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La répétition : lecture et enjeux dans la pensée kierkegaardienne, constitution de la subjectivité

Abstract : Understanding oneself in the existence means understanding concretely the abstract : this is the task Kierkegaard appoints to the « subjective thinker ». Getting out of the complaint and reaching the truth about oneself implies setting one's being into a particular relationship with oneself. In this scope, Kierkegaard indicates various postures of live which are so many fragmentary answers the subject gives to these questions that urge him unknowingly, because it's not essentially the man who gives sens to existence but he is the one who is being questioned. What performs this questioning work in the Danish philosopher is this thought about repetition whose fertility is significant since it opens the field of contemporary philosophy in this point. This question of repetition in Kierkegaard's work is paradoxical : if is the place where the self gets certified and thus the subject becomes himself only thanks to the game of minute variations made possible by the religious movement of repetition-retake of oneself wich involves, in the depth of the being that fissures itself, the openness to the Other. In this motion, he cannot avoid the trial of anguish and despair
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Nelly Dessy. La répétition : lecture et enjeux dans la pensée kierkegaardienne, constitution de la subjectivité. Philosophie. Université de Lorraine, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016LORR0243⟩. ⟨tel-01495174⟩



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