By Søren Kierkegaard
The ultimate quantity of Princeton's Kierkegaard's Writings sequence, the Cumulative Index offers wide-ranging navigation to the previous twenty-five volumes. Composed of over 90,000 entries, the Cumulative Index deals entry to Kierkegaard's advanced authorship and the intense variety of topics he addressed in his writing. masking the series' ancient introductions, basic works, supplementary fabric (journal entries), and footnotes, the Cumulative Index presents a complete entryway to greater than 11,000 pages of textual content. Readers may be able to survey through prolonged entries Kierkegaard's twin authorship, pseudonymous and signed; his various biblical allusions; his references to Christianity, God, and love; and his common use of analogies.
A cumulative collation of the huge supplementary fabric is usually incorporated, giving researchers and avid readers the chance to cross-reference Kierkegaard's Writings along with his journals and papers released somewhere else in either English and Danish.
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2:141, XV:391, XVII:265, 280, 298-99, 399, XVIII:184-88, XIX:89, 100, 159, XX:xiii, 183, 275, XXI:147; Christ and, XVI: 112; comfort of, XVIII:123, 15860, 187; dialectic of, XVIII:209; and dogmatics, XVIII:222; dying in your place, XVIII:252; God and, XVI:336; of guilt of crucifixion itself, XVIII:64, 210, 221, 247; M. Luther on, XVI:406-07; mystery of, XVIII:SB, 222; and repetition, VI:313; retroactive power of, XVIII:64, 73; in Sickness unto Death, XVI:xiii. See also Forsoning; reconciliation atonement: in speculative sense, VIII:1(}-11, 195, 225.
1:610. See also Kierkegaard, P. 1:477, :XXV:465, 469 Barabbas, XX:176, 178, 330 barber(s), V1:139, V11:96-97, 106, IX:174, XIV:23, XXIV:7; Biberak, IX:150; LUtzov, IX:82-83; Plutarch's in "Nidas," IX:174-75; talkative, IX:103-04 Ba::ren, XI:578 Ba::rentzen, E. , :XXV:102 28 I. General Index Barere de Vieuzac, Bertrand, XIII: 283 Barfod, Hans Peter, I:xxxi, II:xviii, VI:387, XIII:xxxv, 278, XXV: 465; and Kierkegaard, 1:200; and Ostermann, I:200-201, 242; Af Seren Kierkegaards efter/adte Papirer (with Hermann Gottsched), I: xxxi, 235, 280, XI:713, XX:397 Barfod, Poul Frederik, IX:150, 196 Barfoed, Christen Thomsen, XXV: 237 bargain, VI:S, 80 barley: and Martensen, XXIII:353, 546,643 Barth, S0ren Christian, XIII:218 Bartholo, XXIII:567 Basedow,Johan Bernard, VIII:231 bashfulness, III:58, 76, 93, 339, 428-29, IV:67, VIII:68-72, XIV:62-63.
1:312; view ofSocrates, II:228-30, 235; on virtue, I. 2:182, XXII: 316, XXIII:641 21 Aristoxenus: Historical Gleanings, IV:495 Ark, XIII:271 Ark of the Covenant, V:267 Arlaud, Oscar: Bevingede Ord, XXI: 273 armed neutrality, I:216; idea of, XXII:136-41, 320; as Kierkegaard's position, XXII:129, 183, 299 Arndt, Johann: Die deutsche Theologie mit einer Vorrede von Dr. M. Luther und]ohann Arnd, V:511; Fire BBger om den sande Christendom, XI:710, XV:409; Siimtliche geistreiche BUcher vom wahren Christenthum, V:529, XI:710, XXIV:379; True Christianity: A Treatise on Sincere Repentance, True Faith, The Holy Walk cif the True Christian, etc .