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This article aims to examine the links in Kierkegaard's thought between his early aesthetic comprehension of tragedy and his view of community. The thesis to be defended is that certain categories related to the Kierkegaardian concept of aesthetic tragedy are later assumed under the notion of immediacy crossed by refl ection. For Kierkegaard, these categories are deployed existentially through the exercise of love.doi:10.15581/009.51.3.533-555 fatcat:s3hu3yb7rzg3bgj3y7kbzgnsuq