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The first new translation of Kierkegaard's masterwork in a generation brings to vivid life this essential work of modern philosophy.
Brilliantly synthesizing human insights with Christian dogma, Soren Kierkegaard presented, in 1844, The Concept of Anxiety as a landmark "psychological deliberation," suggesting that our only hope in overcoming anxiety was not through "powder and pills" but by embracing it with open arms. While Kierkegaard's Danish prose is surprisingly rich, previous translations—the most recent in 1980—have marginalized the work with alternately florid or slavishly wooden language. With a vibrancy never seen before in English, Alastair Hannay, the world's foremost Kierkegaard scholar, has finally re-created its natural rhythm, eager that this overlooked classic will be revivified as the seminal work of existentialism and moral psychology that it is.
From The Concept of Anxiety:
"And no Grand Inquisitor has such frightful torments in readiness as has anxiety, and no secret agent knows as cunningly how to attack the suspect in his weakest moment, or to make so seductive the trap in which he will be snared; and no discerning judge understands how to examine, yes, exanimate the accused as does anxiety, which never lets him go, not in diversion, not in noise, not at work, not by day, not by night."
The Soren Kierkegaard Collection features:
Fear and Trembling
Purity of Heart Is to Will One Thing
The Sickness Unto Death
«realidad de la libertad en cuanto posibilidad», la angustia es «el vértigo de la libertad» y al mismo tiempo un medio de salvación que conduce a la fe, a la verdad que años antes de escribir este libro el autor, en su diario íntimo, confesaba buscar como sentido definitivo de su existencia: «Es preciso encontrar una verdad, y la verdad es para mí hallar la idea por la que esté dispuesto a vivir y morir».
Kierkegaard's infamous and hugely influential philosophical work on faith, choice and sacrifice
In Fear and Trembling Kierkegaard, writing under the pseudonym Johannes de silentio, expounds his personal view of religion through the scene in Genesis in which Abraham prepares to kill his son at God's command. Kierkegaard believed Abraham's unreserved obedience to be the essential leap of faith needed to make a full commitment to his religion. The conviction shown in this polemic - that an individual can have an exceptional mission in life - informed all his later writings, and was also hugely influential for both Protestant theology and the existentialist movement.
Translated with an Introduction by Alastair Hannay