Ironie et vérité: la relationne kierkegaardienne singulière au livre
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Kierkegaard analysed literary and editorial practices of his time in a way that helps us to have a better estimation of our own practices in this area. Here is an example: prevailing talks are self-centered and self-satisfied; by publishing his Prefaces, Nicolaus Notabene shows how these prevailing talks are vain and pointless. But he shows also how such an ironic writing dynamically leads the way to a personal decentration and to an intellectual sobriety able to unblock an empty space (but, this time, in the favourable sense of the word «empty») from which a decisively new relationship to the Whole-Other may be instituted. From this propaedeutic outlook, Socrates’ maieutic questioning remains the essential reference.
Kierkegaard, irony, truth, book, Socrates, maieutics
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