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    (Sygdommen til Døden) [PDF/EBOOK] × Søren Kierkegaard Review Sygdommen til Døden Kierkegaard is a strange philosopher to discuss His writing is incredibly dense in ideology while poetically preserving the aesthetic I bought this book than two years ago along with Fear and Trembling; yet they have never left my bedside table One can read this book a dozen times and still find new landscapes in his ideology It was about time to revisit this book once againIt might sound ridiculous but I fin

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    (Sygdommen til Døden) [PDF/EBOOK] × Søren Kierkegaard For Kierkegaard “the self is not the relation which relates to itself but the relation’s relating to itself” From the start he shifts from a Cartesian or essentialist view of the self to an existentialist one Whereas for Descartes “self” is a common noun for Kierkegaard it is a gerund And the embedded verb to relate points

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    (Sygdommen til Døden) [PDF/EBOOK] × Søren Kierkegaard Søren Kierkegaard Æ 2 Free download Review Sygdommen til Døden What our age needs is education And so this is what happened God chose a man who also needed to be educated and educated him privatissime so that he might be able to teach others from his own experience From Kierkegaard's p

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    (Sygdommen til Døden) [PDF/EBOOK] × Søren Kierkegaard Identity in an industrialised world14 October 2013 This book seems to simply ramble on with only a vague structure to it The reason I say a vague structure is because the first part deals with despair and the second part deals with the nature of sin However within both parts Kierkegaard doesn't seem to actually be moving in any specific direction nor does he seem to come to any particular conclusion – if I were mark

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    (Sygdommen til Døden) [PDF/EBOOK] × Søren Kierkegaard Søren Kierkegaard Æ 2 Free download In which I am again reminded of a friend's experience with a professor in a class on Kierkegaard the students spent the first five weeks trying to convince the professor that you can probably only understand a uarter of Kierkegaard unless you read him in the context of Hegel; the professor rejects this and stresses instead Kierkegaard's Socraticism; at the end of the fifth week ie less than halfway through the course the profess

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    (Sygdommen til Døden) [PDF/EBOOK] × Søren Kierkegaard Søren Kierkegaard Æ 2 Free download Read Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Æ Søren Kierkegaard The Sickness unto Death is an insightful taxonomy of human self deception and a fascinating polemic supporting a Christianity of individuals rather than groups Its two parts The Sickness unto Death is Despair and Despair is Sin reflect its dual psychological and theological significanceIt is first a precursor of modern psychoanalys

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    Review Sygdommen til Døden Søren Kierkegaard Æ 2 Free download Read Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Æ Søren Kierkegaard Just read this for the second time The first time was in college for a Kierkegaard class I liked it then a lot but one of the problems with coll

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    (Sygdommen til Døden) [PDF/EBOOK] × Søren Kierkegaard Read Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Æ Søren Kierkegaard This can be called a Phenomenology of Despair Kierkegaard is freuently considered as anti Hegel but this book can be considered as a kind of dialectic of the self Kierkegaard looked at the self the same way as Hege

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    (Sygdommen til Døden) [PDF/EBOOK] × Søren Kierkegaard I have to say an extraordinary piece of philosophy And the most serious work I came across concerning Christianity Kierkegaard's words simplified a lot of concepts about despair and also translated our emotions and our awareness of the self and how complex that is I don't think that its difficult to read the ma

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Read Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Æ Søren Kierkegaard Søren Kierkegaard Æ 2 Free download Review Sygdommen til Døden Influencing philosophers such as Sartre and Camus and still strikingly modern in its psychological insights Kierkegaard's The Sickness Unto Death explores the concept of 'despair' as a symptom of the human condition and describes. For Kierkegaard the self is not the relation which relates to itself but the relation s relating to itself From the start he shifts from a Cartesian or essentialist view of the self to an existentialist one Whereas for Descartes self is a common noun for Kierkegaard it is a gerund And the embedded verb to relate points to the dynamics of the self In this case relating to itselfThe first despair is that which is ignorant of being in despair or the despairing ignorance of having a self and an eternal self Similar to the unexamined life of Socrates this is the unexamined self And for Kierkegaard this is the most common despair though the individuals involved aren t aware of it In the Christian worldview a human being is a synthesis of the infinite and finite and therefore the tension between these poles becomes the source of next two types of despair wanting in despair to be oneself and not wanting in despair to be oneself For Kierkegaard despair is the sickness unto death one different from an ordinary sickness that leads to physical death Within the Christian framework physical death may be a path toward eternal life and a dying person may hope for the life after But despair as the sickness unto death is when one hopes for death as a resolution but the person cannot die Hence the despair Such despair presupposes life after death For the atheistic existentialist such as Sartre or Camus death is the ultimate end and creates the despair by nullifying hope and achievement and life Faith the interacting with the power which established it is for Kierkegaard the only way the self can overcome despairKierkegaard contributes to Christianity by reformulating faith as the dynamics between the believer and the power that established it in overcoming the ignorance of a self and in reintegrating the self with this power so as to resolve the tension between the two Not longer is faith accepting a set of doctrines and carrying out the rites and rituals of the ChurchAnd he contributes to our understanding of human beings by modeling the self as the relating to itself and others rather than as static stuffs bodies minds souls and spirits etc So the focus shifts from being to becoming

