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Shelves: non-fiction-stuff , philosophy-stuff "The Concept of Anxiety original title Begrebet Angest was first published in June Kierkegaard had just turned thirty-one. The modest edition of copies, half the number of the other pseudonymous works, was finally sold out eleven years later, whereupon a second edition of copies was ordered and published in August , just three months before Kierkegaard died at the age of forty-two. There will never not be a time in my "The Concept of Anxiety original title Begrebet Angest was first published in June There will never not be a time in my life when I will not need Kierkegaard.

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Shelves: non-fiction-stuff , philosophy-stuff "The Concept of Anxiety original title Begrebet Angest was first published in June Kierkegaard had just turned thirty-one. The modest edition of copies, half the number of the other pseudonymous works, was finally sold out eleven years later, whereupon a second edition of copies was ordered and published in August , just three months before Kierkegaard died at the age of forty-two.

There will never not be a time in my "The Concept of Anxiety original title Begrebet Angest was first published in June There will never not be a time in my life when I will not need Kierkegaard. That book deals with despair--this book deals with anxiety. The questions that this book is trying to answer is: What is anxiety? Where did it come from? How do we deal with it? If you are familiar with Kierkegaard then you know he gives no easy explanations to these and his answers may not be satisfactory to those of the atheistic faith.

But to show I am not totally difficult, I will post the paragraph that this work is mostly known here on Goodreads for: "Anxiety can be compared with dizziness. He whose eye happens to look down into the yawning abyss becomes dizzy. But what is the reason? It is just as much his own eye as the abyss, for suppose he had not looked down. It is in this way that anxiety is the dizziness of freedom that emerges when spirit wants to posit the synthesis, and freedom now looks down into its own possibility and then grabs hold of finiteness to support itself.

In this dizziness freedom subsides. While I definitely classify this book as philosophy, I will note that there is a sort of scientific-like examination that--while nothing like modern psychology--is not philosophical.

In the end, I definitely enjoyed this book and the message it gives to me. Even though he is mainly concerned with anxiety, he tackles so many other things in this book to get here.

Well, Kierkegaard is my favorite philosopher and I hope that I can somehow try to keep showing that through my own life. The attacks of anxiety, even though terrifying, will then not be such that he flees from them. Anxiety becomes for him a ministering spirit that leads him, against its will, where he will. Then, when it announces itself, when it disingenuously makes it look as though it has invented an altogether new instrument of torture, far more terrible than anything before, he does not draw back, and still less does he try to ward it off with noise and confusion, but bids it welcome, greets it solemnly, and like Socrates who raised the poisoned cup, he takes it in with him and says, as a patient would say to the surgeon, when the painful operation is about to begin: Now I am ready.

Then anxiety enters into his soul and searches out everything, and frightens the finite and petty out of him, and it then leads him where he will.

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He wrote about the ideal good versus the actual good that a single individual can do in the following way: "Ethics proposes to bring ideality into actuality. On the other hand, it is not the nature of its movement to raise actuality up into ideality. Ethics points to ideality as a task and assumes that every man possesses the requisite conditions. Thus ethics develops a contradiction, inasmuch as it makes clear both the difficulty and the impossibility.

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Literary Encyclopedia Begrebet angest If, however, according to the assumption of the discourse, it is true that in relation to God a person is not only always in the wrong but is always guilty and thus when he suffers also suffers as guilty-then no doubt within you provided you yourself will not sin again and no event outside you provided you yourself will not sin again by taking offense can displace the joy. Is the soul given to the chosen few or is it given as a free gift to all, without merit? He prefers to live either with life or with death but not with both. This book includes a lengthy introduction. Where is the third factor? In the prior state there can be no question about it.

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