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A Kierkegaard anthology,

Author: Søren Kierkegaard; Robert W Bretall
Publisher: New York, Modern Library [©1946]
Series: Modern library of the world's best books.
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Kierkegaard, Søren, 1813-1855.
Kierkegaard anthology.
New York, Modern Library [©1946]
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Søren Kierkegaard; Robert W Bretall
OCLC Number: 917987
Description: xxv, 494 pages 19 cm.
Contents: The Journals (1834-1842) --
Either / or (1843) --
The Rotation method --
Diapsalmata --
Diary of the seducer --
The Aesthetic validity of marriage --
Equilibrium --
Two edifying discourses (1843) --
"Every good and every perfect gift is from above" (James 1:17-22) --
Fear and trembling (1843) --
The Knight of Faith and the Knight of Infinite Resignation --
Problem I : is there such a thing as a teleological suspension of the ethical? --
Repetition (1843) --
Constantine Constantius revisits Berlin --
Philosophical fragments (1844) --
A Project of thought --
God as teacher and saviour : an essay of the imagination --
Stages on life's way (1845) --
In vino veritas : a recollection --
Concluding unscientific postscript (1846) --
How Johannes Climacus became an author --
Thesis attributable to Lessing : that if God held all truth in His right hand and in His left hand the lifelong pursuit of it, he would choose the left hand --
(A) A Logical system is possible --
(B) An Existential system is possible --
The Task of becoming subjective --
Truth is subjectivity --
The Subjective thinker --
The Religious task : an edifying divertissement --
Conclusion : What is to become of a Christian --
The Present age (1846) --
The Individual and "the public" --
Conclusion --
Edifying discourses in various spirits (1847) --
Purity of the heart is to will one thing (James 4:8) --
Barriers to willing one thing : variety and great moments are not one thing --
Works of love (1847) --
Thou shalt love --
Love covereth a multitude of sins (I Pet. 4:8) --
The Point of view for my work as an author (1848) --
The Ambiguity or duplicity in the whole of authorship --
The Explanation --
The Aesthetic works --
Epilogue --
Conclusion --
The Sickness unto death (1849) --
Despair is "the sickness unto death" --
Forms of despair --
The Despair that is unconscious that it is despair, or The despairing unconsciousness of having a self and an eternal self --
The despair which is conscious of being despair --
(1) Despair at not willing to be oneself (weakness) --
(2) The Despair of willing despairingly to be oneself (defiance) --
Training in Christianity (1850) --
"Come hither, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, I will give you rest" --
The Invitation : three interpretations --
The Obstacle : objections : six queries --
The Inviter --
Christianity as the absolute : contemporaneousness with Christ --
The Moral --
From on the high He will draw all unto Himself : Christian expositions (I) --
Two discourses at the communion on Fridays (1851) --
Love shall hide the multitude of sins (I Pet. 4:8) --
The Journals (1850-1854) --
The Attack upon "Christendom" (1854-1855) --
Feast of the Annunciation --
The Religious situation --
What do I want? --
The Comfortable --
and the concern for an eternal blessedness --
A Eulogy upon the human race, or A proof that the New Testament is no longer truth --
Medical diagnosis --
The Christianity of the spiritual man / the Christianity of us men --
When all are Christians, Christianity eo ipso does not exist --
Short and sharp --
What says the fire chief? --
God / the world --
The Sort of person they call a Christian --
Confirmation and the wedding : a Christian comedy --
or something worse --
One lives only once --
The Divine justice --
Tremble --
for God is in one sense so infinitely easy to hoax! --
The Priest not only proves the truth of Christianity, but he disproves it at the same time --
My task --
The Unchangeableness of God (1855).
Series Title: Modern library of the world's best books.
Responsibility: edited by Robert Bretall.


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