Kierkegaard’s “Teleological Suspension of the Ethical.”

address the following prompt: Consider Kierkegaard’s “Teleological Suspension of the Ethical.” Does such a suspension seem necessary in order to come into “true” relations with the Absolute? Is Kierkegaard wrong to think that the “religious sphere of existence requires such a leap of faith? Is Kierkegaard wrong to believe faith to be a paradox? If faith is not a paradox, is it faith? Does a “Teleological Suspension of the Ethical” seem to condone acts of “religious terrorism?” (Note: this last question is deceivingly difficult; Hint: Can we even approach the “man of faith” with universal notions of ethics?)

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