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    Read æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Søren Kierkegaard (PDF/EPUB) [Sygdommen til Døden] Ý Søren Kierkegaard Søren Kierkegaard É 0 Free read Kierkegaard is a strange philosopher to discuss His writing is incredibly dense in ideology while poetically preserving the aesthetic I bought this book than two years ago along with Fear and Trembling; yet they have never left my bedside table One can read this book a dozen times and still find new landscapes in his id

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Sygdommen til Døden] Ý Søren Kierkegaard For Kierkegaard “the self is not the relation which relates to itself but the relation’s relating to itself” From the start he shifts from a Cartesian or essentialist view of the self to an existentialist one

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Sygdommen til Døden] Ý Søren Kierkegaard Read æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Søren Kierkegaard Free download Sygdommen til Døden What our age needs is education And so this is what happened God chose a man who also needed to be educated and educated him privatissime so that he might be able to teach others from his own experience From Kierkegaard's personal Journals 2013 is the bicentennial of Kierkegaard's birth He probably would have not wanted you to know that but he has plenty things to let you knowThey call him the Father of Existentialism You know you're askin

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Sygdommen til Døden] Ý Søren Kierkegaard Identity in an industrialised world14 October 2013 This book seems to simply ramble on with only a vague structure to it The reason I say a vague structure is because the first part deals with despair and the second part deals with the nature of sin However within both parts Kierkegaard doesn't seem to actually be moving in any specific direction nor does he seem to come to any particular conclusion – if I were marki

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Sygdommen til Døden] Ý Søren Kierkegaard In which I am again reminded of a friend's experience with a professor in a class on Kierkegaard the students spent the first five weeks trying to convince the professor that you can probably only understand a uarter of Kierkegaard

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Sygdommen til Døden] Ý Søren Kierkegaard The Sickness unto Death is an insightful taxonomy of human self deception and a fascinating polemic supporting a Christianity of individuals r

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Sygdommen til Døden] Ý Søren Kierkegaard Read æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Søren Kierkegaard Søren Kierkegaard É 0 Free read Just read this for the second time The first time was in college for a Kierkegaard class I liked it then a lot but one of the problems with college for me was that I often felt overloaded There was so much to read that it was often difficult to get it all read and so even the stuff I read was almost never at full attentionI read Fear and Trembling before college or at least my second and successful attempt at college I really loved it Bu

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Sygdommen til Døden] Ý Søren Kierkegaard Read æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Søren Kierkegaard This can be called a Phenomenology of Despair Kierkegaard is freuently considered as anti Hegel but this book can be considered as a kind of dialectic of the self Kierkegaard looked at the self the same way as Hegel looked at the w

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    Read æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Søren Kierkegaard Søren Kierkegaard É 0 Free read (PDF/EPUB) [Sygdommen til Døden] Ý Søren Kierkegaard I have to say an extraordinary piece of philosophy And the most serious work I came across concerning Christianity Kierkegaa

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Free read Sygdommen til Døden 100 Søren Kierkegaard É 0 Free read Read æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Søren Kierkegaard Influencing philosophers such as Sartre and Camus and still strikingly modern in its psychological insights Kierkegaard's The Sickness Unto Death explores the concept of 'despair' as a symptom of the human condition and describes. Kierkegaard is a strange philosopher to discuss His writing is incredibly dense in ideology while poetically preserving the aesthetic I bought this book than two years ago along with Fear and Trembling yet they have never left my bedside table One can read this book a dozen times and still find new landscapes in his ideology It was about time to revisit this book once againIt might sound ridiculous but I find this book to be the greatest self help book ever written Its important to recognize Despair as a part of the self its important to recognize Despair as the right path to actualization or in Kierkegaard s vocabulary Faith Its normal for us to rebel against our existence and defy any eternal consolation for the sake of individuality because what are we but self conscious errors who have risen up against the tyranny of their creator One of the most eye opening works of philosophy I have ever read

