The moment and late writings / by Søren Kierkegaard ; edited and translated with introduction and notes by Howard V. Hong and Edna H. Hong.Material type: TextSeries: Kierkegaarde's writings ; 23Publication details: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1998. ISBN: 0691032262Uniform titles: Fædrelandet. Subject(s): Mynster, Jakob Peter, 1775-1854 | Danske folkekirke -- Controversial literature | Christianity and culture -- Controversial literature | Lutheran Church -- Controversial literature -- Denmark | Christianity and culture -- History -- 19th century -- Denmark | Denmark -- Church history -- 19th centuryDDC classification: 270.81 LOC classification: BR115.C8
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
The Moment and Late Writings -- Newspaper Articles 1854-1855 -- I. Was Bishop Mynster a "Truth-Witness," One of "the Authentic Truth-Witnesses" - Is This the Truth? -- II. There the Matter Rests! -- III. A Challenge to Me from Pastor Paludan-Muller -- IV. The Point at Issue with Bishop Martensen, as Christianly Decisive for the, Christianly Viewed, Dubious Previously Established Ecclesiastical Order -- V. Two New Truth-Witnesses -- VI. At Bishop Mynster's Death -- VII. Is This Christian Worship or Is It Making a Fool of God? -- VIII. What Must Be Done - It Will Happen either through Me or through Someone Else -- IX. The Religious Situation -- X. A Thesis - Just One Single One -- XI. "Salt"; Because "Christendom" Is: the Decay of Christianity; "a Christian World" Is: a Falling Away from Christianity -- XII. What Do I Want? -- XIII. On the Occasion of an Anonymous Proposal to Me in No. 79 of This Newspaper -- XIV. Would It Be Best Now to "Stop Ringing the Alarm"? -- XV. Christianity with a Royal Certificate and Christianity without a Royal Certificate -- XVI. What Cruel Punishment! -- XVII. A Result -- XVIII. A Monologue -- XIX. Concerning a Fatuous Pompousness in Regard to Me and the Conception of Christianity to Which I Am Calling Attention -- XX. For the New Edition of Practice in Christianity. This Must Be Said; So Let It Be Said -- XXI. That Bishop Martensen's Silence Is (1) Christianly Indefensible; (2) Ludicrous; (3) Obtuse-Sagacious; (4) in More Than One Regard Contemptible. The Moment, 1-2. What Christ Judges of Official Christianity. The Moment, 3-7. The Changelessness of God. The Moment, 8-9. Appendix. The Moment, 10 -- Background Material Pertaining to Faedrelandet [Newspaper] Articles -- Original Front Page of Faedrelandet, December 18, 1854, and Original Title Pages of This Must Be Said; So Let It Be Said; The Moment, No. 1; What Christ Judges of Official Christianity; The Changelessness of God -- Selected Entries from Kierkegaard's Journals and Papers Pertaining to the Articles and The Moment and Late Writings -- Collation of Faedrelandet [Newspaper] Articles, The Moment, and Late Writings in the Danish Editions of Kierkegaard's Collected Works.
For Kierkegaard, poet of ideality and practitioner of the indirect method, ideality was a corrective and had a polemical side that was apparent in direct critiques in four episodes: the early criticism of Hans Christian Andersen in From the Papers of One Still Living; the Corsair affair with Meir Goldschmidt on destructive anonymous journalism; the exchange with Andreas G. Rudelbach on the politicizing reformation of the Church; and the "attack on Christendom" against the established ecclesiastical order and the formalism of culture-accommodated Christianity, the subject of the present volume.