In part II of C.U.P. Kierkegaard writes a lot about the "world-historical" and how objectivity and speculative reasoning are related to it. I guess I just need a good description of exactly what he means by "world-historical", as I am having a hard time grasping his meaning. Especially when he says things like, "World-historical calculation is done with denominate quantities and enormously large quantities, which by their multiplicity in multiple ways stimulate multiplicity in the observer" (pg. 143).