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    Ligatio ex Nihilo: Original Sin and the Hope for Redemption
    International Philosophical Quarterly 55 (1): 85-100. 2015.
    In pointing out the strange phenomenological structure of anxiety, Kierkegaard re-opens the door to reflection on “nothingness.” This tradition has been fruitful, but it has remained wedded to interpreting this nothingness in light of the distinction between anxiety and fear. Thus, anxiety is understood exclusively as the transcendence of this or that possibility towards an encounter with the freedom of possibility itself. Kierkegaard’s original formulation, however, states that anxiety is “alto…Read more
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    Brokenness and Hope
    Journal of Speculative Philosophy 29 (2): 180-193. 2015.