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can someone ans the second part of this question?

edited November 2016 in Philosophy
Analyse Kierkegaard’s concept of choice. Can there be, in his view, correct or incorrect choice ? Discuss.

i know that our choices can be both, right and wrong also.... but question has asked "can there be..." the word is "can" so out rightly should i write "ÿes" or "no". plz help
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  • Hey
    I'm not very sure about it but here is my take: in "either/or", Kierkegaard discussed aesthetic life and ethical life in part A and B. After discussion on both, he ended part B by saying "the Edification which lies in the fact that in relation to God, we're always in the wrong".
    Thus we can make only wrong choices depending on any system that human beings can create
    It is only by personal subjective faith in God that there is a possibility of a right choice.

    Discovery.
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