Essays on Kierkegaard

A Belief In The Importance Of Ethics In Kierkegaard’s Doctrine

Kierkegaard’s doctrine shows a belief in the importance of ethics, but more importantly, the belief that man can transcend morality and take a ‘leap of faith’ into a different stage of human life. Kierkegaard proposes three stages of human life, the aesthetic, the ethical, and the religious. Man transitions into the religious stage when the...
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Views On Christianity In Kierkegaard's Philosophy

Views on religion differ greatly in this world, especially in the realm of philosophy. Despite the differences that come with religion, each of them begins in a similar place. This place is the nothingness that once existed, before any person or thing was created. Soren Kierkegaard was an author who altered his writings from philosophical...
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