キルケゴールの国際的な受容:南欧、中欧と東欧<br>Kierkegaard's International Reception : Southern, Central and Eastern Europe (Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception and Resources) 〈8〉

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キルケゴールの国際的な受容:南欧、中欧と東欧
Kierkegaard's International Reception : Southern, Central and Eastern Europe (Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception and Resources) 〈8〉

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基本説明

Tome II covers the reception of Kierkegaard in Southern, Central and Eastern Europe. The first set of articles, under the rubric 'Southern Europe', covers Portugal, Spain, and Italy. The next rubric covers the rather heterogeneous group of countries designated here as 'Central Europe': Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. Finally, the Orthodox countries of 'Eastern Europe' are represented with articles on Russia, Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenegro, Macedonia, and Romania.

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Although Kierkegaard's reception was initially more or less limited to Scandinavia, it has for a long time now been a highly international affair. As his writings were translated into different languages his reputation spread, and he became read more and more by people increasingly distant from his native Denmark. While in Scandinavia, the attack on the Church in the last years of his life became something of a cause celebre, later, many different aspects of his work became the object of serious scholarly investigation well beyond the original northern borders. As his reputation grew, he was co-opted by a number of different philosophical and religious movements in different contexts throughout the world. The three tomes of this volume attempt to record the history of this reception according to national and linguistic categories. Tome II covers the reception of Kierkegaard in Southern, Central and Eastern Europe. The first set of articles, under the rubric 'Southern Europe', covers Portugal, Spain and Italy. A number of common features were shared in these countries' reception of Kierkegaard, including a Catholic cultural context and a debt to the French reception. The next rubric covers the rather heterogeneous group of countries designated here as 'Central Europe': Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. These countries are loosely bound in a cultural sense by their former affiliation with the Habsburg Empire and in a religious sense by their shared Catholicism. Finally, the Orthodox countries of 'Eastern Europe' are represented with articles on Russia, Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenegro, Macedonia and Romania.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors                               vii
List of Abbreviations ix
PART I SOUTHERN EUROPE
Portugal: Discontinuity and Repetition
Elisabete M. de Sousa 1
Spain: The Old and New Kierkegaard Reception
in Spain
Dolors Perarnau Vidal and モscar Parcero 17
Oubi 
Italy: From a Literary Curiosity to a
Philosophical Comprehension
Ingrid Basso 81
PART II CENTRAL EUROPE
Hungary: The Hungarian Patient
Andr疽 Nagy 155
Slovakia: A Joint Project of Two Generations
Roman Kr疝ik 189
The Czech Republic: Kierkegaard as a Model
for the Irrationalist Movements
Helena Brezinova 205
Poland: A Short History of the Reception of
Kierkegaard's Thought
Antoni Szwed 213
PART III EASTERN EUROPE
Russia: Kierkegaard's Reception through
Tsarism, Communism, and Liberation
Darya Loungina 247
Bulgaria: The Long Way from Indirect
Acquaintance to Original Translation
Desislava T fer-Stoyanova 285
Romania: A Survey of Kierkegaard's Reception,
Translation, and Research
Nicolae Irina 301
Macedonia: The Sunny Side of Kierkegaard
Ferid Muhic 317
Serbia and Montenegro: Kierkegaard as a
Post-Metaphysical Philosopher
Safet Bektovic 323
Index of Persons 329
Index of Subjects 339