A KIERKEGAARD ANTHOLOGY, edited by Robert Bretall. pp. Prince- ton, N. J., Princeton University Press, Experienced persons approach an. Kierkegaard Anthology. Robert Bretall (ed.) Princeton University Press Søren Kierkegaard – – Princeton University Press. A Kierkegaard Anthology. A Kierkegaard anthology /​ Edited by Robert Bretall. Uniform Title. Works. Selections. English. Author. Kierkegaard, Søren, , (author.).

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In this sense, there is history only because things are historical, there is time only because things are temporal – that is, prone to change and self-alienation. I think the mistake of this book is including K. I’ve had this book for a long time, initially got pretty close to the end. Series The modern library of the world’s best books Modern library of the world’s best books The Modern library of the world’s best books ; [no.

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You have done a fine, serious review and an Wow, perceptive and helpful. This is a collection of the works of Kierkegaard organized chronologically. I suppose he might feel vindicated that he is now considered a founder of the Existentialist school of thought, but I am sure it would be nicer to be recognized when he was alive.

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Be the first to ask a question about A Kierkegaard Anthology. The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays. Kieekegaard am not seeking a way to obtain the entire translation of the Journals. Cover may not kierkegward actual copy or condition available. However, one should not forget Kierkegaard’s own insistence kierkeaard there is no “transition” in his career from an aesthetic stage to a religious one, as his terminology may sometimes suggest.

Mark Nowicki rated it really liked it May 11, Mar 30, Sam rated it really liked it Shelves: I have been reading this slowly over the past two years. There are many critiques one can make about him, but one can never question his veracity I read Kierkegaard alongside Abelard. Your business is valued and your satisfaction is guaranteed!

From this we can infer that the only change for what is eternal to really become something is to go through the temporal and to borrow from the self-alienation i. Alexandria’s LibraryOntario, Canada Seller rating: Dec 27, daniel rated it liked it. However, Kierkegaard gives this distinction a new twist, for hretall does not conceive God and man as static within their respective orders, but as capable to transposing between the two.


This single location in Tasmania: Alastair Hannay – – Routledge. I like this book, because it offers a very wide view of the kierkegxard of Kierkegaard.

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What a miserable anti-climax. Princeton University Press Not only is it contemporaneous with itself, so that its identity is not an identity against change, i. This entry has no external links. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

Pages with related products. Ted Morgan Excellent review. This Danish philosopher established his own response to Hegel, drawing from a spiritual predisposition that the true self determines reality.

Fear and Trembling Penguin Classics. Thus far, reading it straight through instead of in sections, I’m getting a lot out of it.

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