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By Søren Kierkegaard

An outstanding translation of 2 of Kierkegaard's top works.

The definitive version of the Writings. the 1st quantity . . . exhibits the scholarly worth of the total sequence: an creation atmosphere the paintings within the context of Kierkegaard's improvement; a remarkably transparent translation; and concluding sections of clever notes. -- Library magazine

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Erdmann, whose use of Experiment Kierkegaard had noted earlier. "57 "Psychology," however, seems to have meant something more to Kierkegaard than philosophical anthropology, a view of man and its implications for a life-view, particularly when the word was used together with Experiment and experimenterende. 58 What is developed under (c) [Pap. IV B 117, pp. 28182] was what I wanted to set forth in Repetition, but not in a scientific-scholarly way, still less in a scientific-schol56 P. 10. The same terminology is found in Karl Rosenkranz, Psychologie oder die Wissenschaft vom subjectiven Geist (Königsberg: 1837; ASKB 744), a work cited three times in The Concept of Anxiety.

The remainder of the review consists of an analysis of the two works (plus a comparison with Either/Or and an allusion to Philosophical Fragments and The Concept of Anxiety), regarding each as part of a comprehensive view [Totalanskuelse]107 and contrasting all of the works mentioned with Hegelian systematic continuity. The insightful and comprehensive character of this review and the terminology used in it may lead a later reader to compare it with "A Glance at a Contemporary Effort in Danish Literature," a section interpolated in Concluding Unscientific Postscript.

X6 B 78-81). " Just as Theophilus Nicolaus's critique of Fear and Trembling was the occasion for some discussions of "the absurd," so also J. L. 112 Heiberg had not misunderstood, but, having understood the obvious aspects, he had missed the prime concept of repetition. This is apparent in his quotations from Repetition,113 which stop short of the key sentence that epitomizes the range and crucial aspect of repetition,114 and in his discussions centering largely on cyclical repetitions in nature.

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