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Kierkegaard and the Refusal of TranscendenceConclusion: Theology for Creatures

Kierkegaard and the Refusal of Transcendence: Conclusion: Theology for Creatures [In the animated film The Incredibles (dir. Bird, 2004), we are shown a time in which superheroes are forced to go underground. As more and more people sue the government for the accidental damage and injury incurred by the heroes’ attempts to stave off various disasters, the decision is taken to make their “secret identity their only identity.” Like mutant marranos, the supers have to don the guise of normal folk.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Kierkegaard and the Refusal of TranscendenceConclusion: Theology for Creatures

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Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan US
Copyright
© Steven Shakespeare 2015
ISBN
978-1-137-38675-5
Pages
197 –207
DOI
10.1057/9781137382955_9
Publisher site
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Abstract

[In the animated film The Incredibles (dir. Bird, 2004), we are shown a time in which superheroes are forced to go underground. As more and more people sue the government for the accidental damage and injury incurred by the heroes’ attempts to stave off various disasters, the decision is taken to make their “secret identity their only identity.” Like mutant marranos, the supers have to don the guise of normal folk.]

Published: Dec 16, 2015

Keywords: Accidental Damage; Animated Film; Unmoved Mover; Secret Identity; Male Hero

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