Kierkegaard for Beginners
Writers & Readers Publishing, Incorporated, 1996 - Philosophy - 150 pages
Through text and images, this book introduces readers to Soren Kierkegaard, whose attack on social and religious complacency and traditional Western philosophy in the 19th century generated a crisis that produced a radically new way of thinking and made him founder of the school of existentialism. This is a valuable introduction to the man and his work. Illustrations.
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Review: Kierkegaard for Beginners (For Beginners)User Review - Jonathan Moore - Goodreads
This is, as the title suggests, a great introduction to the great Danish writer, all around weirdo and important thinker Soren Kierkegaard. It started what I'm sure will be a lifelong fascination for ... Read full review
Review: Kierkegaard for Beginners (For Beginners)User Review - John Martindale - Goodreads
I enjoyed it, the comics and illustrations that came along side the text were excellent and often pretty funny. It was fun getting a overview of Keirkegaard thought in a entertaining, easy reading manner. Read full review