Category Archives: Hansen, Martin A.

Orm og Tyr (Serpent and Bull)

[Indadvendt stranding, version I, by the Danish sculptor Claus Ørntoft.  “Introverted Stranding lies on the shore of Dødemandsbukten (Skærgård Island, Norway), pent up between life and death.  It is stretched out between two points, the powers of chaos and the … Continue reading

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Two kinds of understanding

In his intellectual biography of the Danish philosopher-theologian Knud Ejler Løgstrup, Ole Jensen uses a brief passage from a well-known Danish novel to highlight the distinction between two kinds of understanding.  Per Jensen, the first is understanding for exploitation; the … Continue reading

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