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Adams, R. Kierkegaard’s Arguments Against Objective Reasoning in Religion.
Ake, S.E. Kierkegaard the Teacher.
Anderson, V.N. Can Kierkegaard Help Us Understand The Role Of The Law In Rom 7:7-12? Tools For A Kierkegaardian Reading Of Paul.
Angier. T.P.S. Either Kierkegaard/Or Nietzsche: Moral Philosophy in a New Key.
Askari, M.H. Ibn-e ‘Arabi and Kierkegaard (A Study in Method and Reasoning).
Barton, K. Saving Isaac: Nietzsche and Kierkegaard on Religion.
Battersby. C. Feminist Interpretations of Søren Kierkegaard.
Becker, S.W. The Epistemology of Sören Kierkegaard.
Bellinger, C.K. A Very Short Live of Kierkegaard.
Bellinger, C.K. Kierkegaard: Copernicus of the Spirit.
Bellinger, C.K. Kierkegaard’s Either/Or and the Parable of the Prodigal Son: Or Three Rival Versions of Three Rival Versions.
Bellinger, C.K. The Crowd is Untruth: a Comparison of Kierkegaard and Girard.
Bellinger, C.K. Toward a Kierkegaardian Understanding of Hitler, Stalin, and the Cold War.
Bellinger, C.K. Yoder’s Christ and Girard’s Culture: With Reference to Kierkegaard’s Transformation of the Self.
Bengson, J.T. Kierkegaard and Wittgenstein on the inner life.
Berdyaev, N.A. Lev Shestov and Kierkegaard.
Berthold, D. Live or Tell.
Bertman, M.A. Kierkegaard and/or philosophy.
Bigelow, P. Kierkegaard and the hermeneutical circle.
Billeskov, F.J. Sören Kierkegaard – Life and Work.
Borman, D.A. Betrayal in teaching: Persuasion in Kierkegaard, theory and performance.
Bostwick, E. Kierkegaard vs. Nietzsche: Discerning the Nature of True Christian Faith.
Canán, A.C. Kierkgaard’s amphibolous conjunction of joy and sorrow and his literary theory.
Cherkasova, E. The Heart’s Work: Duty to Love in Kierkegaard and Dostoevsky.
Colledge, R. Between Ultra-Essentialism and Post-Essentialism: Kierkegaard as Transitional and Contemporary.
Conway, D.W. “Seeing” is Believing: Narrative Visualization in Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling.
Craft, J.L. Kierkegaard’s illusion of Christendom and attack on Christendom: An ‘inner process’ stands in need of outward criteria.
Creegan, C.L. Wittgenstein and Kierkegaard: Religion, Individuality and Philosophical Method, 1989.
Creegan, C.L. Kierkegaard’s Relations with Postmodernism and Feminism. 1996 For Presentation to Conference on ‘Person’ in a ‘Postmodern’ Era, Wesleyan Center, Point Loma Nazarene College.
Creegan, C.L. Kierkegaard: Eithers and Ors.
Creegan, C.L. Words of Love.
Dalton, S. Kierkegaard’s Repetition as a Comedy in Two Acts. University of Hartford.
Darrow, R.A. Kierkegaard Kafka and the strength of “the absurd” in Abraham’s sacrifice of Isaac.
Depoe, J. Rejuvenating Apologetics in the Twenty-First Century: Taking Hints from Sören Kierkegaard.
Dobre, C.E. Making al Leap into Real-Love: Kierkegaard’s point of view about love.
Drucker, P.F. The Unfashionable Kierkegaard.
Dryfus, H.L. Kierkegaard on the Information Highway.
Eberts, J. Existential Human Existence.
Elrod, J.W. The self in Kierkegaards pseudonyms.
Ercolini, G.L. Burke Contra Kierkegaard: Kenneth Burke’s Dialectic via Reading Sören Kierkegaard.
Evans, J, E. & C.S. Kierkegaards Aesthete and Unamuno’s Niebla.
Fasel, O.A. Observations on Unamuno and Kierkegaard.
Ferreira, M.J. Kierkegaard and the Lover.
Ferreira. M.J. Other-Worldliness in Kierkegaard’s Works of Love.
Ferreira, M.J. The Point outside the world: Kierkegaard and Wittgenstein on Nonsense, Paradox and Religion.
Friedman, R.Z. Kant and Kierkegaard: the limits of reason and the cunning of faith.
Furtak, R.A. Wisdom in Love: Kierkegaard and the Ancient Quest for Emotional Integrity.
Garret, T. Sören Kierkegaard and the Supremacy of Faith.
Glowacka, D. Sacrificing the Text: the Philosopher/Poet at Mount Moriah.
Goicoechea, D. Heidegger – the Taoists – Kierkegaard.
