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AbstractVictor Eremita proposes that the reader understand parts I and II of Either/Or as parties in a dialogue; most readers in fact view II as a devastating reply to I. I suggest that part I be read as a reaction or follow-up to Kierkegaard's dissertation. Much of part I presents reflective characters who are aware of their freedom but reluctant or unable to adopt the ethical life. The modern Antigone and the Silhouettes are sisters of Alcibiades-failed students of Socrates. I articulate anddoi:10.1515/kier.2013.2013.1.243 fatcat:525xcrcggnd2xn66hy7gjephs4