, 280–1, 293, 297, 302, 319–20, 344, 367–71, 375–7, 426, 431
The Crisis and A Crisis in the Life of an Actress 49
De Omnibus Dubitum Est 168–9
Discourses at Communion on Fridays115–16
Eighteen Upbuilding Discourses274–6, 333
‘Faustian Letters’ 56
Fear and Trembling 74, 153–5, 213–14, 246, 264–5, 278, 314–8, 331–3, 476
From the Papers of One Still Living 260
‘Gilleleie Journal’ (1835) 56
Judge for Yourselves! 13
Kierkegaardian Papers: The Engagement, publication of 12
The Lily of the Field and the Bird Under Heaven 57, 417
A Literary Review 99, 124, 226–7, 321–4, 466
major Danish editions:
Af Søren Kierkegaard's Efterladte Papirer (1969–81) 13–15
Søren Kierkegaard's Papirer (1909–48, 1968–78) 16–21
Søren Kierkegaard's Samlede Vœrker (1901–6, 1920–36) 15–16
Søren Kierkegaard's Samlede Vœrker (1962–4) 19
Søren Kierkegaard's Skrifter (1997) 7, 21–2
The Moment (periodical) 25, 113, 125, 356
On My Work as an Author 24, 25, 26, 406
Philosophical Fragments 136, 152, 169, 175, 284, 297–8, 333–5, 426, 434
The Point of View for My Work as an Author 12, 223, 270, 271–2, 403–4, 406–11
Practice in Christianity 45, 120–3, 268–9, 284–5, 298–9, 325
Prefaces 474
Repetition 56, 174–5, 262–4, 425–6
For Self-Examination 155–8, 170
The Sickness Unto Death 25, 79–80, 83, 230, 233–8, 241–2, 245–7, 279–80, 301, 361–2, 442–3, 514–15
Stages on Life's Way 24, 60, 153, 212
‘The Difference between a Genius and an Apostle’ 107, 215
Two Ages see A Literary Review
Upbuilding Discourses in Various Spirits 56, 155, 303, 517–18
Writing Sampler 47
Kimmel, Haven 586–7
Kirkconnell, W. Glenn 151–2, 539
Kirmmse, Bruce H. 3, 12, 99, 151, 317, 347
Kisiel, Theodore 429n6, 433, 447, 448, 449, 450
Kjældgaard, Lasse Horne 367, 375
Klein, Louis 23
Kleinert, Markus 66n6, 68, 417
Kloeden, W. von 151
Knapp, Georg Christian 151
Koch, Karl Henrik 101
Kondrup, J. 253
Korsgaard, Christine 215, 217, 509
Kosch, Michelle 70n9, 96n2
Koskenniemi, Veikko Antero 551
Kotz, Menahem Mendel of 6
Kripke, Saul 484, 490
Krishek, Sharon 6, 333, 337, 534
Kuethe, John George 155 (p. 602)
Kuhr, Victor 16–17
Kütemeyer, Wilhelm 66n6
Kylliäinen, Janne 551
Lacoste, Jean-Yves 454
Laing, Ronald David 7
Lamarque, Peter 509
Lammers, Gustav Adolph 557, 559
Lange, Hans Ostenfeld 15–6
Larsen, K. Olesen 536
Lasker-Schüler, Else 554
Lauridsen, Helga Vang 260
Law, David 292, 298, 536
Laycock, Steven W. 446
Legitimation, crisis of 469
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim 118, 152
Lethbridge, J. B. 583
Levin, Israel 12, 23, 24
Lévinas, Emmanuel 5–6, 232, 336–7, 421, 452–3
liberalism, rise of 30
Lincoln, Ulrich 441, 443
Lindberg, J. C. 23
Lindström, Valter 540
Lippitt, John 352, 478, 487, 509, 511n11
Lisi, Leonardo F 561n5
literary criticism:
approaches to 97
critique of personality 99
Kierkegaard 97–100, 260–1
use of exemplary individuals 99–100
Llewelyn, John 108, 451
Locke, John 233n5
Lodge, David 584–6
logic, movement in 76–7
Løgstrup, Knud Ejler 537
Long, A. A. 132n10, 139n33, 140
