“The Art in All Communication”

@inproceedings{Verstrynge2006TheAI,
  title={“The Art in All Communication”},
  author={Karl Verstrynge},
  year={2006}
}
Although Kierkegaard did not consider the book reviews he wrote to be a part of what he called his “whole authorship,” his activities as a critic nevertheless prove to have intrinsic value. Especially in his pseudonymous and unpublished review, The Book on Adler (1846), he develops a view of authorship that not only underlies From the Papers of One Still Living (1838) and Two Ages (1845), but also connects with crucial themes in the authorship as such. In this paper I intend to examine the… CONTINUE READING

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