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050 00 BL51|b.H463 2001 
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092    210|bH518R 
100 1  Henriksen, Jan-Olav. 
245 14 The reconstruction of religion :|bLessing, Kierkegaard, 
       and Niezsche /|cJan-Olav Henriksen. 
264  1 Grand Rapids, Mich. :|bWm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co.,|c[2001] 
264  4 |c©2001 
300    x, 208 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages201-206) and 
505 00 |t Three Writers Facing the Modern Challenges to Religion 
       -- |t Modernity: Religion as Construction -- |t 
       Anticipations of Postmodernism? -- |t Technical 
       Information and a Reflection on the Scope of This Study --
       |t Lessing: Conceptual Differentiation, Critique of 
       Tradition, and Acceptance of Plurality -- |t Setting the 
       Stage: Lessing's Historical Position and Contribution -- 
       |t Lessing's Aim -- |t Truth and Human Development--
       Anthropological Teleology -- |t Is There Religious Truth 
       without Secure Historical Truth? Toward a New Notion of 
       Natural Religion -- |t The Background for Human 
       Development in the Treatise on Education -- |t The 
       Relationship between Natural and Revealed Religion -- |t 
       On the Development of Religion and Religious Subjectivity 
       in Christianity and Its Background -- |t Plurality without
       Truth? -- |t Lessing's Mediate Position as a Critic and a 
       Mask Wearer -- |t Relativizing the Impact of Religion--
       Transforming the Subject: Nathan as a Final Gateway to 
       Lessing's Understanding of Religion -- |t Kierkegaard: 
       Irony and the Struggle for Authentic Appropriation of 
       Religion: Anticipations of Postmodern Attitudes, Insights,
       and Problems -- |t Kierkegaard's Dissertation on Irony 
       Read as a Prolegomenon to Postmodernism -- |t Socratic 
       Irony -- |t Romantic Irony and Christian Faith -- |t 
       Conclusion: As a Mastered Element, Irony Creates Reality -
       - |t Faith, Truth, and History--Kierkegaard's Answer to 
       Lessing -- |t The Religious Mode of Existence: 
       Subjectivity as Passion for Truth -- |t Faith Shapes the 
       Development of Subjectivity -- |t Decontextualized 
       Individuality -- |t Different Modes of Religious 
600 10 Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim,|d1729-1781|xReligion. 
600 10 Kierkegaard, Søren,|d1813-1855|xReligion. 
600 10 Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm,|d1844-1900|xReligion. 
650  0 Religion|xPhilosophy|xHistory. 
994    01|bSTJ 
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