Kierkegaard

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Two Ages: A Literary Review
... Two Ages A Literary Review is the first book in Søren Kierkegaard's second authorship and was published on March 30, 1846 ... Kierkegaard characterized the Age of Revolution as "essentially passionate therefore it has 'not nullified the principle of contradiction' and can become either good or ... After giving his critique of the story, Kierkegaard made several observations on the nature of The Present Age and its passionless attitude towards ...
Christian Discourses
... Christian Discourses is one of the first books in Søren Kierkegaard's second authorship and was published on April 26, 1848 ... — Søren Kierkegaard, Christian Discourses in Essential Kierkegaard, p.328 ...
Diapsalmata - Reception - Later Reception
... Although Either/Or was Kierkegaard's first major book, it was one of his last books translated into English in 1944 ... It occurred to me that this was a service to understanding Kierkegaard, whose esthetic and ethical insights have been much slighted by those enamored of his ... Kierkegaard's brilliance seems to me to be showing that while goodness, truth, and beauty can not speculatively be derived one from another, yet these three are integrally ...
Meaning (existential) - Kierkegaard
... For Kierkegaard, meaning does not equal knowledge, although both are important ... Meaning, for Kierkegaard, is a lived experience, a quest to find one's values, beliefs, and purpose in a meaningless world ... As a Christian, Kierkegaard finds his meaning in the Word of God, but for those who are not Christian, Kierkegaard wishes them well in their search ...
Magnús Eiríksson - Eiríksson’s Relations To Martensen and Kierkegaard (1844-1850) - Eiríksson As An Unwelcome Ally of Kierkegaard
... on Martensen’s, Eiríksson thought he had an ally in Søren Kierkegaard and Kierkegaard’s Concluding Unscientific Postscript (1846) supported him in this claim ... Kierkegaard, however, vigorously protested against this “unauthorized acknowledgment” of his writings by “that raging Roland” and accused Eiríksson of attributing to him ... Regarding Eiríksson’s efforts to get Martensen dismissed, Kierkegaard comments “And with the violence and force of the Devil he has involved my ...