The organizers wish to thank everyone who made the “Kierkegaard in the World” conference possible. We would like to thank all the delegates, who traveled not only from across Australia but also from New Zealand, North and South America, Europe, and south-east Asia, and our keynote speakers: C. Stephen Evans, Charles Guignon, Daphne Hampson, Kevin Hart, and John Lippitt. We are grateful as well to the Centre for Philosophy and Phenomenology of Religion and Anne Hunt, the executive dean of the faculty of theology and philosophy at Australian Catholic University; Deakin University’s Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation and its director, Fethi Mansouri; Catholic Theological College and its master, Shane MacKinlay; and the Ian Potter Foundation. Finally, we wish to thank the Danish government for sending their representative to the conference. It was our pleasure to celebrate the bicentennial of Kierkegaard’s birth with you all.
Jeffrey Hanson (Australian Catholic University)
Patrick Stokes (Deakin University)