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All of them were involved with the dialectical question of exactly “how” an individual, or group, or race changes from good to evil or evil to good. Although Kierkegaard does not emphasize the word, he thinks of man in terms of his creatureliness. If a person does not first make clear to himself the meaning of “self,” it is of no use to say of sin that it is selfishness.

It is already obvious here how secure this gain is, since in a profound sense it is so cunning that the more the world deceives, the more patience wins. Are these habits or sins? But what then does the nothing of anxiety signify more particularly in paganism. Therefore, when sin is explained by selfishness, one becomes entangled in indistinctness because, on the contrary, it is by sin and in sin that selfishness comes into being. Whoever learns to know his guilt only by analogy to judgments of the police court and the supreme court never really understands that he is guilty, for if a man is guilty, he is infinitely guilty.

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Walter Kaufmann discussed the existentialism of Sartre and Kierkegaard in his lecture Kierkegaard and the Crisis in Religion. But would I or could I nevertheless act in any other way than I have acted if the first is assumed to have begreber With regard to this, it is difficult for one person to understand another, because the earnest person always lays the begreebt on himself. For the topic of “anxiety”, see anxiety. In the power of the imagination, and possibility is its nourishment.

Kierkegaard observes that it was the prohibition itself not to eat of the tree of knowledge that gave birth to sin in Adam. Bgerebet the single individual interested in becoming a Christian can go forward toward a goal without continually looking over the shoulder. Both were “imaginative constructions” [22] created by Kierkegaard that dealt with hope brgrebet love. I thought it had only the power to make me unhappy within time but would have to release me the instant I exchange time for eternity and am where she is, for eternally she is continually with me.


Danish folklore was at this time also coming to the attention of pedagogs. The category I maintain should be kept in mind, repetition, by which eternity is entered forwards.

But what is it to keep awake? Should there not, ought there not, must there not, be fear and trembling sngest the last? He seeks to escape creatureliness either by pretending that he will not die or by assuming that there is no eternity.

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With the help of faith, anxiety brings up the individuality to rest in providence. The ability to recollect is the condition for all productivity. It is uncertainty in fear and trembling. Therefore be clear minded and self-controlled so that you can pray.

The others are external powers whereas his qngest is an internal power. This book includes a lengthy introduction. Kierkegaard is not concerned with what Eve’s sin was, he says it wasn’t sensuousness, [28] but he is concerned with how Eve learned that she was a sinner. He says ” consciousness presupposes itself. In the former, the two factors are psyche and body, and spirit is the third, yet in such a way that one can speak of a synthesis only when the spirit is posited.

During all this, his life comes to a standstill, as it angdst he cannot get the bevrebet firmly set, so that it stands firm, so that he is able to tear himself away angst this work and have his strength available to carry out the task. The English poet Christina Rossetti said the same thing in her poem Advent: This “existential” choice, he explains, involves a “leap of faith”. Man is a synthesis of psyche and bodybut he is also a synthesis of the temporal and the eternal.

Fate, then, hegrebet the nothing of anxiety. Fate may also signify exactly the opposite, because it is the unity of necessity and accidental. The Brothers Grimm were writing about the use of folktales as educational stories to keep individuals from falling into evil hands. Kierkegaard described the struggle elegantly. The single individual has a reality which fiction can never represent.


What makes man human? And what is faith but an empty fantasy, if it be not awake? Precisely in this lies the fundamental error of recent philosophy, that it wants to begin with the negative instead of the positive, which always is the first, in the same sense affirmatio [affirmation] is placed first in the declaration omnis affirmatio est nagatio [every affirmation is a negation ].

Now he gives up working in order to begin to deliberate all over again, now he works in instead of deliberating, now he pulls on the reins in the wrong way, now he wants to do both at the same time-and during all this he does not move from the spot.

Begrebet Angest – Piety on Kierkegaard

Should there then not remain uncertainty in fear and trembling until the last, I being what I am, and thou what thou art, I on earth, thou in heaven-a difference infinitely great-I a sinner, thou the Holy One? If a person no longer wishes to be productive, he needs merely to remember the same thing that recollecting he wanted to produce, and production is rendered impossible, or it will become so repulsive to him that the sooner he abandons it the better.

Isaac had expectations, but he didn’t have an easy time just because God made his choice for him. Then the war started and Dru was wounded and gave the job over to Lowrie. Anxiety informs us of our choices, our self-awareness and personal responsibility, and brings us from a state of un-self-conscious immediacy to self-conscious reflection. He asked the same question in Philosophical Fragments about how someone learns to become a Christian.

In actuality, no one ever sank so deep that he could not sink deeper, and there may be one or many who sank deeper. One demonstrates the existence of God by worship-not by demonstrations. Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms. Kierkegaard questioned Hegel and Schelling’s emphasis on the negative evil and aligned himself with Hebart’s emphasis on the positive good.