Tag Archives: Søren Kierkegaard

Lee Braver on Kierkegaard and Transgressive Realism

Here are some blog-adapted scraps I’ve decided not to use for a paper, but seem to me to be nonetheless worth saving. They also touch on some of the issues I’ve been gesturing toward in Hart and Zuidervaart in previous … Continue reading

Posted in Epistemology, Existentialism, Fear and Trembling, G. W. F. Hegel, German Idealism, Immanuel Kant, Johannes de Silentio, Lee Braver, Realism and Anti-Realism, Søren Kierkegaard | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

The Practice of Philosophy and Modes of Knowing: Hart’s Rejoinder to Zuidervaart?

Yesterday, I presented a post wherein I briefly examined Lambert Zuidervaart’s criticism of Hendrik Hart’s conclusions about God in his 1984 book Understanding Our World. Zuidervaart suggests Hart is beholden a Kantian phenomenal/noumenal problem, which restricts God from our conceptualizing, … Continue reading

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Richard Rorty’s Anti-Philosophy

This fall, I’ve been reading After Philosophy: End or Transformation? It’s an excellent anthology, collecting seminal essays from both analytic and continental circles, which explores the crisis of philosophy happening in the discipline irrespective of stylistic or geographical allegiances. I’ve … Continue reading

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Excursions with Edward F. Mooney Pt. III

Excursions with Edward F. Mooney Part III: Whirling, Living, Dancing This post is part of an ongoing series. Part I. Part II.  Dean Dettloff: You covered a lot of ground in your previous answer, Ed, anticipating a few other questions … Continue reading

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Excursions with Edward F. Mooney Pt. II

Excursions with Edward F. Mooney Part II: Intimacy-Therapy, Education, Sensibilities This post is part of an ongoing series. Part I. Part III. Dean Dettloff: Wow. I feel as though you’re already performing this kind of intimacy-therapy on me in this … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Edward F. Mooney, Henry Bugbee, Philosophy, Professional Philosophy, Psychology, Søren Kierkegaard, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Excursions with Edward F. Mooney Pt. I

Excursions with Edward F. Mooney Part I: Style, Lyricism, and Lost Intimacy This post is part of an ongoing series. Part II. Part III. Here is the first part of my interview with Ed Mooney. I first encountered Ed’s work … Continue reading

Posted in Analytic Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Edward F. Mooney, Philosophy, Poetry, Professional Philosophy, Søren Kierkegaard, Suffering, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Upcoming Interview with Ed Mooney

I am very pleased to announce that I will soon be posting an interview with Edward F. Mooney. Ed is an incredible scholar of Kierkegaard, Thoreau, and Bugbee, among other figures and things. I have found him inspiring in my … Continue reading

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