from aesthetic self-becoming to identity

우연히 오늘 다른 맥락에서 눈에 들어온 몇 개념 등에 통하는 구석이 살짝 있어서
그것들을 적어 본다.
구체적 생각은 app Concepts에 작성하였는데 여기에는 키워드들만.

aesthetic self-becoming


visual identity (by Jean-Marie Floch)


existential risk

The Sickness unto Death (Sygdommen til Døden)
by Søren Kierkegaard in 1849 under the pseudonym “Anti-Climacus

theory of positive disintegration (TPD)

결국 identity에 관한 생각으로.

그건 그렇고

“Anti-Climacus” is one of the pseudonyms used by Søren Kierkegaard, a Danish philosopher and theologian. It is the pseudonym under which he wrote some of his most important religious works, including “The Sickness Unto Death” and “Practice in Christianity.”

The meaning of “Anti-Climacus” can be understood in contrast to another pseudonym Kierkegaard used, “Johannes Climacus.”

  • Johannes Climacus: This pseudonym is associated with a more objective and philosophical approach to Christianity. He often writes from the perspective of someone who is not a Christian but is exploring Christian ideas and concepts.
  • Anti-Climacus: This pseudonym represents a more subjective and passionate Christian voice. He writes as someone who is deeply committed to Christianity and is striving to live a life of faith.

The “Anti-” prefix in “Anti-Climacus” suggests a contrast or opposition to Climacus. While Climacus represents a more intellectual approach to Christianity, Anti-Climacus embodies a more lived and experienced faith.

Kierkegaard’s use of these pseudonyms allows him to explore different aspects of Christian faith and experience from various perspectives. Anti-Climacus, in particular, gives voice to the struggles and triumphs of the Christian life, providing a more personal and emotional perspective on religious faith.

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