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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2019.tde-04042019-131437
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Author
Full name
Gabriel Ferri Bichir
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Safatle, Vladimir Pinheiro (President)
Rosa Filho, Sílvio
Silva, Franklin Leopoldo e
Valls, Alvaro Luiz Montenegro
Title in Portuguese
Migalhas dialéticas: a experiência intelectual kierkegaardiana como (de)formação para o sofrimento
Keywords in Portuguese
Adorno
Dialética
Hegel
Kierkegaard
Abstract in Portuguese
Há muito discute-se o estatuto da dialética na filosofia kierkegaardiana: seria Kierkegaard um autor dialético? Qual sua relação com a dialética hegeliana? Tratar-se-ia de uma dialética existencial? Não há respostas simples para tais questões. Alguns dos comentários recentes que buscaram circunscrever esse problema ofereceram bons pontos de partida, mas nenhum foi capaz de colocar a questão em termos adequados, pois se aproximavam dela com uma série de pressupostos não tematizados. Nessa perspectiva, optamos por recuperar as reflexões de Theodor Adorno em sua Tese de Habilitação (Kierkegaard: A Construção do Estético) a fim de resgatar o potencial de uma análise dialética e recolocar o debate contemporâneo sob uma ótica mais apropriada. Partindo dessa problemática, configuraram-se como objetivos do presente trabalho: 1- Analisar as múltiplas facetas da dialética no conjunto da obra kierkegaardiana; 2- Avaliar criticamente as posições dos comentadores, sobretudo daqueles ligados à tradição anglo-saxã. Com isso, buscamos ressaltar a importância de uma leitura efetivamente dialética, que enfrente as contradições do autor em questão e leve-as às últimas consequências sem apelar para fechamentos arbitrários e para elementos exteriores ao seu objeto.
Title in English
Dialectical Crumbs: Kierkegaards intellectual experience as (de)formation unto suffering
Keywords in English
Adorno
Dialectics
Hegel
Kierkegaard
Abstract in English
Dialectics status in Kierkegaards philosophy has long been debated in secondary literature: is Kierkegaard a dialectical author? What is his connection to Hegelian dialectics? Is it plausible to talk about an existential dialectics? Such questions have no simple answer. Contemporary commentators who attempted to circumscribe this problem have offered good starting points, but none were able to frame it adequately due to a series of veiled presuppositions in their arguments. Hence, we opted to recover Theodor Adornos reflections on the subject which can be found in his postdoctoral thesis Kierkegaard: The Construction of the Esthetic in order to revaluate the importance of dialectical analysis and to reframe the recent debate in more adequate terms. With that scope in mind, the present investigation has as main objectives: 1- To examine the many facets of dialectics in Kierkegaards work; 2- To evaluate the work of commentators, mainly those who belong to the anglo-saxon tradition. Accordingly, we aim to highlight the importance of a dialectical reading which confronts the authors contradictions and takes them to their final conclusion, thus avoiding partaking in arbitrary closures and appealing to elements external to their object.
 
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2019-04-04
 
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