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The teleological suspension of the ethical

“Faith,” writes K., “begins precisely where thinking leaves off” (p. 46). “The ethical as such is the universal…It rests immanently in itself, has nothing outside itself that is its telos, but is itself the telos for everything outside itself…the single … Continue reading

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Thought 1

First, a long quote from Les Miserables: Il continua de se questionner. Il se demanda sévèrement ce qu’il avait entendu par ceci: “Mon but est atteint!” Il se déclara que sa vie avait un but en effet. Mais quel but? … Continue reading

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