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Verità-vita e scrittura-azione: le 'diverse posizioni del soggetto rispetto alla realtà' nella strategia comunicativa di Soren Kierkegaard

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journal RIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEO-SCOLASTICA
issue RIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEO-SCOLASTICA - 2013 - 3-4
title Verità-vita e scrittura-azione: le 'diverse posizioni del soggetto rispetto alla realtà' nella strategia comunicativa di Soren Kierkegaard
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publisher Vita e Pensiero
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online since 02-2014
issn 00356247 (print) | 18277926 (digital)
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The problem of "communication of the existence" crosses the whole literary production of Søren Kierkegaard through the twofold intersection of Truth/Life and Writing/Action. The duplicity of these poles reflects the contraposition between being and thought that Kierkegaard paradoxically tries to solve by showing their common origin in the being of the inner subjectivity. The famous motto "truth is subjectivity" means actually that the contrary of the truth is not "falsity" in a logical sense, but the "not being" in its meaning both theoretical (the not-being is not, and in this sense it is simply unthinkable), and practical, i.e., the not-being as absence of the balance in the Self (as relationship between infinite and finite, temporality and eternity, freedom and necessity). The movement described by Kierkegaard’s literary production from the aesthetical, through the philosophical, to the religious, shows in a way the different positions of subject towards actuality, whereas instead of Thought is more correct to speak about "subject" and instead of Objectivity "actuality" presents a metaphysical richness that the objectivity does not have.

Keywords: Actuality, Being, Communication, Hegel, Kierkegaard, Objectivity,
Possibility, Reality, Schelling, Subjectivity, Thought, Truth


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