Golomb, J Kierkegaard’s ironic ladder to authentic faith.
Grenholm, C. Response to Valérie Nicolet Anderson’s “Can Kierkegaard help us understand the role of the law in Rom 7:7-12? Tools for a Kierkegaardian reading of Paul”.
Grier, M. The Comically Infinite Man.
Grimsley, R. Kierkegaard and Descartes.
Gulick, W. Ron Hall’s Polanyian Kierkegaardian Critique of the Modern Age.
Hall, R.L. C. Stevens Evans, Kierkegaard: On Faith and the Self.
Hannay, A. Kierkegaard: the pathologist.
Hannay, A. Something on Hermeneutics and Communication in Kierkegaard After All.
Hannay, A. Solitary souls and infinite help: Kierkegaard and Wittgenstein.
Hannay, A. Two ways of coming back to reality: Kierkegaard and Lukacs.
Hansen & Hansen Kierkegaard’s Epilepsy: The Intriguing Secret of the Machinery.
Hay, S. Kierkegaard’s ‘Silent’ Voice.
Hisrich, M. Two Journeys to Mastered Irony: Aspects of the Heroic and Ironic in Kierkegaard and Bonhoeffer.
Hisrich, M. Kierkegaard, Friedrich, and the Romantic Pursuit of Artistic Re-interpretation.
Hisrich, M. Kierkegaard and Nineteenth Century Continental Theology.
Hisrich, M. Toward a New Theology of Liberation
Hoffman, K. Facing threats of earthly felicity. A reading of Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling.
Holmes, J.E. Capriccio.
Howel, T. The Impossibility of Faith: A Pseudo-Academic Introduction to Søren Kierkegaard.
Huntington, P. Loneliness and innocence: A Kierkegaardian reflectionon the paradox of self-realization.
Jandrup, S.K. The Master Thief, Alias S. Kierkegaard, and His Robbery of the Truth.
Jewell, C. Willed Faith and Belief: an essay on Kierkegaard.
Johnson, D. Kierkegaard’s Stages Toward Authentic Religious Experience And The Bodhisattva Path To Enlightenment.
Kangas, D. Kierkegaard, the Apophatic Theologian.
Katz, C.E. The Voice of God and the Face of the Other: Levinas, Kierkegaard, and Abraham.
Khashaba, D.R. Kierkegaard and Socrates.
Kierkegaard, S. Fear and Trembling. (the full book).
Kierkegaard, S. On the Dedication to “that Single Individual”1846. Translated by Bellinger, C.K.
Kierkegaard, S. The Banquet. (from Stages in Life’s Way).
Kierkegaard, S. The Rotation of crops: A Venture in a Theory of Social Prudence.
Kirkconnell, W.G. Earnestness or Estheticism: Post 9/11 Reflections on Kierkegaard’s Two Views of Death.
Kirmmse, B.H. Kierkegaard and 1848.
Kivelä, J. Kierkegaard’s Absolute Paradox Hume’s Miracle?
Kivelä, J. Kierkegaard on Miracles: Introducy Oberservations.
Kjaeldgaard, L.H. “The Peak on Which Abrahma Stands”: The Pregnant Moment of Sören Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling.
Koons, R.C. Faith, probability and infinite passion.
Kosch, M. Kierkegaard’s Ethicist: Fichte’s Role in Kierkegaard’s Construction of the Ethical Standpoint.
Kosch, M. ‘Despair’ in Kierkegaard’s Either/Or.
Kuethe, J.G. Kierkegaard, Poet of the Word.
Kwak, D.J. A New Formulation of the Ethical Self through Kierkegaard’s Notion of Subjectivity: In Search of a New Moral Education.
Lightbody, B. Kierkegaard on ‘Upbuilding’, Grace and “the God Whom Gives Every Good and Perfect Gift”.
Lippitt, J. Getting the Story Straight: Kierkegaard, MacIntyre and Some Problems with Narrative.
Lippitt, J. Illusion and satire in Kierkegaard’s Postscript.
Lippitt, J. Cracking the mirror: on Kierkegaard’s concerns about friendship.
Lippitt & Hutto Making sense of nonsense: Kierkegaard and Wittgenstein.
Lisi, L. F. Leonardo F. Lisi Kierkegaard, Ibsen and the Aesthetics of Indirect Communication.
Louis, P. Kierkegaard on faith and history.
Lübcke, P. Kierkegaard and indirect communication.
Maglo, D. Kierkegaard and Foulkes: The Advantages of Group Therapy in Treatment of Despair.
Makolkin, A. Russian, Stalinist and Soviet Re-Readings of Kierkegaard: Lev Shestov and Piama Gaidenko.
Malachi. Existential Wars: Kierkegaard versus Nietzsche.
