Footnotes, Chapter 7
Kierkegaard and Radical Discipleship: A New Perspective (Eller)

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In Dru’s and in Rohde’s selections from Kierkegaard’s journals, the number identifies an entry rather than a page; the date following is that of the particular entry.

1. Rohde Journals, 129 (1854).

2. Ibid., 127 (1850).

3. Purity of Heart, 143-44.

4. Point of View, 61.

5. Martin Buber, "The Question to the Single One," in Between Man and Man, 40.

6. Ibid., 50.

7. Ibid., 59.

8. Ibid., 52.

9. Ibid., 56-57.

10. Ibid., 65.

11. Papirer, 8:1:A:4 (1847), quoted by the translators Howard and Edna Hong in their introduction to S.K.'s Works of Love, 15-16. The Hongs themselves cornment: "Those who say that Kierkegaard had no consciousness of anything but a purely private individualistic ethic cannot digest this work [Works of Love], nor, when properly understood, his other ethical works, but least of all this."

12. Buber, Between Man and Man, op.cit., 58, 55, respectively.