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Autor: Søren Kierkegaard; Howard V Hong; Edna H Hong; Gregor Malantschuk
Editora: Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1967-78]
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Kierkegaard, Søren, 1813-1855.
Søren Kierkegaard's journals and papers.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1967-78]
(OCoLC)561815011
Online version:
Kierkegaard, Søren, 1813-1855.
Søren Kierkegaard's journals and papers.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1967-78]
(OCoLC)607844542
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Søren Kierkegaard; Howard V Hong; Edna H Hong; Gregor Malantschuk
ISBN: 0253182395 9780253182395 0253182417 9780253182418 0253182417 9780253182418 0253182425 9780253182425 0253182433 9780253182432 0253182441 9780253182449 025318245X 9780253182456
Número OCLC: 371562
Descrição: 7 volumes 24 cm
Conteúdos: v. 1. A-E --
v. 2. F-K --
v. 3. L-R --
v. 4. S-Z --
v. 5. Autobiographical, 1829-1848 --
v. 6. Autobiographical, 1848-1855 --
v. 7. Index ; composite collation. v. 1. A-E --
Abstract, Abstraction --
Absurd --
Action --
The Ancients, the Classical --
Anselm --
Anthropology, Philosophy of Man --
Anxiety (Angst), Dread --
Apostle --
Aristotle --
Art, Artists, Artistry, the Artistic --
Asceticism --
Augustine --
Authority --
Being --
Bernard of Clairvaux --
Bible --
Bourgeois Mentality, Philistinism --
Call, Calling, Vocation --
Category --
Catholicism --
Cause --
Certainty --
Change, Coming into Existence --
Childhood, Children --
Christ --
Christendom --
Christianity --
Christmas --
Chrysostom --
Church --
Collision, Conflict, Adversity --
Communication --
Conscience --
Contemporaneity --
Contradiction --
Corrective --
Death --
Demonic --
Descartes --
Despair --
Dialectic, Dialectical --
Discontinuity, Continuity --
Don Juan --
Don Quixote --
Doubt --
Dreams --
Education, Upbringing --
Enthusiam --
Envy --
Estheticism, the Esthetic --
Eternity, the Eternal --
The Ethical, the Ethical Consciouness --
Equality --
Exist, Existence, Existential --
Experience --
The Extraordinary, the Exception. v. 2. F-K --
Faith --
Family --
Faust --
Fichte --
Force --
Forgiveness --
Franklin --
Freedom --
Friendship --
Genius --
God --
Goethe --
Grace --
Gratitude --
Greeks --
Guilt --
Hamann --
Hamlet --
Hegel --
Heine --
History --
Holy Spirit --
Hope --
Humor, Irony, the Comic --
Idea, Ideals, Ideality --
Imagination --
Imitation --
Immediacy --
Immortality --
Indirect Communication --
Individual --
Infinite --
Instrument --
Intensity --
Interesting --
Inwardness --
Jest --
Journalism --
Joy --
Judaism --
Judas --
Kant --
Knowledge. v. 3. L-R --
Language --
Leap --
Leibniz --
Lessing --
Love --
Luther --
Majesty --
Marriage --
Martyr --
Mary --
Mediocrity --
Melancholy --
Methodists --
Middle Ages --
Miracles --
Mission --
Mohammedanism --
Moment, the Momentary --
Monasticism --
Money --
Montaigne --
Mozart --
Mystery --
Mystic, Mysticism --
Myth, Mythology --
Natural Sciences --
Nature --
New Testament --
Numbers, Crowd, Mass, Public --
Obedience --
Offense --
Optimism-Pessimism --
Orthodox, Orthodoxy --
Paganism --
Parables (S.K.) --
Paradox --
Pascal --
Passion, Pathos --
Pastors, Clergy --
Paul --
Perfectibility --
Person, Personality --
Peter --
Petrarch --
Philosophy --
Pietism --
Plato --
Polemical, Polemics --
Possibility --
Practicality, Sensibleness --
Prayer, Prayers --
Preaching, Proclamation --
Predestination --
