K POJMU VOĽBY SEBA SAMÉHO V KIERKEGAARDOVOM DIELE BUĎ – ALEBO
On Kierkegaard’s concept of self-choice in his either/or
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The paper offers an interpretation of Kierkegaard’s original concept of self-choice, which is as a key ethical category in his book Either-Or. The main intention is to shed light on some basic aspects of self-choice, such as the three constitutive parts of choice (freedom, principle of contradiction, and passion) and the two movements in choice (isolation, continuity). The last part of the paper focuses on the issues of criterionlessness and irrationality of choice.
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