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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Sren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) was a philosopher, theologian, satirist, and world-historical individual. In THE SICKNESS UNTO DEATH Kierkegaard unflinchingly explores the problem of despair, thereby forging a sort of Christian psychology/philosophy of the subject. "Is despair an advantage or a drawback? Regarded in a purely dialectical way it is both. If one were to stick to the abstract notion of despair, without thinking of any concrete despairer, one might say that it is an immense advantage. The possibility of this sickness is man's advantage over the beast, and this advantage distinguishes him far more essentially than the erect posture, for it implies the infinite erectness or loftiness of being spirit. The possibility of this sickness is man's advantage over the beast; to be sharply observant of this sickness constitutes the Christian's advantage over the natural man; to be healed of this sickness is the Christian's bliss."Wiseblood Books is a publishing line particularly favorable toward works of fiction, poetry, and philosophy that render truths with what Flannery O'Connor called an unyielding "realism of distances." Such works find redemption in uncanny places and people; wrestle us from the tyranny of boredom; mock the pretensions of respectability; engage the hidden mysteries of the human heart, be they sources of either violence or courage; articulate faith and doubt in their incarnate complexity; dare an unflinching gaze at human beings as "political animals"; and suffer through this world's trials without forfeiting hope. We are wide-eyed for new epiphanies of truth. Visit us at www.wisebloodbooks.com. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) was a philosopher, theologian, satirist, and world-historical individual. In THE SICKNESS UNTO DEATH Kierkegaard unflinchingly explores the problem of despair, thereby forging a sort of Christian psychology/philosophy of the subject. "Is despair an advantage or a drawback? Regarded in a purely dialectical way it is both. If one were to stick to the abstract notion of despair, without thinking of any concrete despairer, one might say that it is an immense advantage. The possibility of this sickness is man?s advantage over the beast, and this advantage distinguishes him far more essentially than the erect posture, for it implies the infinite erectness or loftiness of being spirit. The possibility of this sickness is man?s advantage over the beast; to be sharply observant of this sickness constitutes the Christian?s advantage over the natural man; to be healed of this sickness is the Christian?s bliss." Wiseblood Books is a publishing line particularly favorable toward works of fiction, poetry, and philosophy that render truths with what Flannery O'Connor called an unyielding "realism of distances." Such works find redemption in uncanny places and people; wrestle us from the tyranny of boredom; mock the pretensions of respectability; engage the hidden mysteries of the human heart, be they sources of either violence or courage; articulate faith and doubt in their incarnate complexity; dare an unflinching gaze at human beings as "political animals"; and suffer through this world's trials without forfeiting hope. We are wide-eyed for new epiphanies of truth. Visit us at www.wisebloodbooks.com

Sinossi: Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) was a philosopher, theologian, satirist, and human being. In THE SICKNESS UNTO DEATH Kierkegaard unflinchingly explores the problem of despair, thereby forging a sort of Christian psychology/philosophy of the subject. FROM THE INTRODUCTION: Oh, but even if Christ had not awakened Lazarus from the dead, is it not true that this sickness, that death itself, was not a sickness unto death? When Christ comes to the grave and cries with a loud voice, "Lazarus, come forth? (11:43), it is evident enough that ?this? sickness is not unto death. But even if Christ had not said these words ? merely the fact that He, who is ?the resurrection and the life? (11:25), comes to the grave, is not this a sufficient sign that this sickness is not unto death, does not the fact that Christ exists mean that this sickness is not unto death? Wiseblood Books is a publishing line particularly favorable toward works of fiction, poetry, and philosophy that render truths with what Flannery O'Connor called an unyielding "realism of distances." Such works find redemption in uncanny places and people; wrestle us from the tyranny of boredom; mock the pretensions of respectability; engage the hidden mysteries of the human heart, be they sources of either violence or courage; articulate faith and doubt in their incarnate complexity; dare an unflinching gaze at human beings as "political animals"; and suffer through this world's trials without forfeiting hope. We are wide-eyed for new epiphanies of truth. Visit us at www.wisebloodbooks.com

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