Hi Craig, You've been busy recording! I thought this title sounded familiar, and upon checking, found that you had recorded a 5-minute synopsis of Swenson's long paper for volume 39 of the SNF in 2015. Now we have Swenson's article complete, but also two selections with the same title. Could we perhaps vary this title a little? Perhaps call it "Kierkegaard's Anti-Intellectualism." ...or, taking a cue from Swenson, page 568, where Swenson writes "Kierkegaard calls himself a subjective thinker. His meaning may perhaps be conveyed, in one of its aspects, by calling him also an artist-thinker,"--one might derive either of these titles: "Kierkegaard as Subjective Thinker" or "Kierkegaard as Poet-Thinker." Or, of course, we can also just catalog this as "The Anti-Intellectualism of Kierkegaard #2. Let me know what you'd like to do.soupy wrote: ↑August 2nd, 2020, 3:11 pmHere is one from me
The Anti-Intellectualism of Kierkegaard by David F Swenson
I'll try to PL this tomorrow.