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    Title: 英雄生命中的詠歎調:從齊克果「生命史」以及「英雄觀點」論人的⬀在與信仰抉擇
    The Aria of a Heroic Life--Human Existence and Faith from the Perspective of Kierkegaard's Life History and His Discussions of Heroic Types
    Authors: 彭奕靈
    Yi-Ling Peng
    Contributors: 12.研究部-神學碩士班(Th.M.)
    Keywords: 齊克果
    Kierkegaard
    非此即彼
    Either/Or
    英雄
    Hero
    信仰騎士
    Knight of Faith
    人生三階段
    Three Stages of Life
    Date: 2015-06-28
    Issue Date: 2015-10-19T03:14:23Z (UTC)
    Abstract: 齊克果的生命與信仰呈現於著作,從生存體驗提出「人生三階段」及「英雄概念」,藉信仰反省論述了「信仰騎士」的重要性,本文試圖藉由齊克果的生命事件與著作主題反映「信仰騎士」的特性,探討⬀在中的人如何透過「信」的選擇與跳躍帶來個體實在性,也就是宗教階段與上帝之間的關聯,說明基督徒生命的獻祭與捨己,如何藉著「信」的關鍵成為「信仰騎士」。

    研究架構透過「生命史」、「主題論述」和「生命史與主題論述的對話」三部分,第一部分「生命史」從齊克果生命重大事件探討來自內在與外在的矛盾,去看見他在信仰中的立場與抉擇;第二部分「主題論述」藉著「信仰騎士」說明「信」的本質與立場,探討「信仰騎士」的雙重運動,是「無限捨棄」與「無限運動」的融合,呈現出個體性、內在性、隱匿性、且對倫理有「目的性的懸擱」並且處於沈默、孤獨與恐懼戰慄的歷程之中,這是一個放棄有限抓住無限,帶著絕對的愛與完全奉獻的關係進入「信」與「跳躍」的獻祭過程,因此信仰騎士的獻祭是完全毫無保留的獻祭,屬於「心」的獻祭。

    「生命史與著作主題論述的對話」中提出「齊克果生命中的詠歎調」,論證信仰英雄齊克果,引用「詠嘆調」獨唱的部分論述「信仰英雄」的角色便是他藉著生命獻祭中想要呈現出來的一首歌,這是他與上帝之間的關係,他因信仰緣故帶來生命的選擇與捨棄,例如將所愛的黎貞娜獻祭、寫作生涯、他的著作與生活全然地獻給了上帝,如此全然地擺上如同亞伯拉罕獻以撒的過程,不再有所保留,這層關係帶著責任與道德層次的倫理但卻又因信仰的緣故將倫理暫時的擱置,最終他得到的是信仰以及與上帝個體性的關係,成為「信仰英雄」的逆轉勝,就世界的眼光來看他雖呈現了悲劇,但就信仰眼光卻反而是喜劇;藉此總結說明了信仰是一個跳躍與生命獻祭的過程,亞伯拉罕生命的終點成為我們信仰的起點,必須有「選擇」才有英雄的區別,同樣的必須有「獻祭」的捨己過程,才有信仰騎士;齊克果生命帶給我們的挑戰是每一個人都能成為自己生命中的英雄做出英雄式的獻祭,去成為基督徒而學向耶穌,踏上跟隨主的獻祭旅程,藉著捨棄自己為要贏得自己的法則,以信仰獻祭作為一生的目標,也就是去成為「信仰騎士」。



    The life and faith of Kierkegaard can be seen in his works. He proposes from his own existential experience “three stages of life” and the “concept of the hero.” In these reflections on faith, he argues for the importance of the “knight of faith,” a focus he develops in his writing. This paper seeks to reflect the characteristics of the knight of faith from Kierkegaard’s personal life and from his works. It examines how human beings can bring about their own existence by the choice of a leap of faith; that is to say, the interrelatedness of these faith stages and God. It explains how a Christian life of offering and self-giving can, by faith, become the key to this knighthood of faith.

    The research consists of three parts: biography, an analysis of major themes, and a dialogue between these two (biography and major themes). The first part tries to present key events in Kierkegaard’s life and to discusses faith position and choices he face via internal and external conflicts. The second part explains the substance and position of faith through the knighthood of faith. The knighthood of faith is a double movement. This manner of faith combines “infinite renouncing” and “infinite moving.”It presents its individuality, inner life, and hiddenness, and has an “objective suspension” which is in a process of silence, solitude and fear and trembling, giving up the finite and seizing the infinite instead. Carrying absolute love and devotion, it provides the means for a leap of faith. Therefore, the “knighthood of faith” is an offering without restraint. It belongs to the heart.

    The third part of, the dialogue between biography and major themes, describes this synthesis as “aria of Kierkegaard’s life.” Kierkegaard uses the solo part of an “aria” to present the role of the “hero of faith.” Through self-sacrifice or devotion, he offers a song about the relationship between himself and God. Because of faith, he makes life choices and sacrifices. For example, he offers to God his beloved Regina, his writing career, his “works,” and his life in total. This kind of whole-hearted offering is comparable to Abraham’s offering of Isaac, which is without reservation(Abraham is one of Kierkegaard’s models of a knight of faith). It is ethical in the sense of responsibility and morality, yet puts aside ethics temporarily for the sake of faith. What he gets is faith is an individual relationship with God. It is a total reversal of the “hero of faith”—in the eyes of the world it is a tragedy, but in the eyes of faith it is a comedy. There needs to be a choice to make a hero distinct. In the same way, there needs to be a self-giving of offering to make a hero of faith (a knight). Kierkegaard’s life challenges all of us to become the hero of our own life, offering ourselves up heroically to become a Christian who imitates Jesus and walks in the journey of offering. He claims that this offering is the goal of our whole life andpresents the only way we can win.
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