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100 1  Connell, George,|d1957- 
245 10 Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) Denmark|h[Hoopla electronic 
       resource] /|cGeorge Connell. 
246 3  Soren Kierkegaard Denmark (1813-1855) 
250    Unabridged. 
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       available through hoopla,|c2006. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (120 min.)) :|bdigital. 
490 1  Giants of philosophy 
490 1  Audio classics series 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Charlton Heston. 
520    For Kierkegaard, truth is a subjective reality which we 
       must live, not simply something to consider and discuss. 
       His self-consciousness and self-examination highlight the 
       practical demands of existence, and he opposes the 
       speculative thinking of philosophical idealists 
       (especially Hegel). Kierkegaard urges the reader to commit
       to make choices about how to live. In Either/Or, he 
       concentrates on sensual indulgence versus duty, the avant 
       garde versus tradition. Fear & Trembling dramatically 
       distinguishes between ethical and religious existence, 
       based on the biblical story of Abraham. We must choose to 
       be a "knight of infinite resignation" (giving up hope for 
       this life). Kierkegaard says much of life's meaning 
       depends not on external conditions, but on our internal 
       choices about relating to them. Kierkegaard urges us to 
       live with purpose, to see life as an intentional act 
       rather than a series of meaningless events. Our task is 
       not knowing but doing, not understanding but living. He 
       criticizes intellectualism and escapism in favor of 
       believing and committing. In Sickness Unto Death, 
       Kierkegaard diagnoses a spiritual disease throughout 
       society: despair. We are estranged from the source of our 
       very being as we try to escape the moral responsibility of
       the self. We must decide whether or not to embrace faith 
       in "paradoxical religion," even if its teachings offend 
       our reason. 
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600 10 Kierkegaard, Søren,|d1813-1855. 
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