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Read Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Æ Søren Kierkegaard Søren Kierkegaard Æ 2 Free download Review Sygdommen til Døden Man's struggle to fill the spiritual void Throughout history some books have changed the world They have transformed the way we see ourselves and each other They have inspired debate dissent war and revolution They have enlighte. The Sickness unto Death is an insightful taxonomy of human self deception and a fascinating polemic supporting a Christianity of individuals rather than groups Its two parts The Sickness unto Death is Despair and Despair is Sin reflect its dual psychological and theological significanceIt is first a precursor of modern psychoanalysis exploring the idea of despair as a lack of self understanding and self acceptance Anticipating Freud s unconscious mind Kierkegaard claims that virtually everyone is always in despair whether they know it or not Not being conscious of being in despair is itself a form of despair The physician knows that just as there can be merely imagined illness so too is there merely imagined health Much of the book consists of a general overview of the many different forms despair can take from the despairing ignorance of having a self and an eternal self to the demonic wanting in despair to be oneself defianceAlthough as one of Kierkegaard s algebraic ie philosophically schematic rather than literary works Sickness spends little time developing these forms of despair fleshed out examples an be found in his other works such as EitherOr The short allegories Kierkegaard does use to illustrate his ideas however are consistently clear and illuminating For exampleAs a father disinherits a son the self will not acknowledge itself after it has been so weak Despairingly it is unable to forget that weakness somehow it hates itself it will not humble itself in faith under its weakness in order to win itself back No in despair it will not as it were hear a word about itself will have nothing to do with itself As doubtless often with the father who disinherited the son the external fact only helped a little it did not rid him of the son least of all in his thoughts As so often it helps little when the lover curses the despised that is loved one but almost intricates him the so it is for the despairing self with itselfSecond and to Kierkegaard s purpose Sickness is an unorthodoxly orthodox classic of Christian theology A must read for anyone interested in the concept of sin Sickness disavows the notion that sin is simply unethical behavior no for Kierkegaard the opposite of sin is not virtue but faith Sin for Kierkegaard is before God or with the conception of God in despair not wanting to be oneself or wanting in despair to be oneself Sin is a heightened form of despair in which God judges each one of us Using this notion Kierkegaard attacks established Christendom for being complacent and confident due to its strength in numbers of its sinlessnessChristianity says to each individual Thou shalt believe Not one word there is nothing to add Now I have spoken says God in heaven we shall talk it over again in eternity In the meantime you can do what you want but judgement is at hand A judgement Indeed we men have learned by experience that when there is a mutiny on a ship or in an army then the guilty are so numerous that the punishment has to be dropped and when it is the public the highly esteemed and cultivated public or the people then there is not only no crime but according to the newspaper which is as dependable as the Gospels and the Revelation it is God s will Why is this so The reason is that the concept judgement corresponds to the individual judgment cannot be passed en masse people can be killed en masse sprayed en masse flattered en masse in short can be treated in many ways just like cattle but to judge people like cattle is not possible for one cannot pass judgement on cattle However many are judged if there is to be any seriousness or truth in the judgement then judgement is passed on each individualIf only there are enough of us in this then there is no wrong in it before this wisdom all people have to this day bowed down kings emperors and excellencies So God is damned well going to learn to bow down too It is simply a matter of there being many of us a decent number who stick together if we do that we are made safe against the judgement of eternity They are indeed safe if it is only in eternity that they are to become individuals But they were and are constantly individuals before GodThus Kierkegaard s aim is to awaken the reader as spirit ie as an individual self before God not to defend Christianity s doctrines On the contrary Kierkegaard s strongest words are directed against apologetics how extraordinarily stupid it is to defend Christianity how little knowledge of humanity it betrays how it connives if only unconsciously with offence by making Christianity out to be some miserable object that in the end must be rescued by a defence Yes the person who defends that has never believed in it If he does believe then the enthusiasm of faith is not a defence no it is the assault and the victory a believer is a victorTo fully understand why Kierkegaard considers Christianity fundamentally and necessarily irrational to the point of causing offence it will be helpful to read his other works such as Fear and Trembling or Concluding Unscientific Postscript where faith is defined as an objective uncertainty held fast in the most passionate inwardness And nothing for Kierkegaard could be less certainly true than Christianity s paradoxes like the idea that there is an infinite difference in kind between God and man yet the two share a kinship To try and water down Christianity s offensive aspects to make faith easier to just blindly slip into is to destroy faith by removing the necessity for the individual to passionately CHOOSE for himself his own life path his own selfAlthough this is one of Kierkegaard s difficult works once the basic project is grasped it is uite readable and is straightforward than The Concept of Anxiety a psychological work which explores very similar ideas to Sickness The first paragraph with its The self is a relation which relates to itself or that in the relation which is its relating to itself etc etc is famously dense and opaue but is not representative of the rest of the text which becomes and clear and accessible as it delves deeper into the obscurity of sin and despairThe Sickness unto Death is an invaluable resource for those interested in existential psychology or religious philosophy However it is perhaps not the best place to begin if you haven t read other Kierkegaard works Fear and Trembling is an easier starting point For both texts I recommend the Hannay translation rather than the Hong one

