The article sets out to reconstruct the Kierkegaard´s critique of the demonstrations of God´s existence by B. Spinoza. The Danish thinker elected the ideas of the Dutch philosopher for that reason that the spinozistic demonstrations represented the metaphysical approaches to the question of the God´s existence. M. Hemelík inquires into a rightfulness of this critique and he arrives at the conclusion that Kierkegaard´s critique has not the desired effect because the philosophical positions of both thinkers are absolutely different. Nevertheless the collation of Spinoza´s and Kierkegaard´s ideas about the God´s existence is very remarkable and it contributes to the inquiry of metaphysical thinking about perfect being and being on the whole.
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