This anthology covers the whole of Kierkegaard's literary career. The selections range from the terse epigrams of the Journal through the famous "Diary of the Seducer" and the "Banquet" scene, in which Søren Kierkegaard reveals his great lyric and dramatic gifts, on to the philosophical and psychological works of his maturity. These are climaxed by the beautiful and moving religious discourses which accompany them; finally, there is the biting satire of his Attack upon "Christendom."
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But it is surely quite impossible for one who has lost a sensibility for it (and this can scarcely be anything else than the infinite interest) ever to enjoy an eternal happiness. If the sense for it is once lost, it may be impossible ...
This was no mere quip in which the bridegroom indulged, but the sober truth; for they had made themselves strangers, in the spiritual sense of the word, through having lost the infinite passion.” May the words of this book help to ...
... and Every Perfect Gift Is from Above” IIO (James 1:17–22) FEAR AND TREMBLING (1843) II6 The Knight of Faith and the Knight of Infinite Resignation 118 Problem I: Is There Such a Thing as a Teleological Suspension of the Ethical?
... it is made to appeal to their intellects as logical or reasonable—i.e. as sanctioned by human reason. But “the reasonableness of Christianity” is treason to Christianity because it subjects the self-revelation of the infinite ...
... and its infinite variety. July 29. As one goes from the inn through Sortebro across the bare fields that run along the coast, about a mile and a quarter to the north one comes to the highest point in the district, to Gilbjerg.
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THE POINT OF VIEW FOR MY WORK AS AN AUTHOR 1848
THE SICKNESS UNTO DEATH 1849
TRAINING IN CHRISTIANITY 1850
Two DISCOURSES AT THE COMMUNION ON FRIDAYS 1851
THE JOURNALS 18501854
THE ATTACK UPON CHRISTENDOM 18541855
Disproves It at the Same Time
THE PRESENT AGE 1846
EDIFYING DISCOURSES IN VARIOUS SPIRITS 1847
WORKS OF LOVE 1847