Fear and Trembling

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Penguin, May 30, 2006 - Philosophy - 160 pages
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Regarded as the father of Existentialism, Kierkegaard transformed philosophy with his conviction that we must all create our own nature; in this great work of religious anxiety, he argues that a true understanding of God can only be attained by making a personal "leap of faith."

 

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User Review  - Megan Fritts - Goodreads

This one actually took me all last summer to get through. In my defense, though, it was my first experience with Kierkegaard. The books turns out to be aptly named, as the reader--immediately, upon ... Read full review

Review: Fear and Trembling

User Review  - George - Goodreads

the self what does it mean, he was searching humans life as mystical ,irrational, obscure and as painful concept, it is not idea it is not ,conception it is not some kind of ready made position, it is ... Read full review

Contents

Title Page
Preamble from the Heart
Problema I
Problema III
Epilogue
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

S¢ren Kierkegaard (1813-55) was born in Denmark and wrote on a wide variety of themes, including religion, psychology, and literature. He is remembered for his philosophy, which was influential in the development of 20th century existentialism.

Alastair Hannay is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oslo. He is co-editor of the Cambridge Companion to Kierkegaard and has translated Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling, The Sickness unto Death, Either/Or, and Papers and Journals for Penguin Classics


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