longing 104
Loungina, Darya 551
love 328–9, 342
belief in 287
and change 286
Christian love 106, 227–8, 304–5, 337, 534, 540
in Either/Or 329–31
ethical obligations 215–16
expression of 221
in Fear and Trembling 331–3
Greek philosophy 141–4
Aristotle 144
Plato 141–2
Socrates 142–3
‘Love Will Hide a Multitude of Sins’ 333
marriage 330, 331
nature of 287
as only thing worth living for 328, 338
paradox of 329, 332, 334, 336–41
in Philosophical Fragments 333–5
relation of self and other 290
Schlegel 105–6
theology of 306
in Works of Love 335–41
Löwith, Karl 72, 405, 433, 448
Lowrie, Walter 2n1, 387, 388, 392, 394, 400, 536, 573
Lukács, Georg 6, 551, 554
Lund, Ane Sørensdatter 365
Lund, Henriette 12, 564
Lund, Henrik 11, 17, 26, 366
Lund, Johan Christian 13
Luno, Bianco 23, 25
Luther, Martin 175, 183, 303, 339, 516
Lyotard, Jean-Francois 317
Legitimation, crisis of 469
postmodernism 465
McCarthy, Vincent A. 440, 446
McCutcheon, Felicity 498
McDonald, William 103n8, 105, 106, 368n7
McDowell, John 485
McGrath, Alister 167, 168, 185
MacIntyre, Alasdair 4, 212, 215, 504, 506–9, 513, 523–4
Mackey, Louis 66n6, 130, 471, 472
McKinnon, Alastair 4, 161
McPherran, Mark L. 137n28, 145n46
Magurshak, Dan 427 (p. 603)
Malantschuk, Gregor 243n18, 538, 539
Malcolm, Norman 484, 486
Malik, Habib C. 551
Mann, Heinrich 554
Mann, Thomas 554
Marcel, Gabriel 232, 421, 562, 573
Marcus Aurelius 132, 139n34, 140n38
Marino, Gordon D. 369n8, 379n16, 507
Marion, Jean-Luc 453–4
Marks, Tamara Monet 374, 376
marriage 256
Martens, Paul 157, 505
Martensen, Hans Lassen 38, 64, 97, 114, 366, 537
career of 35–6
Kierkegaard's criticism of 125
as Kierkegaard's theological tutor 172
translation into English 5
Marx, Karl 309, 311–12
May, Rollo 7
Mead, George Herbert 233
Mehl, Peter J. 505n3, 507
Meillassoux, Quentin 479
Melville, Herman 193, 196, 197, 199, 200, 201
Mendelson, Edward 574
Mercer, David 539
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice 457
metanarratives:
modernity 317
postmodernism 465
metaphysics:
Kant's critique of 487
Kierkegaard's critique of 487
meaning of 486
Wittgenstein's critique of 487–8
Meyer, Michael 559
Meyer, Raphael 12
Milbank, John 478–80
Miles, Thomas 404
Milton, John 233n5
Minear, Paul S. 150, 153, 162
Mjaaland, Marius Timmann 366n1, 367n6, 451
modernity, and metanarratives 317
Möhler, Johann Adam 166
Møller, Poul Martin 129, 375, 376
on immortality 366
Romanticism 96
Monk, Ray 485
Mooney, Edward F 140n38, 191n1, 195n9, 196n11, 205n15, 208n18, 369, 370, 506
moral obligation:
alternatives to God as foundation of 216–18
individual 216
reason 216–17
social agreement 217–18
compelling reasons for action 219
divine commands as foundation of 219–23
motivations for action 219
objective nature of 218–19
requirements for foundation of 218–19
source of the ‘ought’ 215–18
universality of morality 219
moral philosophy 504–6, 523–4
connecting forgiveness and narrative unity 521–3
forgiveness 513–20
narrative-based views of practical identity 506–13 see also ethics