Malesic, J. Illusion and offense in Philosophical Fragments:
Kierkegaard’s inversion of Feuerbach’s critique
of Christianity.
Manning, E. The Possibility of a World without Absolute Truth: Caputo and Kierkegaard on Faith and Religious Belief.
Marino, G. Leap of love: Kierkegaard on regard for enemies.
Marino, G. Kierkegaard in the Present Age.
Marshall, R.F. Kierkegaard’s Cure for Divorce.
Martel, R.A. Kierkegaard’s self-afferming moral philosophy and its relationship to Charles Taylor’s notions of relativism and authenticty.
Martinez, R. Figuring Kierkegaard’s Religious Individual.
Masaya, O. Christianity and Buddhism: Thoughts on the Possibility of a Dialogue.
Masugata, K. The text as ‘seduction’ by Kierkegaard.
Matustík, M.J. Kierkegaard as socio-political thinker and activist.
McDonald, W. Love in Kierkegaard’s Symposia.
McKinnon, A. Kierkegaard’s Remarks on Philosophy.
McPherson, I. Kierkegaard as an Educational Thinker: Communication Through and Across Ways of Being.
Memon, M.U. Askari’s “Ibn-e ‘Arabi and Kierkegaard”.
Michau, M.R. The Ethical and Religious Revelation of the Akedah.
Michau, M.R. Levinas and Kierkegaard: Judaism, Christianity, and an Ethics of Witnessing.
Michau, M.R. Suspensions in Kierkegaard and Husserl.
Miller, M.C. The Hipness Unto Death: Sören Kierkegaard and David Letterman-Ironic Apologists to Generation X.
Mohrfeld, J.C. Wittgenstein, Kierkegaard and the Unspeakable. 2005 Journal of Undergraduate Research.
Mooney, E. An Ethics of the Sublime.
Mooney, E. Death in CUP as Interpersonal.
Mooney, E. Who is the Kierkegaardian Author.
Mooney, E. Ferreira on SK.
Moore, S.H. Comments on Kierkegaard’s “Eternal Happiness, Subjectivity, and Truth”.
Morgan, M. Adorno’s Reception of Kierkegaard: 1929-1933.
Mouw, R. a.o. Provocations: spiritual writings of Kierkegaard.
Muench, P. Kierkegaard’s Socratic Task.
Mulder, J. Must al be saved? A Kierkegaardian response to theological universalism.
Murphy, D. Levinas and Kierkegaard on Divine Transcendence and Ethical Life: Response to Donald L. Turner and Ford Turrell’s “The Non-Existent God”.
Murphy, J.G. The Unhappy Immoralist.
Murray, A.R. Kierkegaard and the historians.
Naess, A. Kierkegaard and the values of education.
Naugle, D. Sören Kierkegaard’s interpretation of Mozart’s Opera Don Giovanni: An Appraisal and Theological Response.
Neuhaus, R.J. Kierkegaard for Grownups (2004), First Things 146: 27-33.
Nelson, C.A.P. Kierkegaard, mysticism, and jest: The story of little Ludvig.
Nelson, C.A.P. SylviaWalsh, Living Christianly: Kierkegaard’s Dialecticof Christian Existence.
Newmark, K. Secret Agents: After Kierkgaard’s Subject.
Nielsen, R.P. & Dufresne, R. Can Ethical Organizational Character Be Stimulated and Enabled?: ‘‘Upbuilding’’ Dialog As Crisis Management Method.
Nys, de M.J. Faith, self-transcendence, and reflection.
O’Leary, S. Sin, Despair, and the Other: The Works of Sören Kierkgaard.
Oliveira, N.F. Dialectic and Existence in Kierkegaard and Kant.
Otnes, P. Subculture, or the Sickness unto Death.
Palomo-Lamarca, A. Existential Knots: Laing’s Anti-psychiatry and Kierkegaard’s Existentialism.
Paradiso-Michau, M.R. Ethical alterity and asymmetrical reciprocity: A Levinasian reading of Works of Love.
Pattison, G. Kierkegaard, Religion and the Nineteenth-Century Crisis of Culture.
Pattison, G. Kierkegaard as Feuilleton Writer.
Picascia, R. The Struggles of Faith: A Defense of Kierkegaard.
Piety, M.G. Rot in the Ivory Tower.
Piety, M.G. Kierkegaard on religious knowledge.
Plekon, M. Prophetic criticism, incarnational optimism: on recovering the late Kierkegaard.
Pletsch, C. The Self-Sufficient Text in Nietzsche and Kierkegaard.
Pliny, N. The Predicament of Man in Zen Buddhism and Kierkegaard.
Pojman, L.P. Kierkegaard on faith and freedom.
Pojman, L.P. Kierkegaard on faith and history.
