Those who would know Kierkegaard, the intesely religious humorist, the irrepressibly witty critic of his age and ours, can do no better than to begin with this book. [In it] we find the heart of Kierkagaard. It is not innocuous, not genteel, not comfortable. He does not invite the reader to realx and have a little laugh with him at the expense of other people or at his own foibles. Kierkegaard deliberately challenges the reader's whole existence.Nor does he merely challenge our existence; he also questions some ideas that ...

Present Age 1962, Harper Perennial, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780061300943

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