Kierkegaard's concept of irony

Gülsoy, Aliye


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The primary purpose of this study is to read Hegel and Kierkegaard together by focusing on the relation of the themes of truth, selfhood and authorship. Starting with the exposition of Kierkegaard’s idea of “truth as subjectivity,” I will show how his understanding of truth is revealed throughout the journey of becoming a true self. Later, I will inquire Hegel’s understanding of truth by addressing a Kierkegaardian question regarding the place of selfhood in the search of truth. This question will direct me...
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Citation Formats
A. Gülsoy, “Kierkegaard’s concept of irony,” Middle East Technical University, 1995.