Reason as the Leading Motive

Kierkegaard Said:

Posted by Jerry on January 9, 2006

"Subjectivity is reality; subjectivity is truth"

According to whom? This question necessarily arises from his statement. Subjectivity is reality. According to somebody, because reality is subjective, according to somebody, because truth is reality and reality is subjective, hence truth is subjective, though only for somebody, therefore truth could not be reality or subjective, subjectively for somebody.

🙂 Pearls of wisdom!


One Response to “Kierkegaard Said:”

  1. innommable said

    Kierkegaard was sad because he was sure there was a God. Isn’t that funny? Even in God, he could find no solace.

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