Table of contents for Unamuno and Kierkegaard : paths to selfhood in fiction / Jan E. Evans.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Abbreviations	vii
Preface	ix
INTRODUCTION	1
CHAPTER ONE
THE IMPORTANCE OF INDIRECT COMMUNICATION 
The Difficulty of Determining "What Kierkegaard Said"	17
Existential Truth and Indirection Communication	19
Kierkegaard's Purpose in Using Indirect Communication	22
Indirect Communication and Unamuno/Kierkegaard Scholarship	27
Unamuno's Understanding and Use of Indirect Communication	35
CHAPTER TWO
THE FORMATION OF THE SELF IN KIERKEGAARD AND UNAMUNO
The Self as Substance and the Self as Achievement	50
The Self as Achievement in Kierkegaard and Unamuno	54
Kierkegaard's View of the Self	59
Unamuno's View of the Self	64
Harmony and Dissonance in Kierkegaard's and Unamuno's View of the Self	71
Kierkegaard's Guide for Becoming the Self: The Existence Spheres	74
CHAPTER THREE
NIEBLA: A STUDY IN KIERKEGAARD'S ESTHETIC STAGE
The Need to Live Disquieted Lives	95
Augusto's Awakening to Esthetic Existence	98
Either/Or and Niebla	101
Stages on Life's Way and Niebla	104
Unamuno and Judge William on Marriage, the Paradigm of the Ethical	108
Suffering and Existence	111
The Importance of Free Will for the Ability to Choose One's Existence	114
Concluding Unscientific Postscript and Niebla	118
Limiting Augusto's Existence to the Esthetic Sphere	120
CHAPTER FOUR
SAN MANUEL BUENO, MARTIR: A STUDY IN THE ETHICAL LIFE
The Critics' Dilemma and San Manuel Bueno, m rtir	126
Either/Or II and San Manuel Bueno, m rtir	128
Being Ethical is Not the Same as Having Faith	131
The Problem of Don Manuel's Hypocrisy and Deception	137
Unamuno's View of Don Manuel	139
CHAPTER FIVE
ABEL SANCHEZ: A STUDY IN POSSIBILITIES FOR RELIGIOUS EXISTENCE
Unamuno's Protagonists and the Religous Sphere	144
Despair and Faith	145
Joaquín and the Despair of Weakness	146
Joaquín and the Despair of Defiance	147
The Consequences of the Despair of Defiance	152
The Sickness Unto Death and the Creation of Joaquín	155
Unamuno's Endorsement of Joaquín	157
CONCLUSION	162
BIBLIOGRAPHY	170

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kierkegaard, Søren, 1813-1855.
Unamuno, Miguel de, 1864-1936.