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Alas, but all that about mowing me that they do not bother about me, or bothering that I Quid know that they do not bother about me, only proves their dependence. That is perfectly true if one is indifferent enough. But people show their respect for me by the very fact of showing me that they d0 not respect me. People are not so completely depraved as really to desire evil, but they are blinded and do not really know what they are doing. Every. thing depends upon luring a decision from them. A child may be rebellious against his father in small things for a long time, but if once its father can drive it to a real revolt it is far nearer salvation.

22. Journals, No. 1051 (X2 A 428). 23. Cf. The Concept of Dread, p. ); cf. p. 139 (IV, 465). 24. Cf. Sein und Zeit, sec. 40. 25. Sein und Zeit, sec. 54-60. 26. Sein und Zeit, sec. 61-62. 27. Sein und Zeit, p. 308. 28. Sein und Zeit, sec. 27. 29. The Present Age, pp. 17, 18 (VIII, 86). 30. Journals, No. 1293 (X5 A 138). 3i- Ibid. III ON UNDERSTANDING KIERKEGAARD BY PAUL L. HOLMER Every author imposes limitations upon his readers, which limitations are a function of his style and language, of his subject matter, and, furthermore, the way in which all of these are related.

The Present Age, pp. 17, 18 (VIII, 86). 30. Journals, No. 1293 (X5 A 138). 3i- Ibid. III ON UNDERSTANDING KIERKEGAARD BY PAUL L. HOLMER Every author imposes limitations upon his readers, which limitations are a function of his style and language, of his subject matter, and, furthermore, the way in which all of these are related. Kierkegaard is no exception to this rule. But what distinguishes him is that he noted such matters and frequently commented upon them, referring repeatedly to his own writings.

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