How do Kierkegaard’s critiques of the church land when being anti-Christendom has become the new bourgeois faith?
Far from creating the modern subjective psyche, Kierkegaard worked hard to undermine it.
Against the charge that Christianity neuters human excellence, Augustine has already provided an answer.
Was Nietzsche really a nihilist? Or was he seeking life, and life abundant?
Colin Redemer responds to a review of his chapter on Plato in “Reforming Classical Education”.
Hobbes Called Descartes Ancient. Descartes Agreed.
Is the proposal of “metamodernism” as novel as it seems?
To the surprise of many, Kierkegaard wrote (and preached) about the sacraments often.
The interpreter that undertakes to compare the works of Plato with the gospel must begin somewhere. Here I attempt to set out Plato’s view on gifts and divine dispensation, and would ask that you consider the two following texts:
When we conceive of finitude, we are often tempted to define this perplexing concept in opposition to infinity. Of course, because infinity is equally if not more perplexing, we find ourselves right back where we started.