The Crisis of Language Then and Today: a Historic Kierkegardian Perspective

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Abstract

In this article I will focus my attention on the different views on language in the linguistic discussions as they appear in both the Golden Age and the present. In addition, I wil focus on Kierkegaard's responses to the discussion surrounding the linguistic crisis as percieved in the Danish Golden Age, and then finally examine the resemblances between the linguistic crises, and the views on language and linguistic pedagogy in both the Golden Age and present-day Denmark.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Crisis of the Danish Golden Age and Its Modern Resonance
EditorsJon Stewart, Nathaniel Kramer
Number of pages20
PublisherMuseum Tusculanum
Publication date2020
Pages245-266
Chapter13
ISBN (Print)978-87-635-4670-6
Publication statusPublished - 2020
SeriesDanish Golden Age Studies
Number12
ISSN1903-3338

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