Hart’s Postscript- A summary – Legal Thinking
Postscript By Walter Pater Essay - 4944 Words
Mimical: Mime is the dramatic art of expressively imitating emotions and thoughts by actions and gestures, usually without words. Here "mimical" presumably can be interpreted as "poetically artistically elucidated" in such a way that the tone and form are appropriate to the content. It may also refer to a gathering of all the earlier "mimed" (pseudonymous) works as background material for this "concluding" work. Pathetical: ...the English "pathetic" is usually taken to mean "pitiful".... [but Kierkegaard means] "pathos-filled". Pathos marks the poet and his work, and in Postscript Kierkegaard is the poet's (Climacus's) poet. Dialectical: The dialectical marks the thinker. Climacus is a poetic philosopher.
Postscript: Articles & Bibliographies
The Postscript consists of a bewildering complex of chapters and sections, divided quite unequally into two parts. Part One, comprising about 36 pages is entitled "The Objective Issue of the Truth of Christianity". Part Two is about 560 pages long. Chapter One of Part One is entitled "The Historical Point of View". Chapter Two is entitled "The Speculative Point of View". Thus, Kierkegaard first seeks to establish the nature of traditional inquiry, before offering his own view.
CancerGuide: The Median Isn't the Message
A mimeographed letter notes in a postscript that at the funeral of a friend who received 183 women, everyone remarked that "he had a smile on his face for the first time in years." This in turn was topped in byan account of the difficulties that three undertakers had in removing that smile.