Kierkegaard for Beginners

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Writers and Readers, 1996 - Philosophy - 150 pages
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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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