Morelli, Elizabeth 234
Morimoto, Paul S 150, 153, 162
Muench, Paul 131, 352, 367–8, 370n10
Muir, Edwin 581
Mulder, Jack 541
Mulhall, Stephen 416n15, 494–5
Müller, Julius 541
Müller, Mogens 151, 152
Münter, Friedrich 38
Münter, Maria Frederica Franzisca (‘Fanny’) 38
Murdoch, Iris 145, 504, 505, 506
Mylius, Johan de 256
Mynster, Jakob Peter 32–3, 36, 37
charismatic personality 54
Kierkegaard's criticism of 40, 114, 125, 268
view of church-going 54–5
Nagel, Thomas 486
Nagy, András 6, 552, 556
Napoleon I 29
narrative-based views of practical identity, 241, 243, 246, 506–13
nationalism, rise of 30 (p. 604)
nature 56–9
Neander 181
Nehamas, Alexander 130, 145, 353–4
neighbour, and duty to love 221–3, 267, 288–9, 305, 335–41
Nelson, Christopher A. P. 306
neo-evangelists 532
Newman, John Henry 575
Nicander, C. A. 59
Niebuhr, Reinhold 533, 573
Nielsen, Rasmus 12–13
Nietzsche, Friedrich 134n18, 232
The Antichrist 417
The Birth of Tragedy 404
Daybreak 415
Ecce Homo 404, 414–16
The Gay Science 411–13
Human all too Human 414
Thus Spoke Zarathustra 414
and Kierkegaard:
comparing with 404–6
knowledge of 405
on modernity 309
nihilism 405
providence 403, 411–17
self-portrayal of 415–16
nihilism 405
nihilistic devaluation 83
Norris, Christopher 467, 470
Nun, Katalin 100
Nussbaum, Martha 138n30, 139, 143n42, 144n45, 225, 506
Nygren, Anders 143
objectivity 319–20
Oehlenschläger, Adam 31–2, 33, 37–8
Romanticism 95, 96
Olesen, Tonny A. 69, 75
Olsen, Regine 2, 564–5; see also Schlegel, Regine
Olsen, Terkild 25
Olshausen, H. 151
O’Neill, Caroline Coleman 570
Ong, Yi-Ping 135n21
Origen 181
Ørsted, Anders Sandøe 38
Ørsted, Hans Christian 28, 31, 38
Østergade 51–2
Oubiña, Óscar Parcero 551
Overbeck, Franz 185
paganism 85–6
Paludan-Müller, Frederik 96
Paradiso-Michau, Michael R. 446, 451
paraphrase 204
Parmenides 136
Pätges, Johanne Luise, see Heiberg, Johanne Luise
Pattison, George 5, 68, 84, 96, 105, 106, 151, 155, 237, 243, 245, 246, 348, 432, 441, 445, 446, 454, 455–6, 467, 541, 544, 572
Paulus, Jr, M. J. 574
Pedersen, J. 158
Pelagius 173
Pelikan, Jaroslav 166, 167
Percy, Walker 576–8
Perseus (journal) 97
persona 106
personal identity theory 509
Pessoa, Fernando 554
Peterson, Elaine 155
phenomenology 233, 440–63
and God-relationship 440–1
Hegelian influences 441–4
Heidegger's hermeneutical phenomenology 446–51
ambivalent relation to Kierkegaard 448–50
commonalities with 457–8
theological objections 450–1
as universal phenomenological ontology 446–8
Husserl's transcendental phenomenology 444–6
semiotic phenomenology of the invisible 456–7
theological turn in French phenomenology 451–4
Philipsen, Philip Gerson 25
Phillips, D. Z. 484, 495–6, 497, 504n1, 541, 542
Pietism 175–6, 180
Pippin, Robert B. 411 (p. 605)
Plato 132, 133, 137n27, 191, 196n10, 208, 311
love 141–2
reflection 321
Plotinus 132
Plutarch 226
Podmore, Simon D. 305, 367n3, 367n5, 513n15
Pöggeler, Otto 430n7
Pojman, Louis 440
Polk, Timothy Houston 153, 154, 155, 162, 542–3
