From singularity to universality and back
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The following article deals with the existential dialectic between singularity and universality in Kierkegaard’s philosophy of religion. It critically engages John Caputo’s and John Milbank’s readings of Kierkegaard as a philosopher of universal religiosity and of Christian singularity, respectively. From a more constructive point of view, this study additionally articulates a possible interpretation of Kierkegaard’s Christianity along the lines of hiddenness, interiority, and universal relevance.
Keywords: Subjectivity, Universality, Religion, John Milbank, John Caputo
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