Is Kirkegaard a realist?
Juan Fernando Sellés
Espíritu: ISSN 0014-0716, Year 62, Issue 145 (January-June), 2013, pages 125-144
In this paper we argues that the existentialism of Kierkegaard, for his rejection of idealism, is closer to nominalism, but without incurring it. His position is not classified within the classical realism, because rather than attend to act of human being, he describes his existence, his future, his biography. So his thinking is in an intermediate position between these movements of philosophy
Kierkegaard, existentialism, nominalism, idealism, realism