Kierkegaard's Leap To faith

All I hear is crickets.

The capital punishment of Faith to faith (small "f") is a statement in itself. A reduction-"ism" to a plurality of sorts. When will we look at these stories as the metaphors that they are? In fact, the very existence of metaphysics implies some sort of plurality (ie. a plurality of sorts). My contention with the very notion of an absolute is grounded in logic not the transcendental. Let's see what Kierkegaard had to say, shall we?

The "ideal" comes from Kierkegaard's Concluding Unscientific Postscript, he describes the core part of the leap of faith: the leap. “Thinking can turn toward itself in order to think about itself and skepticism can emerge." You have to understand that because this was written as a postscript, it's not the author's expressed views. When you add the fact that it was also written under the pseudonym of Johannes Climacus (and Kierkegaard as its editor), subjective objectivity takes shape.

p.(x) = Big Data Determinism (2022) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

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