Presentiment --
Primitivity --
Professor --
Progress --
Proof --
Protestanism --
Providence, Governance --
Punishment --
Qualitative Difference --
Reality, Actuality --
Reason, Understanding --
Redoubling --
Reduplication --
Reflection, Thought --
Reform, Reformation, Reformer --
Renunciation, Self-denial --
Repentance --
Repetition --
Romanticism, Classicism --
Rousseau. v. 4. S-Z --
Sacrifice --
Savonarola --
Schleiermacher --
Scholarship and Science --
Schopenhauer --
Self --
Seneca --
Sermons --
Sex --
Shakespeare --
Silence --
Sin --
Situation --
Social-Political Thought --
Socrates --
Solitude --
Sophistry, Sophists --
Spinoza --
Spirit --
Spiritual Trial --
Stages --
State Church --
Stephen --
Stoicism, Stoics --
Striving --
Subjectivity/Objectivity --
Suffering --
Suicide --
Superiority --
Superstition --
Teleological Suspension --
Temptation --
Tersteegen --
Tertullian --
Theologians, Theology --
Thomas a Kempis --
Time --
Toleration --
Tragedy/Comedy --
Truth --
Unchageableness --
Unconditioned, the --
Universalism --
Upbuilding, the --
Venture, Risk --
Vocation --
Voluntary, the --
Wit --
Witness --
Woman/Man --
Work --
World --
Worship --
Zachaeus. v. 5. Autobiographical: Part One 1829-1848 --
The Early Years 1829-1837 : Student Days ; The Master Thief, Faust, and Wandering Jew Themes ; Mother's Death ; Gilleleie Journey ; "Faustian Letters" --
The Authorship Begins 1838-1839 : "The Battle between the Old and the New Soap-Cellars" ; "An Indescribable Joy" ; Poul Martin Moller ; Father's Death ; From the Papers of One Still Living --
Crisis and Decision 1840-1842 : Jutland Journey ; Engagement ot Regine ; The Concept of Irony ; First Berlin Sojourn ; Schelling Lectures ; "Johannes Climacus, or De omnibus dubitandum est" --
Thoughts like Nations in Migration 1843-1844 : Either/Or ; Eighteen ; Upbuilding Discourses ; Repetition ; Fear and Trembling ; Philosophical Fragments ; The Concept of Anxiety ; Prefaces --
The Pseudonymous Authorship Concluded 1845-1846 : Second Berlin Sojourn ; Three Discourses on Imagined Occasions ; Stages on Life's Way ; The Corsair Affair ; Concluding Unscientific Postscript ; Two Ages --
Writings of the Second Perios 1847-May 1848 : "The Book on Adler" ; Upbuilding Discourses in Various Spirits ; What We Learn from the Lilies of the Field and the Birds of the Air ; "The Dialectic of Ethical and Ethical-Religious Communication" ; Works of Love ; Christian Discourses. v. 6. Autobiographical: Part Two 1848-1855 --
Without Authority: the Corrective May 1848-1851 : Anti-Climacus ; The Crisis and a Crisis in the Life of an Actress ; "Armed Neutrality" ; "The Point of View" ; "'The Single Individual'" ; The Lily of the Field and the Bird of the Air ; Two Minor Ethical-Religious Essays ; The Sickness unto Death ; Three Discourses at the Communion on Fridays ; Practice in Christianity ; Two Discourses at the Communion on Fridays ; On My Work as an Author ; For Self-Examination ; Judge for Yourselves! --
The Gathering Storm 1852-November 1854 : Bishop Mynster Dies --
Beyond Armed Neutrality December 1854-September 1855 : Articles in Foedrelandet ; This Must Be Said ; Christ's Judgment ; The Moment ; Let the maid sweep it up in the morning ; The Unchangeableness of God. v. 7. Index, Composite.
Outros Títulos: Works.
Responsabilidade: Edited and translated by Howard V. Hong and Edna H. Hong, assisted by Gregor Malantschuk.

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