Pons, Jolita 151, 153, 154
Pontoppidan, Henrik 560
Poole, Roger 66n6, 387, 468, 480, 572
Possen, David 142n41, 352, 371
possibility, and actuality 73–4, 79, 423–4
postmodernism 6, 317, 464–5
beyond postmodernism 477–80
critiques of postmodern reading 465–8
conflation of postmodernism and deconstruction 469–70
Either/Or 466
deconstruction 471–7
legitimation, crisis of 469
meaning of 465
questionable value of term 464
repetition 473–4, 476, 477–9
poststructuralism 478–9
Pott, D. 151
press, Kierkegaard's critique of 323
Price, A. W. 144n45
primitivity 225, 265, 278
providence:
and autobiographical literature 403
existential-anthropological models 403
Goethe on 417–18
Kierkegaard 403
governance 408–11
in The Point of View 407–11
use by 416–17
Nietzsche 403, 411–17
Schopenhauer 412–13
science 402, 403
pseudonyms, and Kierkegaard's use of191–3, 224
authorial responsibility 195–7
and freedom 207
and genres 198–201
and identity 195–6, 197
and irony 348–50, 361–2
as key to interpretation 192
and multiple identities 193–4
objective and subjective communication 202–4
powerful presence of 194
primacy of texts 192
and Socratic subjective communication 204–25
and the sublime 194–5
theatre and freedom 205–6
psychiatry, and Kierkegaard 7
Purkarthofer, Richard 417
Purver, Judith 94
Putnam, Hilary 485, 499
Pyper, Hugh 157, 520, 542
Pyrrho 136
Quinn, Philip 510, 513, 523
Quist, Wenche Marit 448
Radzik, Linda 519–20
Rae, Murray 160, 298, 537
Rahbek, Karen Margrethe, ‘Kamma’ 34, 37
Rahbek, Knud Lyne 34
Rapic, Smail 74, 88
Rapp, George 177n5
Rasmussen, Joel D. S. 155
reason 226–7
moral obligation 216–17
reflection 100–1, 226
double-reflection 102–3, 107
meanings of 321–2
Plato 321
Rehm, Walther 407n7
Reitzel, C. A. 23, 25
repentance 283
repetition 422–7
The Concept of Anxiety 427–8
Concluding Unscientific Postscript 426
Heidegger 433–4
Philosophical Fragments 426, 434
postmodern reading of Kierkegaard473–4, 476, 477–9
Ricoeur, Paul 310, 378, 509
Rilke, Rainer Maria 553, 554, 564
Roberts, Robert C. 138, 139, 514n16, 542, 543–4
Rogers, Carl 7
Rohde, H. P. 82n16, 172n2
Rohde, Peter P. 19
Romanticism:
ambivalent attitude towards 94
appropriation of key concepts 104–5
authoring a self 358–60
boredom 83–4, 103
On the Concept of Irony 357–8
Danish Romanticism 95–7
fascination with Middle Ages mythology 96
inception of 96
explicit references in writings 95
feeling 103, 104
longing 104
indirect communication 106–7
irony 102
rejection of Romantic irony 467
literacy criticism 97–100
The Book on Adler 99
development of own ideas 100
review of Andersen's Only a Fiddler 97–9
self-criticism 99
Two Ages 99, 100
use of exemplary individuals 100
love 106
Middle Ages folk tales and mythology 96–7
reflection 100–1
double reflection 103, 107
role as poet 107
Romantic subjectivity 83
critique of 67
self-consciousness 103
subjective meaning 103–4
troubling nature of 358
Roos, Heinrich 541
Rorty, Richard 470, 485
Rosas, L. Joseph 153
Rose, Tim 298, 537
