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Either/Or : Part 1 Kierkegaard
Either/Or : Part 1 Kierkegaard

Either/Or : Part 1 Kierkegaard's Writings. Edna H. Hong, Howard V. Hong, Soren Kierkegaard

Either/Or : Part 1 Kierkegaard's Writings

ISBN: 0691020419,9780691020419 | 728 pages | 19 Mb

Download Either/Or : Part 1 Kierkegaard's Writings

Either/Or : Part 1 Kierkegaard's Writings Edna H. Hong, Howard V. Hong, Soren Kierkegaard
Publisher: Princeton University Press

A good friend, who went to the trouble of writing a doctoral dissertation on Kierkegaard, once remarked to me that he thought that, rather than calling him a philosopher, we ought to call him an evangelical psychologist. I was rather sloppy in what I wrote above, and I wrongly described Either/Or (Part II) and Fear and Trembling as aesthetic works. €The Heterosexual Imagination and Aesthetic Existence in Kierkegaard's Either/Or, Part One.” International Kierkegaard Commentary Either/Or Part I. Scríbhneoireacht, Writing, Blog, Cic Saor. I was writing my own Northern Lights if you like. If anyone, therefore refuses to learn from Christianity how to love himself in the right way, he cannot love his neighbor either. Soren Kierkegaard's “Works of Love” 4 (Self-love: part 1). Below that again is my translation of a very short extract of Søren Kierkegaard's Either/Or from the original Danish. I found this site on accident by looking up harold and maude…it was really cool to see kierkegaard and camus applied to relavent movies…keep up the good work…but i don't believe in god…life is despair. In 1847 the Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard publish his “Christian reflections” on “the works of love.” I have come to believe that Kierkegaard has been largely misunderstood, misrepresented, and therefore ignored by many Christians, to their own detriment. You are exactly right, Michael. Part I has the title of 'Anxiety as the Presupposition of Hereditary Sin and as Explaining Hereditary Sin Retrogressively in Terms of its Origin', and starts with § 1 Historical Intimations Regarding the Concept of Hereditary Sin, which is what is covered in I haven't quoted much in these posts, but I will insert one quotation below which addresses Kierkegaard's own way of writing while addressing a specific issue of the relation between the individual and the human race. When your soul rises clear from the whole world around it; then right above you will appear, not some ideal image of man, but the eternal glory of creation itself; then will the heavens seem to part and your own “I” will choose itself, or rather it will accept itself. The raw source material for this plotline is found in Kierkegaard's books “Either/Or,” “Fear and Trembling,” and “Repetition,” in which he takes on the persona of various first-person narrators, and describes their experiences.

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