This investigation of Kierkegaard as a political thinker with regard to the Danish context, and to his place in the history of political thought, deals with the more direct discussion of politics in Kierkegaard, and the ways in which political ideas are embedded in his literary, aesthetic, ethical, philosophical ,and religious thought.
Barry Stocker teaches philosophy at Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, and is an Honorary Research Associate at the Department of Philosophy, University College London, UK. He is the author of Derrida on Deconstruction (2006), and is currently working on a book about liberty in Foucault.
1. Introduction 2. Tarquinius and Brutus: Political Fear and Trembling 3. Previous Perspectives on Kierkegaard and Politics 4. Kierkegaard and the Danish Political Community 5. Communities of Liberty 6. Ethical and Legal Community 7. Tragic Community 8. Political Irony 9. Conclusion Index
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