Rosenhoff, Claudius 59
Rosenkranz, Karl 64
Rosenmüller, Ernst 151
Rosenzweig, Franz 6
Rückert, L. J. 151
Rudd, Anthony 212, 374, 377n14, 467, 468, 469–70, 494, 496, 506, 507, 508, 510n10, 511
Ruhr, Mario von der 378
Russell, Bertrand 484
Ruysbroek, Jan van 181
Sæding (village) 52
Safranski, Rüdiger 404n4
Šajda, Peter 5
Sandel, Michael J. 233
Sartre, Jean Paul 212, 232, 421, 562, 573
importance of Kierkegaard 464
Kierkegaard's use of irony 349, 351
Scanlon, Michael J. 453
Scepticism 133, 134, 136–7, 139
Schack, Hans Egede 552–3
Scharling, C. E. 151
Schechtman, Marya 509n8, 512n13
Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph:
criticism of Hegel 70
Essay on Human Freedom 81, 82, 83
lectures on ‘philosophy of revelation’ (1841–42) 68–71, 75–6
love 105–6
negative philosophy 69, 73, 84
Philosophy and Religion 81
positive philosophy 69, 76, 84
possibility and actuality 69–70, 73–4, 78
principle of fundamental difference 72, 84
quid sit/quod sit distinction 69, 70
self posited by God 82
Treatise on Human Freedom 75
Schempf, Christoph 530
Schilling, Peter 575
Schlegel, August 97
Schlegel, Frederik 12
Schlegel, Friedrich 104n11, 358, 359
ancient and modern poetry 101–2
Brief über den Roman (Letter on the Novel) 105
concept of novel (Roman) 105
on the interesting 101, 102 (p. 607)
on irony 102, 106, 350–1
literacy criticism 97
characteristics 99–100
critique of personality 99
literary arabesque 105
on love 105–6
Lucinde 105, 106
Romanticism 94
On the Study of Greek Poetry 101–2
Schlegel, Regine (née Olsen) 12, 26; see also Olsen, Reginē
Schleiermacher, Friedrich 94, 95, 129, 528, 531
Confidential Letters on Lucinde 106
Schleswig, Duchy of 29–30
Schlette, Magnus 402
Schmidinger, Heinrich M. 88
Schmidt, Jochen 451
Schönbaumsfeld, Genia 485–6, 496
Schoolfield, George 564
Schopenhauer, Arthur 84, 404, 411, 412–13
Schrader, George 214n2
Schrag, Calvin 233n6, 440
Schreiber, Gerhard 417
Schrempf, Christoph 530
Schulz, Heiko 387, 405, 410n11, 442, 530, 541
Schwab, Philipp 63, 66, 68, 69, 78, 79, 107
Scopetea, Sophia 138n30
Scribe, Augustine Eugène 261
self-consciousness 102–3, 107
selfhood 239
self-deception 310, 323, 509–10
selfhood 230–2, 531
alterity 233
becoming ourselves 279–80
The Concept of Anxiety 242–3
dialogical selves 232
Either/Or 239–41, 242
existence 280
existential telos 238–44
existentialism 232
experience and choice 232
formation of identity 253–4, 260–70
intraspective dimension of individuality 232–3
irony 255
narrative-based views of practical identity 506–13
ontology of in The Sickness unto Death 233–8
freedom 238
self-thesis 234, 235–6, 237
spirit 236–8
religious sense 245–9, 360
Romanticism, authoring a self 358–60
self-consciousness 239
self-formation, in Either/Or 255–9
spirit as striving will 238–44
temporality 275, 276–7, 279
unique potential 245–6
will 239
self-realization 81
self-respect 516–18, 519
Seneca 225
seriousness, see earnestness
Sextus Empiricus 132, 136, 139n34
Shailer-Hanson, Kathryn 96