Prosser & Ward Kierkegaard’s “Mystery Of Unrighteousness” In The Information Age.
Prosser & Ward Kierkegaard and the internet: Existential reflections on education and community.
Pruss, A.R. Faith, Paradox, Reason and the Argumentum Spiritus Sancti in Climacus and Kierkegaard.
Raymond, J. Søren Kierkegaard: A Reactionist Philosophy.
Rempel, G. Sören Kierkegaard and Existentialism.
Roberts, K. Kierkegaard: The Mirror of the Word.
Rosenau, H. Self-Reflection and autobiography – Kierkegaard’s writings about himself.
Ruoff, J.E. Kierkegaard and Shakespeare.
Rumble, V. Kierkegaard and the Uncanny: A Cast of Sinners and Automatons.
Sabir, G. Kierkegaard and Iqbal.
Sagi, A. The existential meaning of the art of theatre in Kierkegaard’s philosophy.
Sarf, H. Reflections on Kierkegaards’s Socrates.
Sarkissian, R. Robert Sarkissian’s summary of Kierkegaard’s philosophy.
Satoshi, E. Kierkegaard’s media critic in the age of reflection.
Satoshi, E. What makes Johannes de Silentio sleepless? — An universal prescriptivist reading of Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling.
Schrader, G. Kant and Kierkegaard on Duty and Inclination.
Schuler, J. Kierkegaard at Babette’s Feast: The Return to the Finite. 1997 Journal of Religion and Film. Vol. 1, no 2.
Scopetea, S. Kierkegaard the Greek.
Scott, A. Kierkegaard’s Conlcuding Unscientific Postscript.
Seidel, G.J. Musing with Kierkegaard: Heidegger’s Besinnung.
Senyshyn, Y. The Crisis: A Practical Realization of Kierkegaard’s Aesthetic Philosophy.
Shakespeare, S. Kierkegaard, Language and the Reality of God.
Sipe, D. Kierkegaard and Feminism: A Paradoxical Friendship. Department of Philosophy, Villanova University (edited by Edward Pettit).
Sjursen, H.P Hannah Arendt on Kierkegaard.
Smith, G.M. Kierkegaard from the point of view of the political.
Smith, J.R. Human insufficiency in Shinran and Kierkegaard. 1996 Asian Philosophy. Vol 6 (2) p 117-128.
Sommerville, S. The Pageant of Philosophy: Sören Kierkegaard.
Spivak, L. An Application of Kierkegaard’s Philosophy of Freedom to Psychotherapy and Philosophical Counseling.
Stack, G.J. Aristotle and Kierkegaard’s Existential Ethics.
Stafford, A.M. Kant and Kierkegaard: the Subjectivization of Faith.
Stewart, J. Kierkegaard’s relations to Hegel reconsidered.
Stokes, P. Kierkegaard’s Mirrors: The Immediacy of Moral Vision.
Stokes, P. Kierkegaardian vision and the concrete other.
Swenson, D.F. Sören Kierkegaard: The Absolute Paradox.
Thompson, A. Desiring Repetition: Sören Kierkegaard’s Metaphor of the Theater in dialogue with Contemporary Worship Leadership Models.
Tietjen, M.A. Doubts about Doubting: Kierkegaard’s Response to Skepticism in Works of Love.
Walsh, S. The Subjective thinker as artist.
Walsh, S. Kierkegaard the Poet.
Watkin, J. Kierkegaard’s view of death.
Watts, D. The Paradox of Beginning: Hegel, Kierkegaard and Philosophical Inquiry.
Weis, G. Reading/writing between the lines.
Wennemann, D.J. The Role of Love in the Thought of Kant and Kierkegaard.
Westphal, M. Commanded Love and Moral Autonomy.
Wetzel, J. The Shrewdness of Abraham: Violence and Sexual Difference in a Paradigm of Monotheistic Faith.
Whittaker, J.H. Kierkegaard on names, concepts, and proofs for God’s existence.
Whittaker, J.H. Kierkegaard on the concept of authority
Williams, F. A Problem in Values: The Faustian Motivation in Kierkegaard and Goethe.
Williams, M. Kant and Kierkegaard on Faith: In Service to Morality and a Leap for the Absurd.
Authors unknown Kierkegaard and Wittgenstein.
Kierkegaard and Faith.
Kierkegaard & Nietzsche: Two Different Passions.
Kierkegaard’s Socratic Point of View.
Kierkegaard’s Life
Sickness Unto Death.
The Concept of Dread.
The Essential Kierkegaard.
The Sören Kierkegaards Research Centre.
Works of Love.
Comments and Questions on Kierkegaard’s views regarding truth and faith.
Morpheus and the Leap of Faith.
A few words about Kierkegaard and the Kierkegaardian method.