Abrahamin ironia, allegoria ja kirjallisuuden alkuperä

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Räsänen , P 2010 , ' Abrahamin ironia, allegoria ja kirjallisuuden alkuperä : Kierkegaardin Pelko ja vavistus , Derridan Donner la mort ' Tiede & edistys , Vuosikerta 2010 , Nro 1 , Sivut 47-64 .

Title: Abrahamin ironia, allegoria ja kirjallisuuden alkuperä;
Kierkegaardin Pelko ja vavistus, Derridan Donner la mort
Author: Räsänen, Pajari
Contributor: Helsingin yliopisto, FHKT 2010-2017
Belongs to series: Tiede & edistys
ISSN: 0356-3677
Abstract: Irony implies the individual’s incommensurabi­lity with reality,” writes Kierkegaard, while some twenty-odd pages earlier he has stated that the love of God ”is incommensurable with the whole of reality.” To point out such a parallel between incommensurabilities is, I hope, not just an ”infernal or diabolical” way of reading Fear and Trembling, since the irony of Abraham is indeed bound with a double bind: the world and its ethical demands on the one hand, and on the other, God’s love demanding a leap of faith, a leap beyond ethics. Literature has its origin in this breath-taking situation, an experience of infinite responsibility manifested in a form of irresponsibility.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/35127
Date: 2010
Subject: 611 Filosofia
6122 Kirjallisuuden tutkimus

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