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Read Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Æ Søren Kierkegaard Søren Kierkegaard Æ 2 Free download Review Sygdommen til Døden Ned outraged provoked and comforted They have enriched lives and destroyed them Now Penguin brings you the works of the great thinkers pioneers radicals and visionaries whose ideas shook civilization and helped make us who we are. Just read this for the second time The first time was in college for a Kierkegaard class I liked it then a lot but one of the problems with college for me was that I often felt overloaded There was so much to read that it was often difficult to get it all read and so even the stuff I read was almost never at full attentionI read Fear and Trembling before college or at least my second and successful attempt at college I really loved it But on the other hand I have a difficult relationship with Christianity It s too close to me to abandon but too uncomfortable to be satisfyingProbably the most satisfying communal religious experiences I have had have been with the uakers Of course as with any denomination there are many kinds of uakers I mean the uiet ones The ones who literally meet on Sunday sometimes other times too to sit for an hour in silence Where there is no priest and anyone can speak if they feel moved by God Of course just as there are different denominations there are different congregations and let s just say some of them are uiet than othersSometimes I feel very strongly that any Christianity I could really accept would be found in Christian writers like Kierkegaard than in many of the passages of the Bible But then again as K points out Christ himself said something like blessed are those who are not offended by me K takes this sense of offense very seriouslyMake no mistake Kierkegaard is disgusted by the idea of defending Christianity or of trying to convince someone of it s truth Not because he takes it as too obvious for proof but rather due to the very nature of Christianity itself and faith If you are the happy pagan likely you will simply reject the book out of hand as not corresponding to your understanding of realityI think there are two things in particular that are appealing about K First he has an incredibly noble view of human possibility Secondly he is a very clear thinkerThis read was interesting in many ways but in one way in particular because he puts the uestion directly to a waffler like me I always want to have it both ways along the lines of oh both Christianity and not Christianity are true He argues that no either you really believe that those happy pagans are healthy or you believe that they are in despairOf course you have to be clear about what he tells you he means by this word He accepts that those happy pagans can be very much happy and healthy His meaning of despair is not the idea that oh they look happy but underneath they are really eating their hearts out The idea is much closer to the idea that they are simply in error Of course he does mean that despair is a kind of spiritual illness Just not one that necessarily makes you feel bad though of course it can It means that if you have those feelings of contentment and happiness in this life without agreeing about God and our relationship to him then you have essentially traded this life for eternity You are simply oblivious to the most profound dimension of human existence Here s the idea there s no argument about it If you are the pagan you won t find anything here to convince you except perhaps the attraction of the image he provides But it is based in a very noble notion of the eternal and the vast depths of the possibility of the human spirit Here is the idea that we are defined by what measures us and what measures us is GodOf course it can be confusing because at times he does speak of despair as a feeling like we commonly understand it to be Certainly he agrees that they can be related This is of course another of the very cool things about K that he can talk about pretty abstract things in terms of personal psycho spiritual experience Also the reverse as wellCertainly for me this read was personal about my own place And I think this is appropriate for as Kierkegaard says at the beginning he does mean this work to be edifying I take him to mean there personally relevant not simply meant as some abstract analysis Certainly I found his views very compelling

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  • Sygdommen til Døden
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  • 27 June 2020
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