[The Existential Society] Re: Kierkegaard Reading List
- Dear Kasmirlight,
I found K's journals to be an interesting read. Fear
and Trembling, both volumes of Either/Or, and Stages
Along Life's Way I would say form a sort of trifecta
of his philosophical thought (counting both volumes of
Either/Or as one book). Works of Love is also a great
one. He had a lot of output, so if anyone else can
shed some light on what other Kierkegaard books are
good, I'm all ears. Good luck!
--- kashmirlight <kashmirlight@...> wrote:
> I've developed and interest in Kierkegaard recently,__________________________________
> and am
> interested in reading his philosophy. I would
> welcome any
> reccomendations of what to start reading. Thank
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> I've developed and interest in Kierkegaard recently, and amKas, the following site now has 500 quotes from the works of
> interested in reading his philosophy. I would welcome any
> reccomendations of what to start reading. Thank you.
Kierkegaard. Perhaps in looking through the quotes you will find a
book that catches your attention. ----willy