Shakespeare, Steven 478, 479, 544
Shakespeare, William 191, 194, 407n5
Sheehan, Thomas 429, 433, 447, 448, 449, 450
Sheil, Patrick 451
Sherman, Nancy 140n35
Shestov, Lev 5–6, 446
Sibbern, F. C. 96, 129
Romanticism 95–6
Simmons, J. Aaron 6, 451
Simonsen, Carl Ludvig 23
sin 278, 423, 425
anxiety 301–2
consciousness of 302, 303
definition of 302
despair 81, 302–3
forgiveness 303, 513–20
The Sickness Unto Death 302–3
sinfulness 278
theology of 81–3, 301–3
Sinclair, Isaak von 101
Sjösted, Nils åke 560
Sløk, Johannes 130n1, 269, 534
social agreement, and moral obligation217–18
Socrates 208
criticized by Kierkegaard 133
as exemplary figure for Kierkegaard 131, 137, 143–4, 352
faith 137
immortality 320
Kierkegaard's interpretation of 134, 357
On the Concept of Irony 66–8, 353–5
as negative character 352–5
love 142–3
significance for Kierkegaard 352
Socratic ignorance 310–1
Socratic irony 311, 346, 356–7
Socratic subjective communication 204–5
Söderquist, K. Brian 66, 94, 95, 133n14, 145n46
Solger, Karl 94
solidarity 233
Søltoft, Pia 367n4, 534
Sommer, Andreas Urs 416n14
Sophism 136
Sorabji, Richard 141n39
Sorainen, Kalle 18
Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre 21
Søren Kierkegaard Society (Denmark) 18
Sørensen, Villy 19
sorrow, and despair 287
Sparshott, Francis 134n19
Spener, Philip 531
spirit 236–8
as striving will 238–44
time 277
Sponheim, Paul 538
Stampa, Gaspara 564
statistics 58–9
Steere, Douglas 390
Steffens, Henrik 31, 38
inception of Danish Romanticism 96
Romanticism 95
Stegmaier, Werner 416n13
Stern, David 490
Stewart, Jon 4, 6, 64, 65n4, 66n6, 71, 72, 73, 77, 79, 95, 132n10, 171n1, 366, 427, 441, 504n1
Stoicism 133, 139
emotions 139–40
Kierkegaard's disagreements with 140–1
Stokes, Patrick 101n4, 237n12, 367n4, 369n8, 370n9, 373, 379n17, 505, 509
Stoljar, Margaret 98, 102, 104n10–11, 105, 107
Stolzenberg, Jürgen 88
Stoyanov, Ljudmil 551
Strathausen, Carsten 105
Strauss, David Friedrich 36, 366
Strawson, Galen 509
Strindberg, August 560–1
Strodtmann, Adolf 550–1
Struve, Wolfgang 405
subjectivity 319, 320, 442, 491, 499, 530
constitutive use in theology 531–5
Swammerdam, Jan 402
Swanton, Christine 504–5
Swenson, David F. 387, 392, 394, 536, 539, 573
Szwed, Antoni 551
Tauler, Johann 177
Taylor, Charles 208n18, 367, 504, 505, 506
Taylor, Mark C. 230–1, 440, 465, 475, 505, 534, 536
Tegner, Esaias 104
Teisen, Niels 531
teleology 477
Tennemann, W. G. 129
Tersteegen, Gerhard 177–8, 180
Tertullian 172–3, 175, 177, 179
Thales 133
theatre 49
theology 292–4, 528–30
dialectic of experience and revelation 538–40
historical theology 166–8, 183–6
Kierkegaard and history of 166–87
Kierkegaard as theologian 292–306 (passim), 528–46 (passim)
Kierkegaard's University studies of 171–3
subjectivity 530
constitutive use of 531–5
theology of love 306
upbuilding discourses 294 see also atonement; Bible; Christ; Christian life; forgiveness; sin
Theunissen, Michael 79, 80, 83, 85, 89, 395, 441
Thielst, Peter 96
