Kierkegaard's International Reception, 第 1 巻
Tome I covers the reception of Kierkegaard in Northern and Western Europe. The articles on Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland can be said to trace Kierkegaard's influence in its more or less native Nordic Protestant context. Since the authors in these countries (with the exception of Finland) were not dependent on translations or other intermediaries, this represents the earliest tradition of Kierkegaard reception. The early German translations of his works opened the door for the next phase of the reception which expanded beyond the borders of the Nordic countries. The articles in the section on Western Europe trace his influence in Great Britain, the Netherlands and Flanders, Germany and Austria, and France. All of these countries and linguistic groups have their own extensive tradition of Kierkegaard reception.
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aesthetic Alastair Hannay Albert Barthold Barth Berlin Bohlin C.A. Reitzel Cappelorn Christian Church Climacus Concept of Anxiety contemporary Copenhagen criticism cultural Danish Dansk Diary dissertation edition Either/Or Emanuel Hirsch essay ethical existence existential faith Fear and Trembling Forlag Frankfurt am Main Geismar Georg Brandes German Grundtvig Gyldendal Harald Hoffding Hegel Heiberg Heidegger Helsinki Henrik Hong human Ibid Ibsen Icelandic interest in Kierkegaard interpretation Irony Jaspers Joakim Garff Johannes journals Karl Karl Barth Kierkegaard reception Kierkegaard research Kierkegaard Studies Kierkegaard's thought Kierkegaard's writings Kierkegaardian later literary literature Logstrup Malik Martensen Munich Niels Thulstrup Nietzsche Norwegian Olesen Larsen Oslo Papirer paradox Paris Philosophical Fragments philosophy Princeton pseudonymous published Receiving Kierkegaard refers relation religion religious Reykjavik Rezeptionsgeschichtliche Sandberg Sartre Schrempf Schulz Skrifter Soren Kierkegaard Stockholm Studier theologians theology Theunissen thinker Tidehverv Tijdschrift Tonny Aagaard Olesen trans translation University of Iceland University Press Wim Scholtens Wittgenstein