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Victor Eremita - Authorship (1843–1846)
... Kierkegaard published some of his works using pseudonyms and for others he signed his own name as author ... must be doubted"), was written in 1841–42 but was not published until after his death ... Either/Or was published 20 February 1843 it was mostly written during Kierkegaard's stay in Berlin, where he took notes on Schelling's Philosophy of Revelation ...
Diapsalmata - Discourses and Sequel
... Along with this work, Kierkegaard published, under his own name, Two Upbuilding Discourses on May 16, 1843 intended to complement Either/Or, "The Expectancy of Faith" and "Eve ... Kierkegaard also published another discourse during the printing of the second edition of Either/Or in 1849 ... In addition to the discourses, one week after Either/Or was published, Kierkegaard published a newspaper article in Fædrelandet, titled "Who Is the Author Of Either/Or?", attempting to create authorial ...
Victor Eremita - Authorship (1843–1846) - The Corsair Affair
... The article complimented Kierkegaard for his wit and intellect, but questioned whether he would ever be able to master his talent and write coherent, complete works ... Kierkegaard published a sarcastic response, charging that Møller's article was merely an attempt to impress Copenhagen's literary elite ... Kierkegaard wrote two small pieces in response to Møller, The Activity of a Traveling Esthetician and Dialectical Result of a Literary Police Action ...

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