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Document Details :
Title: Kierkegaard Literature from 2005 to 2013
Subtitle: A Descriptive Bibliography. Part 2
Author(s): CRUYSBERGHS, Paul , TAELS, Johan , VERSTRYNGE, Karl
Journal: Tijdschrift voor Filosofie
Volume: 78 Issue: 2 Date: 2016
The ‘publish or perish’ climate in contemporary research and the still growing interest in Kierkegaard have together resulted in a huge number of publications. This initially compelled us to divide our review of the Kierkegaard literature covering the past ten years (2004-2013) into two parts. As the work progressed we discovered that two parts would not do. We have now ended up dividing the whole bibliography into three parts. The first part, dealing with the sections 1. Editions and Translations; 2. Resources, Computer and Internet; 3. Bibliographies; 4. Biographies and Handbooks; 5. Series and Journals; 6. Introductions and General Monographs, was published in Tijdschrift voor filosofie 77 (2015): 373-408. In this second part of our survey we deal with the sections 7. Thematic Studies (Philosophical and Religious-Theological) and 8. Studies about Separate Works. In a third part we will deal with Section 9. Kierkegaard in Confrontation. The harvest appeared to be that prolific. Still, our survey could not but remain selective, depending on the books available and choices to be made.