Stages on Life's Way
For the first time in English the world community of scholars is systematically assembling and presenting the results of recent research in the vast literature of Soren Kierkegaard. Based on the definitive English edition of Kierkegaard's works by Princeton University Press, this series of commentaries addresses all the published texts of the influential Danish philosopher and theologian.
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Does Love Cure the Tragic? Kierkegaardian Variations on a Platonic Theme
The Equivocal Judge William Comparing the Ethical in Kierkegaards Stages on Lifes Way and EitherOr
The Importance of Being Earnest Coming to Terms with Judge Williams Seriousness
Morning and Melancholia in Quidams Diary
Suspended Reflections The Dialectic of SelfEnclosure in Kierkegaards Guilty?Not Guilty?
Living the Possibility of a Religious Existence Quidam of Kierkegaards Stages on Lifes Way
The Ethical and Religious Significance of Taciturnuss Letter in Kierkegaards Stages on Lifes Way
The Concept of Fate in Stages on Lifes Way
The Relation of Kierkegaards Stages on Lifes Way to Three Discourses on Imagined Occasions
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