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Free read Sygdommen til Døden 100 Søren Kierkegaard É 0 Free read Read æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Søren Kierkegaard Ned outraged provoked and comforted They have enriched lives and destroyed them Now Penguin brings you the works of the great thinkers pioneers radicals and visionaries whose ideas shook civilization and helped make us who we are. Just read this for the second time The first time was in college for a Kierkegaard class I liked it then a lot but one of the problems with college for me was that I often felt overloaded There was so much to read that it was often difficult to get it all read and so even the stuff I read was almost never at full attentionI read Fear and Trembling before college or at least my second and successful attempt at college I really loved it But on the other hand I have a difficult relationship with Christianity It s too close to me to abandon but too uncomfortable to be satisfyingProbably the most satisfying communal religious experiences I have had have been with the uakers Of course as with any denomination there are many kinds of uakers I mean the uiet ones The ones who literally meet on Sunday sometimes other times too to sit for an hour in silence Where there is no priest and anyone can speak if they feel moved by God Of course just as there are different denominations there are different congregations and let s just say some of them are uiet than othersSometimes I feel very strongly that any Christianity I could really accept would be found in Christian writers like Kierkegaard than in many of the passages of the Bible But then again as K points out Christ himself said something like blessed are those who are not offended by me K takes this sense of offense very seriouslyMake no mistake Kierkegaard is disgusted by the idea of defending Christianity or of trying to convince someone of it s truth Not because he takes it as too obvious for proof but rather due to the very nature of Christianity itself and faith If you are the happy pagan likely you will simply reject the book out of hand as not corresponding to your understanding of realityI think there are two things in particular that are appealing about K First he has an incredibly noble view of human possibility Secondly he is a very clear thinkerThis read was interesting in many ways but in one way in particular because he puts the uestion directly to a waffler like me I always want to have it both ways along the lines of oh both Christianity and not Christianity are true He argues that no either you really believe that those happy pagans are healthy or you believe that they are in despairOf course you have to be clear about what he tells you he means by this word He accepts that those happy pagans can be very much happy and healthy His meaning of despair is not the idea that oh they look happy but underneath they are really eating their hearts out The idea is much closer to the idea that they are simply in error Of course he does mean that despair is a kind of spiritual illness Just not one that necessarily makes you feel bad though of course it can It means that if you have those feelings of contentment and happiness in this life without agreeing about God and our relationship to him then you have essentially traded this life for eternity You are simply oblivious to the most profound dimension of human existence Here s the idea there s no argument about it If you are the pagan you won t find anything here to convince you except perhaps the attraction of the image he provides But it is based in a very noble notion of the eternal and the vast depths of the possibility of the human spirit Here is the idea that we are defined by what measures us and what measures us is GodOf course it can be confusing because at times he does speak of despair as a feeling like we commonly understand it to be Certainly he agrees that they can be related This is of course another of the very cool things about K that he can talk about pretty abstract things in terms of personal psycho spiritual experience Also the reverse as wellCertainly for me this read was personal about my own place And I think this is appropriate for as Kierkegaard says at the beginning he does mean this work to be edifying I take him to mean there personally relevant not simply meant as some abstract analysis Certainly I found his views very compelling

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Free read Sygdommen til Døden 100 Søren Kierkegaard É 0 Free read Read æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Søren Kierkegaard Man's struggle to fill the spiritual void Throughout history some books have changed the world They have transformed the way we see ourselves and each other They have inspired debate dissent war and revolution They have enlighte. Identity in an industrialised world14 October 2013 This book seems to simply ramble on with only a vague structure to it The reason I say a vague structure is because the first part deals with despair and the second part deals with the nature of sin However within both parts Kierkegaard doesn t seem to actually be moving in any specific direction nor does he seem to come to any particular conclusion if I were marking this as an essay I would probably give it good marks in relation to content which I why I gave it such a high rating because in amongst all of the ramblings he makes some very insightful statements but give it an very low mark in regards to structure However as I have mentioned I am interested in the content than in the structure Kierkegaard which by the way means graveyard in Danish is considered to be the father of existentialism It wasn t that one day he decided to sit down an write a new philosophy but rather he was writing in response to the changes that he was seeing going on around him and building upon the philosophies of those that came before him Kierkegaard was also a Christian and had studied for the priesthood however we wasn t connected with any specific church This is not surprising because at the time Denmark had a state church and with all state churches if one does not tow the line one does not get to speak The situation that Kierkegaard is writing about is the destruction of the self that was coming about with modernisation As people began to move from the country to the cities people s individuality and identity were beginning to disappear This was also happening within industrialisation as the skilled person was being replaced with a multitude of unskilled workers Where previously a nail would be individually made by a blacksmith who was skilled in making all sorts of items nails were now made by a team who were reuired to work on only one part of the nail As such the identity of the skilled blacksmith was being replaced by the workers who in effect had no identity at all This as Kierkegaard suggests is the progenitor of despair Further this loss of identity also created a loss of purpose and when one s purpose is removed it goes on to add to the despair Maybe this is why depression is so common in the developed world today because we have effectively lost our identity and simply find ourselves as being one of the crowd For instance as in my case I like to review and comment on books but so do hundreds of other people and as such I find myself competing with hundreds or even thousands of other people for readership of my commentaries and if twenty of them have picked up a large following then I feel in the end that I have been left behind and as such all of my work means nothing I have lost my purpose and in the end there is nothing left but despair So the uestion that arises is what is existentialism It is the idea that we define who we are rather than letting other people define ourselves This is the essence of despair because if I base my ability to write a commentary by the number of likes that I get then I find that I am letting others define who I am Instead if I let define myself as someone who likes to read and then write about what I have read and the thoughts and ideas that I have while I have been reading then it does not matter what other people think because I have given myself my own definition It is also the case outside of this particular sphere because if you let people define who you are David I can see that you are this type of person then we open ourselves up to despair because we give our identity to others to enchain us with their opinion How would one respond to that Me I simply ignore that person and go and find somebody else to spend time with somebody who is not going to attempt to define me but allow me to define myself I guess that is what Kierkegaard is trying to do and I don t really think he does it well in my opinion because this book is very dense and also hard to follow his argument and that is to empower us to escape from the cycle of despair and to make us realise that in God s eyes we are actually somebody and while we may have a meaningless dead end job we can escape that by giving ourselves our own identity and our own definition Another example from my own life is that in my previous role I let it define me and because I let it define me it depressed me This time I just acknowledge that I do work and I work for an insurance company but then try to move away from that to talk about other things so that my job does not define me but rather I define myself Look it isn t easy and people really don t like it when you empower yourself like that but as Nietzsche said that which doesn t kill you only makes you stronger and he was also an existentialist philosopher

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  • Sygdommen til Døden
  • Søren Kierkegaard
  • English
  • 02 March 2018
  • 9780141036656