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Citation Information for “Søren Kierkegaard, ‘Truth as Subjectivity’”

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”When Socrates believed that there was a God, he held fast to the objectivity uncertainty with the whole passion of his inwardness, and it is precisely in this contradiction and in this risk, that faith is rooted. Not it is otherwise. Instead of the objective uncertainty, there is here a certainty, namely, that objectivity it is absurd; and this absurdity, held fast in the passion of inwardness, is faith.” Søren Kierkegaard, Concluding Unscientific Postscript, trans. David F. Swenson and Walter Lowrie (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1941), 188.

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