Repetition as a reconciliation with oneself in atonement for the guilt of the other

Boris Šinigoj

From Kierkegaard and Dostoevsky to Levinas, Ocepek and RicoeurI.  Discovering my own untruth in sinMy own untruth is something I could discover only by myself, since it is only when I have discovered it that it is discovered, even if the whole world knew of it before … But this state, to be untruth by reason of one’s own guilt, what shall we call it? Let us call it Sin.[1]Søren KierkegaardHow do we begin in our spiritually eroded time when it is unpopular to speak of human sinfulness to passionately consider fundamental existential questions of the individual? How can we achieve the existential turn, not only...