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  • ...><ref name="Creegan">Creegan, Charles. {{cite web | title=Wittgenstein and Kierkegaard | work=Routledge| url=http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/ccreegan/wk/chapter1.h ...onal religious melancholy, Kierkegaard and his father shared a close bond. Kierkegaard learned to explore the realm of his imagination through a series of exercis
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  • ...AGES [[Image:Fear Trembling Cover.jpg|thumb|''Fear and Trembling'', one of Kierkegaard's most popular works.]] --> * (1843) ''[[Repetition (Kierkegaard)|Repetition]]'' (''Gjentagelsen'')
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  • *[http://www.stolaf.edu/collections/kierkegaard/newsletter/ Søren Kierkegaard Newsletter] edited by Gordon D. Marino ...rg/Society/Philosophy/Philosophers/K/Kierkegaard,_S%C3%B8ren/ Kierkegaard, Søren]
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  • * Kierkegaard, Søren. ''[[Either/Or]]'' * Kierkegaard, Søren. ''[[Fear and Trembling]]''
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  • ...) Danish theologian and [[Søren Kierkegaard]] scholar, author of ''Søren Kierkegaard: A Biography''.
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  • ...><ref name="Creegan">Creegan, Charles. {{cite web | title=Wittgenstein and Kierkegaard | work=Routledge| url=http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/ccreegan/wk/chapter1.h ...onal religious melancholy, Kierkegaard and his father shared a close bond. Kierkegaard learned to explore the realm of his imagination through a series of exercis
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  • ...enhagen]]. He has written several books on Kierkegaard including ''[[Soren Kierkegaard: A Biography]]''.
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  • *[http://www.stolaf.edu/collections/kierkegaard/newsletter/ Søren Kierkegaard Newsletter] edited by Gordon D. Marino ...rg/Society/Philosophy/Philosophers/K/Kierkegaard,_S%C3%B8ren/ Kierkegaard, Søren]
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  • ...of [[Xenophon]], [[Aristophanes]], and [[Plato]].<ref>[[Julia Watkin]], ''Kierkegaard'', Outstanding Christian Thinkers Series, London: Geoffrey Chapman, 1997, p ...tion of the man. Whereas Xenophon and Plato portrayed Socrates seriously, Kierkegaard felt that Aristophanes best understood the intricacies of socratic irony.
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  • * [http://www.sk.ku.dk/medpers.asp?id=29 Homepage at Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre]
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  • 1841 doctoral dissertation on [[Socrates|Socratic]] [[irony]] by [[Søren Kierkegaard]].
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  • ...Berkeley]], [[Immanuel Kant]], [[Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel]], [[Søren Kierkegaard]], [[John Stuart Mill]], [[Friedrich Nietzsche]], [[Bertrand Russell]], [[L ...erges in the form of the religious existentialism of writers like [[Søren Kierkegaard]] - see [[Christian existentialism]].
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  • Philosophical fiction written by Søren Kierkegaard, published in 1843, which presents two opposing views of the good life: the
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  • ...urope]] in the nineteenth century. His style is radical and, like [[Søren Kierkegaard]], his work is often considered foundational for [[Existentialism]] and inf Nietzsche, along with [[Søren Kierkegaard]] has been seen as one of the fathers of [[existentialism]].
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