Kierkegaard is not denying the independence of the object of knowledge. On the contrary, he is presupposing it. Even the best and most exact human knowledge is subject to error, because existing objects have an “illusiveness” that is grounded in their independence of us and our concepts and methods of knowing.
—C. Stephen Evans “Realism and antirealism in Kierkegaard’sConcluding Unscientific Postscript”
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