At nine Knut was separated from his family and lived with his uncle Hans Olsen, who needed help with the post office he ran. Olsen used to beat and starve his nephew, and Hamsun later stated that his chronic nervous difficulties were due to the way his uncle treated him.
Here again Kierkegaard underscores the necessity of approaching truth subjectively, not by denying objective truth, but by asserting that objective truth can only be known and appropriated subjectively.
The word "Concluding" has a two-fold meaning, since it refers both to the conclusion of the material first presented in Philosophical Fragments, and it was to be the conclusion of Kierkegaard's writing career, though in later years he would describe it as a turning point.
Hong points out, there is irony in calling this work a postscript to another work, when this is five times the size of the former. The term "unscientific" requires an explanation. Science refers to learning in general.
Concerning existence itself, there can be no teacher except God. Samlede essays a consequence, the work is not systematic. The Corsair Affair This short period covers Denmark's most dramatic and well-known literary conflict of which Kierkegaard was the focus.
The Corsair was a weekly satirical paper, which lampooned people of repute, and was itself considered disreputable, though it was read surreptitiously by many.
Although Kierkegaard contributed only two articles to the conflict, the attack leveled against him was sustained for months. The Activity of a Traveling Esthetician Abstract This was the second of three literary battles that Kierkegaard engage in during his lifetime. Denmark's most dramatic and well-known literary conflict focussed on the very person of Kierkegaard.
This article, published in The Samlede essays, was the first of two articles attacking P. The former had carelessly and negatively critiqued Kierkegaard's Stages on Life's Way.
Commentary Dialectical Result of a Literary Police Action Abstract In this second of two articles that he wrote, Kierkegaard again attacks the corrupt paper and its function as a gossip rag. He taunts the editor by asking, "May I ask to be abused—the personal injury of being immortalized by The Corsair is just too much".
The Corsair took him up on his offer with a sustained and personal attack, which caused Kierkegaard much grief. A Prelude to The Second Authorship After the contrived end of his writing career inKierkegaard began writing again later that same year.
During this period he primarily took to writing shorter works and articles, except for the lengthy Works of Love. Though most of these works were not indirect pseudonymousthey precede the spiritual re-awakening of Out of this review Kierkegaard launches into a polemic, alleging that his age is merely reflective, that is, that it lacks passion.
Part of this work has appeared in English as The Present Age. The Kierkegaard scholar Eduard Geismar, speaking of Purity of Heart, said, "I am of the opinion that nothing of what he has written is to such a degree before the face of God.
Anyone who really wants to understand Kierkegaard does well to begin with it. Kierkegaard displays insight into Biblical themes and exhibits poetic artistry in this work, which has been compared to "Purity of Heart Is To Will One Thing" in devotional substance.
Kierkegaard emphasizes the works of love for at least two reasons. First, love is indescribable, since "God is love" and God is unfathomable. Second, he is concerned with the manifestations of love in the Christian life.
Though he agrees with Luther that works do not earn us salvation he asserts that works, grounded in love, are a necessary outpouring of the life of a Christian. Direct Communication In Kierkegaard underwent a spiritual re-awakening, calling "the richest and most fruitful year I have experienced as an author".
During this entire period Kierkegaard wrote either under his own name, or, when using a pseudonym, listed himself as editor.
His use of pseudonyms was no longer designed to mask his authorship or to situate the works under a philosophical rubric, but rather to show his own personal inadequacy to attain the perfection of the Christian ideal. This period is sometimes called Kierkegaard's "second authorship".
Christian Discourses Abstract In Kierkegaard realized that his sins had been forgotten by God as well as forgiven. This experience inspired these devotional and beautiful discourses. Although Kierkegaard is most noted as an existentialist philosopher, these works abound with a poetic heart.
His phrases are beautiful and full of wonderful similes. This work is the fruit of the inspired year ofand shows Kierkegaard at his liquid best. Walter Lowrie said, "The third section is the first example of the polemic against self-satisfied Christianity which was to dominate Kierkegaard's late writings.
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