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Sickness Unto Death

Soren Kierkegaard

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Kierkegaard tells us in the Preface that religious books should be:

For Christians, the "sickness unto death" is:

Kierkegaard compares Christian writers to which of these professionals?

In order to overcome despair, individuals must form a relationship with which of the following people or things?

A man who wants to become Caesar but fails is really in despair over which of the following?

Eliminating despair requires:

Despair becomes most intense when it is:

For Christians, despair is:

According to Kierkegaard, Socrates defined sin as which of the following:

Which of the following is the opposite of sin?

When considered rationally, Christianity's teachings are:

Sin may best be understood as which of the following?

The most intense sin is:

Which of the following is the solution to sin and despair?

When was "The Sickness Unto Death" first published?

What was Kierkegaard's native country?

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A human being is "a self which relates itself to itself" and which has been "established by another."

by anon_2223140179, January 10, 2015

A human being is "a self which relates itself to itself" and which has been "established by another."

This is so urgh... I get the feeling there is a hint of regressive logic here that is intentional. The inability to percieve oneself. I am having trouble framing these things coherently. SO FRUSTRATING

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