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By Farr Curlin, Science of Virtues Scholar In his forthcoming book, A Case for Irony , philosopher Jonathan Lear explores Kierkegaard’s concept of irony to advance the virtue of ironic existence. Irony, as Kierkegaard used the term, arises from the fact

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  • 11-14-2011 12:40 PM

    Anna Gomberg

    By Farr Curlin, Science of Virtues Scholar In his forthcoming book, A Case for Irony , philosopher Jonathan Lear explores Kierkegaard’s concept of irony to advance the virtue of ironic existence. Irony, as Kierkegaard used the term, arises from the fact
  • 11-16-2011 9:00 PM

    Habbakuk Jones

    The great irony of existence is that what makes life worth living does not come from the rosy side. We would all rather be lotus eaters, but life will not allow it. The energy to live comes from the dark side. It comes from everything that makes us suffer
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