Despair or the loss of selfhood in Kierkegaard’s Sickness unto Death
[La desesperacion o el extravio del si mismo en La Enfermedad Mortal de Kierkegaard]
Gabriel Leiva Rubio – Andrea Leskova – Alexey I. Prokopyev – Dmitriy V. Miroshkin – Elena V. Kamneva
The present text sets out to determine the relationships between the concepts of despair and selfhood in Søren Kierkegaard's Sikness unto Death. For this, a hermeneutic, as exhaustive as possible, is applied to the discernment of the concept itself, to later relate it to what the Danish calls despair. After clarifying the relationship between both concepts, examples of the desperate Kierkegaardian man abound in order to verify the irremediable discordance between the constituent elements of the self-given, his unresolved relationship with God.
Key words: Fortvivlelse, reflection, duplicity, spirit, negation, God
Pages: 63 - 77