Sickness Unto Death
A Christian Psychological Exposition of Edification & Awakening by Anti-CLI
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One of the most remarkable philosophical works of the nineteenth century, famed for the depth and acuity of its modern psychological insights
Writing under the pseudonym Anti-Climacus, Kierkegaard explores the concept of "despair," alerting readers to the diversity of ways in which they may be described as living in this state of bleak abandonment--including some that may seem just the opposite--and offering a much-discussed formula for the eradication of despair. With its penetrating account of the self, this late work by Kierkegaard was hugely influential upon twentieth-century philosophers including Karl Jaspers, Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus. The Sickness unto Death can be regarded as one of the key works of theistic existentialist thought--a brilliant and revelatory answer to one man's struggle to fill the spiritual void.
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