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Kierkegaard, Spinoza, and the


Intellectual Love of God
Kierkegaard and the Refusal of Transcendence pp 179-196 | Cite as

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A possible objection to the argument so far would be this: in accentuating the way in
which immanence can be figured as resisting or refusing transcendence, has it not
been relativized? That is to say: is this immanence merely a reflex of transcendence,
intrinsically coupled to its opposite in relativistic or parasitic embrace?

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