Tholuck, Friedrich 151 (p. 609)
Thomas, R. S. 583–4
Thulstrup, Marie Mikulová 18, 19, 178
Thulstrup, Niels 16, 18–19, 66n6, 172
Tieck, Ludwig, and Romanticism 94–6
Tillich, Paul 159, 533, 573
time 86, 273–91
and concern 275
and courage 275
critical importance of 274
definition of 277
in Either/Or 277–8
and eternity 277, 287–8
and ethics 282–3
and existence 280–1
expectation 274–5
experiencing 274–6
the future 274–5
and anxiety 276
the moment 277, 280, 427
the past 275
patience 275–6
power of 286
the present 274
remembering 275
and selfhood 275, 276–7, 279
and spirit 277
Tivoli gardens 49–51
Tolstoy, Leo 369, 551
Töpfer-Stoyanova, Desislava 551
Torsting, Einar 16
tragedy 72–3, 424
Trakl, Georg 554
transition 76, 84, 85
translating Kierkegaard 385–401
diversity of styles and genres in his writings 387–8
‘edifying’/‘upbuilding’ 393
influence of translations 390–1
misleading translations 391–2
modernizing the text 386
multiple translations 398–400
correcting mistakes 398–9
Philosophical Fragments 392
preserving ambiguity 393–8
recapturing style 385
retaining rhythm 388–9, 390
sensitivity to context 399
translator's purpose 399–400
versions of Kierkegaard 387
Trendelenburg, Friedrich Adolf 65n4, 77n14, 132
truth 133, 320
Truth and Reconciliation Commission 514
Tudvad, Peter 3, 6, 53, 471
Tullberg, Steen 530
Turner, Jeffrey S. 507, 510
Tutu, Desmond 514
Unamuno, Miguel de 555–6
UNESCO conference on Kierkegaard 421
Updike, John 578–80
Usteri, L. 151
Van Buren, John 425n4, 429, 436
van Vloten, Johannes 551
Velleman, David 522–3
Verstrynge, Karl 451, 551
Vidal, Dolors Perarnau 551
Vienna, Congress of (1814–15) 29
virtues in Kierkegaard's thought 224–8, 513
centrality of 225 see also earnestness; forgiveness
Vlastos, Gregory 144n45
Wahl, Jean 421
Walsh, Sylvia 108, 213n1, 294, 299, 300, 301, 304, 305, 306, 337, 341, 467, 468, 469–70, 472, 474, 544
Watkin, Julia 97
Weber, Kirsten 260
Weber, Max 402
Weber, Ruth 555
Welz, Claudia 6, 440, 443, 446, 451, 452, 454, 456
Westfall, Joseph 193n5, 200
Weston, Michael 423
Westphal, Merold 6, 230, 309–19 (passim), 324, 370–1, 451, 452, 457
Wette, Wilhelm 151
Whitmire, Jr, John F. 410n10 (p. 610)
wholeheartedness 511–14, 522–3
Wild, John 137n27
will, and selfhood 239
Williams, Bernard 486, 506
Williams, Charles 574
Winch, Peter 484
Wittgenstein, Ludwig
Christianity 499–500
comparative studies of Kierkegaard and 492–6
conceptual confusions 494–5
dialectical nature of thinking 494
grammar of concepts 493–4
importance and influenceof 484–5
philosophy of religion 496–500
as post-Kantian philosopher 486
critique of metaphysics 486–8
primacy of practice 488–90
problem of philosophical communication 490–2
practical holism 489–90, 492
as reader of Kierkegaard 485–6
understanding concepts in context 493
Wood, David 6, 451
Wordsworth, William 2
Wright, Richard 580–1
Wyschogrod, Michael 233n6, 446
Yalom, Irvin 7
‘Young Germany’ 95
Zahavi, Dan 445, 455
Zerlang, Martin 50
Ziolkowski, Eric J. 1–2
Žižek, Slavoj 475