The Unrepentant Crowd: Soren Kierkegaard and Ernest Becker on the Roots of Political Violence

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In the first chapter of the thesis the main thread of Ernest Beckers psychology, as it was expounded in The Denial of Death, is presented. In the second chapter Beckers interpretation of Soren Kierkegaards psychology is put forward, and Beckers belief that his thought is in basic accord with Kierkegaards is noted. In the third and fourth chapters Kierkegaards understanding of human psychology, as it was presented in The Concept of Anxiety and The Sickness Unto Death, is summarized. The fifth chapter is a critical comparison of the psychological theories of Becker and Kierkegaard, in which a negative conclusion is reached regarding Beckers belief that his thought and Kierkegaards are in basic accord. The sixth chapter is a summary of Beckers explanation of political violence, as it was presented in Escape From Evil. The seventh chapter is an explication of the understanding of political violence that I find implicit in Kierkegaards thought, along with a comparison of this understanding with Beckers. Nazism and the nuclear arms race are briefly referred to as the two principal test cases for the preceding theoretical formulations.
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