- Works of Love
"Works of Love" ("Danish":"Kjerlighedens Gjerninger") is a work by
Søren Kierkegaard(1847) dealing primarily with Christian love. Kierkegaard uses this value / virtue to understand the existence and relationship of the individual Christian. He grounds his reasoning both in the philosophy of Existentialism(which he plays no small role in founding) and a high level of theology citing the scriptures of the Christian Bible. Many of the chapters take a mention of love from the New Testamentand center reflections about the transfer of individuals from secular modes (the stages of the aesthetic and ethical) to genuine religious experience and existence. Since human experience is a key to understanding Kierkegaard, the actual relationships and experiences of disciples and of Christare characterized here as tangible models for behavior.
It remains important to note that Kierkegaard as a Christian ethicist (represented by this work) is likely to be considered distinct from many ways in which the religion's mainstream seems to function from the viewpoint of an outside observer. This is not only a function of
Christian existentialismbut also of his time period and political events occurring in his native Denmark.
*Part One - Topics include: "Love's Hidden Life and Its Recognisability by its Fruits", "You shall love", "You shall love your Neighbour", "Love is the Fulfilling of the Law", "Love is a Matter of Conscience", "Our Duty to Love Those We See", and "Our Duty to be in the Debt of Love to Each Other"
*Part Two - Topics include: "Love Builds up", "Love Believes all Things and Yet is Never Deceived", "Love Hopes all Things and Yet is Never Put to Shame", "Love Seeks Not its Own", "Love Abides", "Mercifulness, a Work of Love, Even if it Can Give Nothing and Is Capable of Doing Nothing", "The Victory of Reconciliation in Love Which Wins the Vanquished", "The work of Love in Remembering One Dead", and "The Work of Love in Praising Love"
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