Either/or: a fragment of life, Volume 1

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Princeton University Press, 1949 - Philosophy
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Kierkegaard's writing style is unique and engaging. - Goodreads
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read the Rotation of Crops and intro - Goodreads

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This is a strange, interesting read. Kierkegaard has a thoughtful, and complex philosophy and it is hard to know what the man believes since he couches it in characters like the Aesthete and Judge ... Read full review

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Alastair Hannay writes that the "motivation" for Either/Or was "probably a combination of two things:" 1. breaking off with Regine Olsen and 2. his confrontation with Schelling's philosophy. I'm ... Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
3
THE IMMEDIATE STAGES OF THE EROTIC
35
THE ANCIENT TRAGICAL MOTIVE
111
Copyright

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