>>75379 I never really managed to get past the first part where he basically just goes on about how amazing it was that Abraham was willing to sacrifice his son on the position of faith. My translation may have not been the best, so I found it hard to understand when he was being sarcastic or ironic--which he was apparently wont to do.
>>76216 Kierkegaard's position on morality is very different from the standard in Christianity. Kierkegaard thinks morality is wholly secular, like aesthetics. You have the aesthetic at the basest level (in other words, it is something you cannot transcend), then morality (where you can transcend the aesthetic and be able to act on moral values), then the religious (where you can transcend both the aesthetic and moral). Something can be moral, but not aesthetic. Similarly, something can be religious, but not moral. Kierkegaard might, for instance, if he were alive today, consider homosexuality to be moral, but irreligious.
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