A Kierkegaardian Perspective
Chapter 2. Modern Concepts of Freedom
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MODERN CONCEPTS OF FREEDOM
Kant’s Critique of Reason as a Prologemena to Future Study of Human Freedom
The problem of God and freedom has always been in the fore of the history of philosophy, especially in the modern period. Anthropologically, the problem touches on the main crust of what it means to be human. For Kierkegaard, the meaning of life derives from our relation to the divine. And the moral objectivity of our experience is true in our relation to the transcendent. And our freedom is rooted in that context of our relation with and to the eternal.
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