Either/or, Volume 1

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Princeton University Press, 1987 - Philosophy - 672 pages
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Review: Either/Or: A Fragment of Life

User Review  - loudermilk - Goodreads

men either/or, that's what we do. we do it so much it replaces living. the beer garden saint either/ors as the dreamy beered wasps whizz past his family and the monk cannot sleep for the smell of the ... Read full review

Review: Either/Or: A Fragment of Life

User Review  - Amal Shoeib - Goodreads

I mainly focused on the chapter "The unhappiest man" where Soren asserted the importance of living in the present and discussing the the characteristics of the happiest of men. They are people who are imprisoned in their own thoughts or in their own tenses: past or future. Read full review


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About the author (1987)

SOren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) lived in Copenhagen, Denmark. His books include "Works of Love" and "Spiritual Writings" (translated and edited by George Pattison).

Hong is the General Editor of Kierkegaard's Writings.

Hong is a poet, writer, and translator who has worked on Kierkegaard's Works.

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