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The debate between Paganism and Christianism in two works by Kierkegaard: contributions to a reflection about the processes of subjectivation. Estud. pesqui. psicol. [online]. 2012, vol.12, n.3, pp. 792-816. ISSN 1808-4281.

The article presentes the debate between Paganismo and Christianism departing from two kierkegaardian works: Philosophical Fragments, signed by Johannes Climacus and Sickness Unto Death, signed by Johannes Anti-Climacus. The first one shows the difference between the socratic and the Christian mastership, defending the superiority of the latter. It refers "to the god" that is understood as Christ himself, a diferente máster who does not only intend to take the disciple to reflection, but also the decisive transformation of his own self; in the second, Anti-Climacus describes paganismo as desperation. Even though he admits the superiority of paganism in relation to Christianity and even though Sickness Unto Death preaches that it would be very useful to return to the Greek spirit and start from it in the middle of the farce of paganized Christianism, in both the superiority of the Christian ideal stands out. Such themes are brought to reflection about the modes of subjectivation valued in times of pagan worries.

Palavras-chave : Paganism; Christianism; Kierkegaard; Processes of subjetivation.

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