The Living Thoughts Of Kierkegaard
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The Living Thoughts Of Kierkegaard

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Translated from the Danish by Walter Lowrie, David Swenson, and Alexander Dru The Danish philosopher Kierkegaard is one of the master thinkers of the modern age, a defining influence on existentialism and on twentieth-century theology, and this brilliantly tailored selection from his vast and varied writings--made by the great English poet W.H Auden--is a perfect introduction to his work. Auden's inspired and incisive response to a thinker who had done much to shape his own beliefs is a fundamental reading of an author whose spirit remains as radical as ever more than 150 years after he wrote.show more

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  • Paperback | 280 pages
  • 126 x 202 x 22mm | 281.23g
  • The New York Review of Books, Inc
  • NYRB Classics
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Main
  • 0940322137
  • 9780940322134
  • 174,015

About Sören Kierkegaard

Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) was born and lived in Copenhagen. His many works of philosophy and theology, including Either/Or, Fear and Trembling, and The Sickness Unto Death, have exercised a profound influence on modern thought. W.H. Auden (1907--1973) was born in North Yorkshire, England, the son of a doctor. He studied at Oxford and published his first book, Poems, in 1930, immediately establishing himself as one of the outstanding voices of his generation. Auden emigrated to New York in 1939, where he became a US citizen and converted to Anglicanism. He wrote essays, critical studies, plays, and opera librettos for such composers as Benjamin Britten, Igor Stravinsky, and Hans Werner Henze, as well as the poems for which he is most famous.show more

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